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A discourse concerning unlimited submission and non-resistance to the higher powers; with some reflections on the resistance made to King Charles I. and on the anniversary of his death: in which the mysterious doctrine of the Princes' saintship and martyrdom is unriddled: the substance of which was delivered in a sermon preached in the West Meeting-House in Boston the Lord's-day after the 30th of January, 1749/50 ...

A discourse concerning unlimited submission and non-resistance to the higher powers; with some reflections on the resistance made to King Charles I. and on the anniversary of his death: in which the mysterious doctrine of the Princes' saintship and martyrdom is unriddled: the substance of which was delivered in a sermon preached in the West Meeting-House in Boston the Lord's-day after the 30th of January, 1749/50 ...

 
 
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"Published at the request of the hearers."
Evans 6549
ESTC W30792
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
LC copy: handwritten on leaf 3, "161. Mayhew on Charles I. Non-resistance, 1750."
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01/01/1750
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Mayhew, Jonathan, 1720-1766.
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
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