A sermon composed on a sudden and preached at Cherlbury in the county of Oxon, April the 16th, 1696 Upon the occasion of the thanksgiving for the happy deliverance of His Majesty, from the intended barbarous assassination of his royal person, and the subverting the government of these kingdoms, by papists, and other worse tools of popery. Now published to please the request of some, and gratifie the censure of others. By John Swanne, a presbyter of the Church of England, and a true lover both of it, and his country.
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