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The Resource The cry of oppression where judgment is looked for, and the sore calamities such a people may expect from a righteous God : illustrated in two discourses from Isaiah V. vii. on January 28. 1747,48: which was set apart by the government for fasting and prayer, in consideration of the remarkable judgments of God upon the land: and more especially the destruction of the court-house by fire the 9th of December last. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Publish'd at the desire of a great number of the hearers. [Seven lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)

The cry of oppression where judgment is looked for, and the sore calamities such a people may expect from a righteous God : illustrated in two discourses from Isaiah V. vii. on January 28. 1747,48: which was set apart by the government for fasting and prayer, in consideration of the remarkable judgments of God upon the land: and more especially the destruction of the court-house by fire the 9th of December last. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Publish'd at the desire of a great number of the hearers. [Seven lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)

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The cry of oppression where judgment is looked for, and the sore calamities such a people may expect from a righteous God : illustrated in two discourses from Isaiah V. vii. on January 28. 1747,48: which was set apart by the government for fasting and prayer, in consideration of the remarkable judgments of God upon the land: and more especially the destruction of the court-house by fire the 9th of December last. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Publish'd at the desire of a great number of the hearers. [Seven lines from Isaiah]
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The cry of oppression where judgment is looked for, and the sore calamities such a people may expect from a righteous God
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illustrated in two discourses from Isaiah V. vii. on January 28. 1747,48: which was set apart by the government for fasting and prayer, in consideration of the remarkable judgments of God upon the land: and more especially the destruction of the court-house by fire the 9th of December last. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Publish'd at the desire of a great number of the hearers. [Seven lines from Isaiah]
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eng
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  • 6090
  • W37641
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  • Evans
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1693-1784
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Appleton, Nathaniel
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  • 1702-1762
  • approximately 1693-1765
  • 1693-1784
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  • Draper, John
  • Wigglesworth, Edward
  • Appleton, Nathaniel
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The cry of oppression where judgment is looked for, and the sore calamities such a people may expect from a righteous God : illustrated in two discourses from Isaiah V. vii. on January 28. 1747,48: which was set apart by the government for fasting and prayer, in consideration of the remarkable judgments of God upon the land: and more especially the destruction of the court-house by fire the 9th of December last. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Publish'd at the desire of a great number of the hearers. [Seven lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Half-title: Mr. Appleton's fast sermons, on January 28. 1747,8
  • Errata note, p. 51
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-F4 G2 (G2 verso blank)
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ESTCW37641
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80
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51,[1]p.
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electronic
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The cry of oppression where judgment is looked for, and the sore calamities such a people may expect from a righteous God : illustrated in two discourses from Isaiah V. vii. on January 28. 1747,48: which was set apart by the government for fasting and prayer, in consideration of the remarkable judgments of God upon the land: and more especially the destruction of the court-house by fire the 9th of December last. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Publish'd at the desire of a great number of the hearers. [Seven lines from Isaiah], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Half-title: Mr. Appleton's fast sermons, on January 28. 1747,8
  • Errata note, p. 51
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-F4 G2 (G2 verso blank)
Control code
ESTCW37641
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
51,[1]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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