Mayhew, Jonathan, 1720-1766.
Two discourses delivered October 25th. 1759. : Being the day appointed by authority to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving, for the success of His Majesty's arms, more particularly in the reduction of Quebec, the capital of Canada. : With an appendix, containing a brief account of two former expeditions against that city and country, which proved unsuccessful. / By Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. Pastor of the West Church in Boston.
Boston; New-England: : Printed and sold by Richard Draper, in Newbury-Street; Edes & Gill, in Queen-Street; and Thomas & John Fleet, in Cornhill., 1759.
BEIN College Pamphlets 1162 7: Imperfect: p. [1]-[2] (half-title) wanting. From the collection of George Brinley. No. 7 of 9 works bound together.
Caption titles: Discourse I. Of the great things which God hath done for us; Discourse II. What great cause we have for gladness and rejoicing.
Signatures: A-E? (E8 verso blank).
Evans 8417
Appendix: p. [13] at end.
Québec Campaign, 1759.
Québec Expedition, 1690.
Québec Expedition, 1711.
United States -- History -- French and Indian War, 1755-1763 -- Sermond.
Thanksgiving sermons -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- 1759. rbgenr
Massachusetts. Boston. 1759.
Amer tracts -- 1759.
Draper, Richard, 1727-1774, printer.
Edes, Benjamin, 1732-1803, printer.
Gill, John, 1732-1785, printer.
Fleet, Thomas, 1732-1797, printer.
Fleet, John, 1734-1806, printer.
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