The great things, which the Lord hath done for us : a sermon preached in the Scotch Church at Rotterdam, on Wednesday July 20th, 1814, being the day of thanksgiving for a general peace, appointed by William, prince of Orange and Nassau, sovereign of the United Netherlands : [with a note at the end, containing an outline of what passed at the interview between the clergy of Rotterdam and Buonaparte, in October 1811
Rotterdam, Wid. Locke and Son, 1814, 62 pages, marbled paper on board binding, Saakes 6 (1814), p. 81 ; Knuttel 23853. Napoleon Bonaparte seems to have said that he would become a calvinist if his people would not have been catholic.
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