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A discourse delivered at New-Ark, in New-Jersey. January 1, 1755. Being a day set apart for solemn fasting and prayer, on account of the late encroachments of the French, and their designs against the British colonies in America. By Aaron Burr, A.M. President of the College of New-Jersey. [Four lines of Scripture texts]

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New-York : Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, at the printing office in Queen-Street, between Fly and Meal-Market, M,DCCLV. (Price, one shilling, and three coppers.), [1755]

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[2],iv,5-41,[1]p. ; 40.

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ESTC W20152
Evans, 7373
Sabin, 9419

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Microfiche. Woodbridge, Ct. Research Publications International ; Louisville, Ky. : Lost Cause Press, 198?. 2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. (Selected Americana from Sabin's Dictionary of books relating to America ; fiches A-39,033-39,034). s198? ctu b
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