Thomas Burton papers, 1707-1731.

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Burton, Thomas, 1662-1731. Thomas Burton papers, 1707-1731.

Thomas Burton papers, 1707-1731.

Writings and sermons of Thomas Burton (1662-1731), Vicar of Halifax, England, from 1712 until his death in 1731. Seven volumes containing approximately ninety sermons preached from 1707-1731; and two volumes entitled "An Exposition of the Church Catechism, for the Instruction of the Youth of Halifax Parish in the Diocese of York." Sermons were given on national occasions, such as the 1713 thanksgiving for peace sermon, the 1714 martyrdom of King Charles I, one on the thanksgiving for deliverance from Gunpowder Treason, the 1714 King's Accession, and various Saint's Days.

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