England's warning-piece; [electronic resource] : shewing the supreme and indispensable authority of the laws of God; and the impiety, and fatal consequences of screening, and abetting murder. A sermon occasioned by the untimely death of Mr. William Allen the younger, who was most inhumanly murdered near his father's house, by an arbitrary military power, on Tuesday, the tenth of May, 1768. : Preached at the request of his friends, in the Parish Church of Newington-Butts, and published in compliance with the demand of the public. / By John Free, D.D.
- The fourth edition. [Two lines in English from Seneca]
- Boston: : Printed for J. Greenleaf, and sold at the new printing-office, in Hanover-Street,, 1773.
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 12772.
1 online resource (32 pages)
- Allen, William, the Younger, d. 1768.
Civil rights -- Great Britain.
Self-defense (Law) -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- History -- 1760-1789.
- Sermons -- 1768.
- Place of Publication:
- United States Massachusetts Boston.
- Half-title: England's warning-piece; a sermon occasioned by the untimely death of Mr. William Allen the younger, who was most inhumanly murdered, by an arbitrary military power, May 10th, 1768.
Dedicated to William Allen, father of the deceased.
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- Evans 12772
- Allen, William, dedicatee.
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