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A church history of New England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called baptists. Containing the first principles and settlements of country; the rise and increase of the baptist churches therein; the intrusion of the arbitrary power under the cloak of religion; the Christian testimonies of the baptists and others against the same, with their sufferings under it, from the begining to the present time. Also a concise view of the American war, and of the conduct of the baptists therein, with the present state of their churches. Collected from the most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern. By Isaac Backus. pastor of the first church in Middleborough. Vol. I.

  • Backus, Isaac, 1724-1806.
Date
1793
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Also known as

History of New-England

Publication/Creation

London : Sold by Mr. Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard; and Mr. Thomas Thomas, Houndsditch, 1793.

Physical description

v.1 ([8],544,15,[1]p.) ; 8⁰.

References note

ESTC N26680

Languages

  • English


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