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TitleSermon on Isaiah 41:25
ShelfmarkAdd MS 22581
Creation Dateca. 1700 - 1715
RepositoryBritish Library
Contents Note"A SERMON, proveing the authority of his præsent Maiesty King George to be divine, and perswading sincere obedience to him as the best of Kings: dedicated to his Grace John Duke of Marlbrough and Prince of Mindlheim, a wise Counsellor, a faithfull Subiect and a victorious Generall, by Michael Doughty, Vicar of Barrow [-upon-Humber] in the County of Lincoln." The dedications to the Duke and the King are in Latin. 18th century.
Material FeaturesPaper; small quarto.
Associated Peoplededicatee - Churchill, Johnpreacher - Doughty, Michaelsubject of sermon - Ludwig (Lewis), Georg (George)
ProvenanceOn a deed that formed the original cover, Dr. Bliss has written "Of the author of this very curious sermon I have hitherto discovered no trace, either in Oxford or among the graduates at Cambridge."
AcquisitionManuscripts from the library of the Rev. Philip Bliss, D.C.L., Principal of St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, etc.
Source of DataJeanne Shami
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GEMMS record createdJanuary 03, 2019
GEMMS record last editedMay 03, 2019