[Romaine, William]. An Earnest Invitation to the Friends of the established Church, to join With several of their Brethren, Clergy, and Laity, in London, in setting apart one Hour of every Week, for Prayer and Supplication, during the present troublesome Times. London: J. Worrall, 1757. First Edition.
Removed, 4 3/4 x 7 1/2, 16 pp., old light marginal stains. Good. Pamphlet. 
ESTC T6408. "Anonymous. By William Romaine."
No. 4692 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. See also 4693. "This fervent call to prayer for revival is based on a deep conviction that when God is grieved with his people because of their unforsaken sin he sometimes takes the sides of their enemies." Printed during the Seven Years' War.
William Romaine (1714-1795), Anglican divine of Calvinistic principles. His father was a French Huguenot who took refuge in England after the Edict of Nantes. “He interpreted the Articles of the Church in the strict Calvinistic sense, which at this time gave great offense.”