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The Resource A serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England. : Occasioned by Mr. Wetmore's Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. : Being an attempt to fix and settle these three points, I. Whether the inhabitants of the British plantations in America, those of New-England in particular, are obliged, in point of duty, by the laws of God or man, to conform to the prelatic church, by law established in the south part of Great Britain. II. Whether it be proper in point of prudence for those who are already settled in such churches as have so long subsisted in New-England, to forsake them and go over to that communion. III. Whether it be lawful for particular members of New-England churches to separate from them, and join in communion with the Episcopal assemblies in the country., By Noah Hobart, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Fairfield. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]

A serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England. : Occasioned by Mr. Wetmore's Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. : Being an attempt to fix and settle these three points, I. Whether the inhabitants of the British plantations in America, those of New-England in particular, are obliged, in point of duty, by the laws of God or man, to conform to the prelatic church, by law established in the south part of Great Britain. II. Whether it be proper in point of prudence for those who are already settled in such churches as have so long subsisted in New-England, to forsake them and go over to that communion. III. Whether it be lawful for particular members of New-England churches to separate from them, and join in communion with the Episcopal assemblies in the country., By Noah Hobart, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Fairfield. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]

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A serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England. : Occasioned by Mr. Wetmore's Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. : Being an attempt to fix and settle these three points, I. Whether the inhabitants of the British plantations in America, those of New-England in particular, are obliged, in point of duty, by the laws of God or man, to conform to the prelatic church, by law established in the south part of Great Britain. II. Whether it be proper in point of prudence for those who are already settled in such churches as have so long subsisted in New-England, to forsake them and go over to that communion. III. Whether it be lawful for particular members of New-England churches to separate from them, and join in communion with the Episcopal assemblies in the country.
Title
A serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England.
Title remainder
Occasioned by Mr. Wetmore's Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. : Being an attempt to fix and settle these three points, I. Whether the inhabitants of the British plantations in America, those of New-England in particular, are obliged, in point of duty, by the laws of God or man, to conform to the prelatic church, by law established in the south part of Great Britain. II. Whether it be proper in point of prudence for those who are already settled in such churches as have so long subsisted in New-England, to forsake them and go over to that communion. III. Whether it be lawful for particular members of New-England churches to separate from them, and join in communion with the Episcopal assemblies in the country.
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By Noah Hobart, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Fairfield. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]
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  • 6158
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A serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England. : Occasioned by Mr. Wetmore's Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. : Being an attempt to fix and settle these three points, I. Whether the inhabitants of the British plantations in America, those of New-England in particular, are obliged, in point of duty, by the laws of God or man, to conform to the prelatic church, by law established in the south part of Great Britain. II. Whether it be proper in point of prudence for those who are already settled in such churches as have so long subsisted in New-England, to forsake them and go over to that communion. III. Whether it be lawful for particular members of New-England churches to separate from them, and join in communion with the Episcopal assemblies in the country., By Noah Hobart, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Fairfield. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]
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  • Half-title: Mr. Hobart's serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-R4 S2 (S2 verso blank)
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18 cm. (8 vo)
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139, [1] p.
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  • (OCoLC)ocn368532835
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A serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England. : Occasioned by Mr. Wetmore's Vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. : Being an attempt to fix and settle these three points, I. Whether the inhabitants of the British plantations in America, those of New-England in particular, are obliged, in point of duty, by the laws of God or man, to conform to the prelatic church, by law established in the south part of Great Britain. II. Whether it be proper in point of prudence for those who are already settled in such churches as have so long subsisted in New-England, to forsake them and go over to that communion. III. Whether it be lawful for particular members of New-England churches to separate from them, and join in communion with the Episcopal assemblies in the country., By Noah Hobart, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Fairfield. ; [Two lines from Proverbs]
Publication
Note
  • Half-title: Mr. Hobart's serious address to the members of the Episcopal separation in New-England
  • Signatures: [A]4 B-R4 S2 (S2 verso blank)
Base of film
safety base undetermined
Carrier category
microfiche
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
18 cm. (8 vo)
Dimensions
4x6 in. or 11x15 cm.
Emulsion on film
diazo
Extent
139, [1] p.
Form of item
microfiche
Generation
service copy
Media category
microform
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Positive negative aspect
negative
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/reductionRatio
--
ReductionRatioRange
normal reduction
Reproduction note
Microfiche.
Specific material designation
microfiche
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm99029114
  • (OCoLC)ocn368532835

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