The crisis, or an alarm to Britannia's true Protestant sons. In two parts, with an appendix to each of them. Containing. Among a Variety of other Things, An Address to King George. -To the Unbelieving Jews. -To our reverend Fathers the Bishops. -To our worthy Representatives. - To the licentious Writers of the public Papers. With a Prefatory Address to the two respectable Bodies, the Citizens and Merchants of London. By a disinterested, independent, and truly Protestant Briton.
The glory of children in their fathers. A sermon Preach'd in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul London, before the Sons of the Clergy, December the 3d 1702. By White Kennett, D. D. Arch-Deacon of Huntingdon, and Minister of St. Botolph Aldgate. Publisht at Request of the Stewards. With an Abstract of the Royal Charter Erecting a Corporation for Relief of the Poor Widows and Children of Clergy-Men; and an Accompt of the Charities annually Dispos'd to those Pious Uses.
- Kennett, White, 1660-1728.