Gods doings, and mans duty, opened in a sermon preached before both Houses of Parliament, the Lord Maior and aldermen of the city of London, and the Assembly of Divines; at the last thansgiving [sic] day, April 2. For the recovery of the west, and disbanding 5000 of the Kings horse, &c. 1645. Quadragesimus hic quintus mirabilis annus Ang. Hyb. Sco. requiem det Deus ut pariat. This fourty-fifth great yeer, of wondrous worth, Lord grant it may Great Brittain's peace bring forth.

Hugh Peters London : Printed by R. Raworth for G. Calvert, at the sign of the black Spred-Eagle, at the west-end of Paul., 1646

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