By the Lord Lieutenant and Council. Clarendon.
Whereas not only the pious Christian emperors in ancient times, but also of late his Majesties own most religious precedessors, Kings of this realm, did cause the days on which they began their several reigns, to be publickly celebrated every year ... with solemn prayers and thanksgiving to almighty God. ...
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1685-1687 : Clarendon)|
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Dublin : printed by Benjamin Tooke, printer to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and are to be sold by Andrew Crook, at His majesties printing-house on Ormonde-Key, and Samuel Helsham, at the Colledge-Arms in Castle-street, 1685 [i.e. 1686]
A form of prayer for Accession Day having been drawn up ... the same form is to be reprinted and used in Ireland. -- Steele.
Title from caption and opening words of text.
Date are given according to Lady Day dating.
At end of text: Given at the Council-Chamber in Dublin the twenty seventh day of January 1685.
Physical description: 2 sheets (versos blank) ; 1o.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), I850
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