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100 1  Lord, Benjamin,|d1694-1784 
245 10 Christ's embassadors furnished with his own means and 
       arguments, to persuade men to be reconciled to God.
       |h[electronic resource] :|bA sermon, delivered at the 
       ordination of the Reverend Mr. Levi Hart, at Preston, N. 
       Society, November 4. 1762. With the charge then given him.
       By Benjamin Lord, A.M. and Pastor of a church in Norwich. 
       Also, the right hand of fellowship, given by the Reverend 
       Mr. Fish, of Stonington. Published at the general desire 
       of the people 
260    Providence, in New-England :|bPrinted and sold by William 
       Goddard,|cM,DCC,LXIII. [1763] 
300    [2],44p. ;|c8⁰ 
500    Half-title: Mr. Lord's sermon at the ordination of Mr. 
       Hart, at Preston 
500    Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library 
509    Signatures: [A]⁴ B-E⁴ F⁴(-F4) 
510 4  Evans,|c9418 
510 4  Alden, J.E. Rhode Island,|c280 
510    English Short Title Catalog,|cW37784 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bFarmington Hills, Mich. :
       |cCengage Gale,|d2009.|nAvailable via the World Wide Web.
       |nAccess limited by licensing agreements.|7s2009    miunns
600 10 Hart, Levi,|d1738-1808 
655  7 Ordination sermons|y1762.|2rbgenr 
700 1  Fish, Joseph,|d1706-1781.|4aut 
700 1  Fish, Joseph,|d1706-1781 
700 1  Goddard, William,|d1740-1817,|eprinter 
710 2  North Society (Griswald, Conn.)|4aut 
710 2  North Society (Griswold, Conn. : Town) 
752    United States|bRhode Island|dProvidence 
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