fast-sermon, preached to the lords in the high-courtof parliament assembled

on the day of solemn humiliation for the continuing pestilence, Octob. 3. 1666. by Hall, George Bp. of Chester

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A fast-sermon, preached to the Lords in the High-Court of Parliament assembled on the day of solemn humiliation for the continuing pestilence, Octob. 3, and by their order published by George, Lord Bishop of Chester.

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