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Vox Hiberniae or Rather the voyce of the Lord from Ireland: A Sermon Preached in Saint Peters Church at Westminster, before divers of the Right Honorable, the Lords of the upper House in the High Court of Parliament, on the last publike Fast day, being Wednesday the 22th of December. 1641. Wherein the miserable estate of the Kingdome of Ireland at this present is laid open, and the people and Kingdome of England, earnestlie exhorted to turne to Almighty God by true repentance least the same Judgements or worse fall upon us. By the laborious and reverend Doctor, James Usher Bishop of Armagh and Primate of Ireland.
Printed at London for John Nicolson 1642 - Sole edition, 4to., top of words "Vox Hiberniae" just clipped by binder, ends trifle dusty, (16)pp., disbound. Wing U228. (variant) issue with "Hiberniae" in title. Sweeney 5372 listed as scarce.
[Bookseller: A. R. Heath Rare Books]
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