The Englishman's duty to contend for his birthright

Publication Date1795
RemainderA sermon, preached at the chapel, in Gee-Street, Goswell-Street, November 4th. 1795. Being the anniversary of the glorious revolution, 1688. By the Rev. William Holland, Minister of that Chapel, and Master of the Academy there. Taken in short hand by Job Sibly.
Extent18,[2]p.
LocationLondon]
PublisherPrinted for and sold by J. Burks, No. 74, Sun-Street, Bishopsgate; J. Smith, Portsmouth-Street, Lincoln-Inn Field; D. I. Eaton; No. 74, Newgate-Street; Lee, 444, Strand; T. Spence, Turn-Stile; A. Serle, No. 11, Cumberland Street, Middlesex, Hospital; F. Place, No. 13, Back of St. Clement; T. G. Ballard, No. 3 Bedford Court, Covent Garden; F. Ward, No. 41, Dean Street Westminster; and J. Baker, No. 30, Sutton-Street, Crown-Street, Soho

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