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The day, & the work of the day a brief discourse, on what fears, we may have at this time to quicken us; what hopes there are for us at this time to comfort us: and what prayers would be likely to turn our fears into hopes. With reflections upon time and state, now come upon the church of God, and collections of certain prophesies relating to the present circumstances of New-England. Uttered on a fast, kept in Boston, July 6th. 1693.

Title:The day, & the work of the day a brief discourse, on what fears, we may have at this time to quicken us; what hopes there are for us at this time to comfort us: and what prayers would be likely to turn our fears into hopes. With reflections upon time and state, now come upon the church of God, and collections of certain prophesies relating to the present circumstances of New-England. Uttered on a fast, kept in Boston, July 6th. 1693.
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Note:Boston : printed by B. Harris, for Samuel Phillips, 1693
  
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Subject:Prophecies -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Prayer -- Early works to 1800
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