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The power and efficacy of the prayers of the people of God, when rightly offered to him; and the obligation and encouragement thence arising to be much in prayer. A sermon preach'd at Mansfield, Aug. 4. 1741. At a time set apart for prayer for the revival of religion; an on the behalf of Mrs. Eunice, the daughter of the Reverend Mr. John Williams, (formerly pastor of Deerfield) who was then on a visit there, from Canada; where she has been in a long captivity. By Solomon Williams, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Lebanon. Published at the desire, and expence of many that heard it.

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Power and efficacy of the prayers of the people of God
Half-title: Mr. William's sermon on a day of prayer, August 4th 1741


Boston : printed by S. Kneeland and T. Green, in Queenstreet, 1742.

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[2], 28 p. ; 80.

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ESTC W27769
Evans, 5094

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