3 edition of A faithful narrative, of the proceedings, of the First Society and Church in Wallingford found in the catalog.
A faithful narrative, of the proceedings, of the First Society and Church in Wallingford
by Printed by James Parker and Com. at the post-office in New-Haven
Written in English
|Statement||By Jonathan Todd, A.M. a member of the ordination council. ; Together with a vindication of the Rev. Mr. Dana, said church, and society, and the ordination council: in a letter to the author of the narrative. By William Hart, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Say-Brook. To which is added, an appendix, containing a summary of the laws of the nation, that are peculiarly applicable to this case. ; [Five lines of quotations]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 8504.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, , 84,  p.|
|Number of Pages||84|
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A faithful narrative, of the proceedings, of the First Society and Church in Wallingford: in their calling, and settling the Rev. James Dana, in the pastoral office over them ; and of the doings of the several councils relative thereto, with some remarks interspersed.
A faithful narrative, of the proceedings, of the First Society and Church in Wallingford, in their calling, and settling the Rev. James Dana, in the pastoral office over them; and of the doings of the several councils relative thereto, with some remarks interspersed.
/ by: Todd, Jonathan, Some serious remarks upon the Rev'd Mr. Jonathan Todd's Faithful narrative, of the proceedings, of the First Society, and Church in Wallingford; relative to Mr.
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