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Author: Towers, William, 1617?-1666.
Title: A thanksgiving sermon. For the blessed restauration of his sacred Majesty Charles the II.: Preach'd at Upton before Sir Richard Samwel, knight, May 29. 1660. By William Towers Batchelor in Divinity; eighteen years titular prebendary of Peterburgh; sixteen, titular parson of Barnake. Now (by the friendly favor of Mr. Reynolds) continued curate at Upton in the diocess of Peterburgh. With a short apostrophe to the King.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A thanksgiving sermon. For the blessed restauration of his sacred Majesty Charles the II.: Preach'd at Upton before Sir Richard Samwel, knight, May 29. 1660. By William Towers Batchelor in Divinity; eighteen years titular prebendary of Peterburgh; sixteen, titular parson of Barnake. Now (by the friendly favor of Mr. Reynolds) continued curate at Upton in the diocess of Peterburgh. With a short apostrophe to the King.
Towers, William, 1617?-1666.

London: printed by R.D. for Thomas Rooks, at the Holy Lamb at the East end of S. Paul's, 1660.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
Charles -- King of England, -- 1630-1685
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94769.0001.001

Contents
title page
To His most Sacred Majesty, Charles the II. By the special Grace of God, KING of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
sermon
To void the First.
Livor post Fata Quiescit.
Non est tam similis Issae nec Ipsa,
Res severa est Ʋerum Gaudium.
Apostrophe To the King.