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Hazeland, William, 1700 or 01-1763
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The conclusions of atheists and superstitious persons from public calamities examined, in a sermon, preached on the 6th of February, 1756, being the day appointed for a general fast on account of the late earthquakes, &c. By William Hazeland,
Hazeland, William, 1700 or 01-1763
London : printed for J. Beecroft, 1756
1756
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A sermon preached in the chapel of the Asylum, near Westminster-bridge on the Sunday before Christmas-day, 1760. By William Hazeland, ...
Hazeland, William, 1700 or 01-1763
London : printed for J. Beecroft, 1761
1761
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A view of the manner in which trade and civil liberty support each other. Being one of the two dissertations on that subject, which obtained the prizes at Cambridge, in the year MDCCLV. Then first instituted by the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Townshend. Read before the university, on Friday the 27th of June. By William Hazeland, M.A. schoolmaster at Tottenham-Highcross in Middlesex
Hazeland, William, 1700 or 01-1763
London : Printed for John Beecroft at the Bible and Crown in Pater-noster-row, MDCCLVI. [1756]
1756
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