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A history of New-England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists. Containing the first principles and settlements of the country; the rise and increase of the Baptist churches therein; the intrusion of 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 [sic] to the present time. Collected from most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern. By Isaac Backus, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Middleborough. ...

  • Backus, Isaac, 1724-1806.
Date
1777[-1796]
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History of New-England

Publication/Creation

Boston : Printed by Edward Draper, at his printing-office in Newbury-Street, and sold by Phillip Freeman, in Union-Street, 1777[-1796]

Physical description

3 v. ; 8⁰.

References note

ESTC W5544
Evans, 15240
Evans, 18336
Evans, 30011
Alden, J.E. Rhode Island, 979

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