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This text is a sermon preached at the Palace of Whitehall in London, England on the date of March 24th 1621 by the Bishop of St. Davids, William Laud. The sermon begins with Laud quoting Psalm 21.6,7. The digitized copy of this text from Wallace Notestein’s collection, has lines 7 through 15 on page 21, marked with handwritten notes. Other notes appear on pages 5, 24, 35, and 39.
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"A Sermon Preached at White-Hall on the 24. of March, 1621 : Being the Day of the Beginning of His Majesties Most Gracious Reigne / by the Bishop of S. Dauids" (1622). English Historical Library of Wallace Notestein. 3.
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