Common safety the cause and foundation of human society; or An examination of the rights of individuals to personal security, and how far those rights may extend to the altering, dissolving, or forsaking any government, that shall cherish murderers. [electronic resource] : An anniversary sermon, preached in the Parish Church of St. Mary, Newington-Butts, in Surry; on Whitsunday, 1769; being the sequel to that occasioned by the murder of Mr. William Allen the younger, on the bloody 10th of May, 1768; and published at the request of his friends as a remembrancer, to prevent the consideration of political murder. / By John Free, D.D. ; Vicar of East Coker, in Somersetshire; Sir John Lemons Lecturer of St. Mary-Hill, London; and lecturer of Newington-Butts.
- Other Title:
- Common safety the cause and foundation of human society.
- [Boston] : London: printed. Boston: re-printed for J. Greenleaf, and sold at the new printing-office, in Hanover-Street., 1773.
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 12773.
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- Allen, William, the Younger, d. 1768.
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- Anniversary sermons -- 1769.
- Place of Publication:
- United States Massachusetts Boston.
- Half-title: An anniversary sermon, preached on Whitsunday, 1769; being the sequel to that occasioned by the murder of Mr. William Allen the younger, on the bloody tenth of May, 1768.
Caption title: An anniversary sermon, for the tenth of May, 1769; against political murder.
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