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Author: Sadler, Anthony, b. 1610.
Title: Mercy in a miracle shewing, the deliverance, and the duty, of the king, and the people: In a sermon preached at Mitcham in Surry, June 28. 1660 in a solemne congratulation for the restoration of his Majesty to his royal throne. By Anthonie Sadler, late chaplain, to the right honourable Leticia, Lady Pagett, Dowager, deceased.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mercy in a miracle shewing, the deliverance, and the duty, of the king, and the people: In a sermon preached at Mitcham in Surry, June 28. 1660 in a solemne congratulation for the restoration of his Majesty to his royal throne. By Anthonie Sadler, late chaplain, to the right honourable Leticia, Lady Pagett, Dowager, deceased.
Sadler, Anthony, b. 1610., Vaughan, Robert C., engraver.

London: printed by T.C. for L. Sadler, 1660.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92958.0001.001

Contents
The AUTHOR ON His FRONTISPIECE.
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TO THE KING HIS Most Excellent MAJESTY.
MERCY in a MIRACLE. St. MATTHEW, 8. 25. Lord save us, we Perish.
FIRST, It is sad Naturally.
SECONDLY, It is sad Ʋniversally.
THIRDLY, It is sad Continually.
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SECONDLY. With Affliction there is Honour.
THIRDLY, In Affliction there is Comfort.
LASTLY, For Affliction, there is Hope.