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A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God
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to be used on Friday, the third day of June, 1814 being the day appointed by proclamation for a general thanksgiving to Almighty God, to acknowledge the great goodness and mercy of Almighty God who ... has given to the arms of His Majesty, and to those of his allies, a series of signal and glorious victories over the forces of the enemy.

APA Citation

United Church of England and Ireland. (1814). A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God: to be used on Friday, the third day of June, 1814 being the day appointed by proclamation for a general thanksgiving to Almighty God, to acknowledge the great goodness and mercy of Almighty God who ... has given to the arms of His Majesty, and to those of his allies, a series of signal and glorious victories over the forces of the enemy. Kingston, [Ont.]: Printed by Stephen Miles.

MLA Citation

United Church of England and Ireland. A Form of Prayer And Thanksgiving to Almighty God: to Be Used On Friday, the Third Day of June, 1814 Being the Day Appointed by Proclamation for a General Thanksgiving to Almighty God, to Acknowledge the Great Goodness And Mercy of Almighty God Who ... Has Given to the Arms of His Majesty, And to Those of His Allies, a Series of Signal And Glorious Victories Over the Forces of the Enemy. Kingston, [Ont.]: Printed by Stephen Miles, 1814.

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