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The tinklarian Doctor's funeral sermon, which is preached for kings and rulers, to make haste and to ding down Babylon. It is also for disabling the hired Clergy from preaching the Devils. Gospel. They are a far greater Palgue than Provost Wilson was, because she hath made all Nations drink of the Wine of the Wrath of her Fornication. This Sermon is also for the Condemnation of those Locusts that have read the evil Act, in their Pulpits. He that hath an Ear to hear it, let him hear it because the like of it was never hear'd. Written in the sixty seventh year of his age, 1737.
- Mitchel, William, 1670 or 1671-1740.