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The Pretended Plain narrative convicted of fraud and partiality. Or, A letter from the Second Church in Ipswich, to their separated brethren, in defence of their deceased pastor and themselves, against the injurious charges of the said separated brethren, in a late print of theirs. By giving a more just and true account of the things that preceeded the separation, and especially by reminding them of some very essential things, which they seem to have forgotten. To which is prefixed a short letter of the late Rev. Mr. Pickering's just before his last sickness; and at the close is annexed the result of an ecclesiastical council upon the case. [Three lines of Scripture quotations]

  • Pickering, Theophilus, 1700-1747.
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1748
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Boston: N.E. : Printed and sold by S. Kneeland and T. Green, in Queenstreet, 1748.

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38p. ; 4⁰.

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ESTC W28959
Evans, 6170

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