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Author: Hancock, John, 1671-1752.
Title: Rulers should be benefactors. As it was consider'd in a sermon preach'd before His Excellency Samuel Shute Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 30th. 1722. Being the day for election of counsellors. / By John Hancock, M.A. and Pastor of the Church of Christ in Lexington.
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Print source: Rulers should be benefactors. As it was consider'd in a sermon preach'd before His Excellency Samuel Shute Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, May 30th. 1722. Being the day for election of counsellors. / By John Hancock, M.A. and Pastor of the Church of Christ in Lexington.
Hancock, John, 1671-1752., Massachusetts. General Court.

Boston in N.E.: Printed by B. Green, printer to His Excellency the governor & Council., 1722.
Subject terms:
Political ethics.
Election sermons -- Massachusetts -- 1722.
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