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The GROUNDS and REASONS, or
what those principles are, on which two of our anniversary folemnities are founded :
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That on the 30th of January, being the
day of the martyrdom of King Charles the First, appointed to be kept as a day of fasting ;
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That on the 5th of November, being the day of
our deliverance from Popery and slavery, by the happy arrival of his late Majesty King William the Third, appointed to be “kept as a day of publick thanksgiving.
Concerning the GROUNDS and REASONS,
day of the martyrdom of King Charles the
To which is added,
Wherein is shewn,
is to every man, who is answerable to God for his actions,
By THOMAS CHUB B.
LONDON: . Printed for T. Cox, at the Lamb under the
Royal-Exchange. 1732. (Price is
The grounds and reasons, or what
those principles are, upon which two of our anniversary folemnities are founded, viz. that on Jan. 30. and that on Nov. 5.
of introduction to the following reflections, I shall transcribe a paragraph or two of the
Reverend Dr. Croxall's Sermon, preached on the 30th of January, 1729, before the honourable house of Commons.
“ Among the several anniversaries, by
our wise legislators appointed to be ob“ served, and for the celebration of which,
proper offices of divine service have been “ compiled by the pastors of our church, " there are two of more special note ; “ which, because of the different events