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A sermon preached at the parish church of Wolsingham, in the bishoprick of Durham, on the 6th of February, 1756, being the day appointed by his Majesty for a general fast, on account of the dreadful earthquake at Lisbon, Nov.1.1755. By William Nowell, M. A. Rector of that parish, and Chaplain to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales.

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Newcastle : printed by I. Thompson and Company, for J. Richardson, bookseller at Durham; and sold by Mess. Innys and Richardson in Pater-Noster-Row; Mr. Hodges on London-Bridge; Mr Brotherton, at the Royal Exchange, London; by Mr Charnley, Mr Akenhead, and Mr Barber, in Newcastle; Mr Akenhead in Sunderland; Mr Chapman at Wolsingham; Mr Thorn at Darlington; Mr Bell at Stockton; Mr Ashburner at Kendal; and Mr Hodgson, at Carlisle, booksellers, MDCCLVI [1756] Great Britain England Newcastle upon Tyne.

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