3 edition of Observations upon the present state of the clergy of New-England found in the catalog.
Observations upon the present state of the clergy of New-England
|Statement||Peter Thatcher, pastor of a church in Malden|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 300|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Observations Upon the Present State of the Clergy of New-England: With Strictures Upon the Power of Dismissing Them, Usurped by Some Churches. By Peter Thatcher [Sic], A.M.
Pastor of a Church in Malden. [Three Lines of Quotation]. Get this from a library. Observations upon the present state of the clergy of New-England: with strictures upon the power of dismissing them, usurped by some churches.
[Peter Thacher]. A reply to the Strictures of Mr. J.S. a layman, upon the pamphlet entitled Observations upon the present state of the clergy in New-England, &c.
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Observations upon the present state of the clergy of New-England, with strictures upon the power of dismissing them, usurped by some churches. Boston: Norman and White, Rare Book Hub lists only one offered sincea M&S catalogue listing in$ for a. Clergy -- New England -- History; Indians of North America -- New England -- History To Which is Added, the Present State of New-England, and an Appendix Containing Their Present Charter, Their at such a time as this.
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That state, in the eyes of the pastor of the First Church in Boston, were loath to abandon, there must be brought a new and emollient doctrine.
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III. The Native Indians, Their Religion, Laws, and Customs, in War and Peace. The Present State of the Country, as to the Polity of the. Constitutional History of the American Revolution Reid, John Phillip Published by University of Wisconsin Press Observations Upon the AuthOrity Anonymous, Observations Upon the AuthOrity, Manner and Circumstances of New England Clergy Alice M.
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