The Resource Puritan morals defended : a discourse delivered at the dedication of the Crombie Street Church in Salem, (formerly Salem Theatre,) and the installation of the Rev. William Williams, November 22, 1832, by Leonard Withington

Puritan morals defended : a discourse delivered at the dedication of the Crombie Street Church in Salem, (formerly Salem Theatre,) and the installation of the Rev. William Williams, November 22, 1832, by Leonard Withington

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Puritan morals defended : a discourse delivered at the dedication of the Crombie Street Church in Salem, (formerly Salem Theatre,) and the installation of the Rev. William Williams, November 22, 1832
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Puritan morals defended
Title remainder
a discourse delivered at the dedication of the Crombie Street Church in Salem, (formerly Salem Theatre,) and the installation of the Rev. William Williams, November 22, 1832
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by Leonard Withington
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  • Salem Ecclesiastical
  • Mr. Withington's dedication sermon
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eng
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WIH
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1789-1885
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Withington, Leonard
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no index present
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Crombie Street Church (Salem, Mass.)
  • Puritans
  • Church dedication sermons
  • Installation sermons
  • Church dedication
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Puritan morals defended : a discourse delivered at the dedication of the Crombie Street Church in Salem, (formerly Salem Theatre,) and the installation of the Rev. William Williams, November 22, 1832, by Leonard Withington
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  • Cover title: Mr. Withington's dedication sermon
  • Contains also: Charge to the pastor, by Rev. Gardner B. Perry, p. [31]-33; Fellowship of the churches, by Rev. Milton P. Braman, p. [34]-35
Extent
1 online resource (36 pages)
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online
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Bound volume contains: 1. A sermon preached at the dedication of the New South Meeting House... / by Daniel Hopkins. -- 2. The feast of the dedication!... / by George Richards. -- 3. A sermon delivered by request of the Female Charitable asosciety in Salem... / by Moses Stuart. -- 4. Principles of Congregationalism / by Charles Wentworth Upham. -- 5. Puritan morals defended... / by Rev. William Williams. -- 6. Correspondence between the First Church and the Tabernacle Church in Salem... . -- 7. The charge of ignorance and misrepresentation roved against "A lover of Cudworth and truth".... . -- 8. Conclusion of the Salem controversy. -- 9. Lessons of the past / by John Brazer.
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Puritan morals defended : a discourse delivered at the dedication of the Crombie Street Church in Salem, (formerly Salem Theatre,) and the installation of the Rev. William Williams, November 22, 1832, by Leonard Withington
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Publication
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  • Cover title: Mr. Withington's dedication sermon
  • Contains also: Charge to the pastor, by Rev. Gardner B. Perry, p. [31]-33; Fellowship of the churches, by Rev. Milton P. Braman, p. [34]-35
Extent
1 online resource (36 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Bound volume contains: 1. A sermon preached at the dedication of the New South Meeting House... / by Daniel Hopkins. -- 2. The feast of the dedication!... / by George Richards. -- 3. A sermon delivered by request of the Female Charitable asosciety in Salem... / by Moses Stuart. -- 4. Principles of Congregationalism / by Charles Wentworth Upham. -- 5. Puritan morals defended... / by Rev. William Williams. -- 6. Correspondence between the First Church and the Tabernacle Church in Salem... . -- 7. The charge of ignorance and misrepresentation roved against "A lover of Cudworth and truth".... . -- 8. Conclusion of the Salem controversy. -- 9. Lessons of the past / by John Brazer.
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