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Bath-Kol. A voice from the wilderness. Being an humble attempt to support the sinking truths of God, against some of the principal errors, raging at this time. Or, a joint testimony to some of the grand articles of the Christian religion, judicially delivered to the churches under their care. By the first presbytery of the eastward. [Seven lines of quotations]

  • Murray, John, 1742-1793.
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Boston : Printed by N. Coverly, between the Sign of the Lamb and the White Horse, M,DCCLXXXIII. [1783]

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4, [1], vi-xxi, [1], 23-360, vii, [5] p. ; 120.

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ESTC W38375
Evans, 18040
Sabin, 3955

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