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The necessity of religion in societies; and its serviceableness to promote the due and successful exercise of government in them: asserted and shewed. A sermon preach'd before the General-Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, May 14. 1713. By John Bulkley, A.M. Pastor of the church in Colchester. Publish'd by order of authority.
- Bulkley, John, 1679-1731.
King Louis XIV receives an enema while sitting on a globe of the earth, thus besmearing it with ordure; around him, chaos reigns; symbolising the events following the Protestant rebellions of 1674 including the flight of the royal family from England in 1689. Engraving by R. de Hooghe, c. 1689.
- Hooghe, Romeyn de, 1645-1708.