A funeral sermon on the death of Dinah Johnson, an eminent Quaker, that dy'd for love of a merchant's son in Lime-street, held forth at the Bull and Mouth meeting-house, on Tuesday, October 11. 1709

Publication Date1709
RemainderThe text. And the time drew nigh, that she should die. By G. Whiteheed
Publisherprinted for J. Bagnall near Fleet-street


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