Suspiria vinctorum [electronic resource] : Some account of the condition to which the Protestant interest in the world is at this day reduced. And the duty, to which all that would prove themselves true Christians must and will count themselves obliged. Briefly laid before the churches of the faithful, by several ministers of the Gospel, desirous to do the work of the day. [Three lines of Scripture texts].

Boston : Printed and sold by T. Fleet in Pudding-Lane, 1726.
Physical description
[2], 22p. ; 12⁰.
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