Boston: 1746. 43pp, disbound, light foxing and wear. Very Good.
A sermon against the insurrection in Scotland, which attempts "to displace our King, set aside the Succession in his illustrious House, and subject the Nation to an abjured and popish Pretender." All this is occurring with the evil connivance of France and Spain, "those natural and inveterate Enemies of England."
Chauncy, a warm friend of the American independence movement in both religious and secular affairs, was, like many contemporary clergy, viscerally opposed to Roman Catholicism.
FIRST EDITION. Evans 5752. Item #8936