A sermon preached by Mr. Robert Atkins, the xxx January MDCLX, [January 1660 or after].

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Atkins, Robert. A sermon preached by Mr. Robert Atkins, the xxx January MDCLX, [January 1660 or after].

A sermon preached by Mr. Robert Atkins, the xxx January MDCLX, [January 1660 or after].

Manuscript on paper, in a decorated semi-gothic script, of a sermon based on Ezekiel 9:4 condemning the execution of Charles I. The author declares that "the spetiall worke of the day is to lament and bewaile the hored, sad, unheard of, unparaleld murder of our late soveraign," and comments that "I may truely lay it that those late murderers were araighned and tryed and judged and condemned with fare more tendernese then was shewed to his sacred Maiesty."

1 v. (58 p.) ; 14 x 8 cm.

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