The Resource Remarks on a discourse of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, of Newbury-Port, delivered on the 5th of March last, and entitled, Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery, the purchase of Christ. : In which remarks, the civil government of this province is vindicated from that gentleman's severe charges and accusations of spiritual tyranny and slavery, and he is shewn to be inconsistent with himself, in accusing the province of these things, while he aims at promoting the same evils. By John Tucker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Newbury, (electronic resource)

Remarks on a discourse of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, of Newbury-Port, delivered on the 5th of March last, and entitled, Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery, the purchase of Christ. : In which remarks, the civil government of this province is vindicated from that gentleman's severe charges and accusations of spiritual tyranny and slavery, and he is shewn to be inconsistent with himself, in accusing the province of these things, while he aims at promoting the same evils. By John Tucker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Newbury, (electronic resource)

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Remarks on a discourse of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, of Newbury-Port, delivered on the 5th of March last, and entitled, Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery, the purchase of Christ. : In which remarks, the civil government of this province is vindicated from that gentleman's severe charges and accusations of spiritual tyranny and slavery, and he is shewn to be inconsistent with himself, in accusing the province of these things, while he aims at promoting the same evils. By John Tucker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Newbury
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Remarks on a discourse of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, of Newbury-Port, delivered on the 5th of March last, and entitled, Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery, the purchase of Christ.
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In which remarks, the civil government of this province is vindicated from that gentleman's severe charges and accusations of spiritual tyranny and slavery, and he is shewn to be inconsistent with himself, in accusing the province of these things, while he aims at promoting the same evils. By John Tucker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Newbury
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  • W21768
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1719-1792
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Tucker, John
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  • 1749-
  • 1750-1794
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  • Mills, Nathaniel
  • Hicks, John
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  • Parsons, Jonathan
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Remarks on a discourse of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, of Newbury-Port, delivered on the 5th of March last, and entitled, Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery, the purchase of Christ. : In which remarks, the civil government of this province is vindicated from that gentleman's severe charges and accusations of spiritual tyranny and slavery, and he is shewn to be inconsistent with himself, in accusing the province of these things, while he aims at promoting the same evils. By John Tucker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Newbury, (electronic resource)
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ESTCW21768
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36pages
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Remarks on a discourse of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, of Newbury-Port, delivered on the 5th of March last, and entitled, Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery, the purchase of Christ. : In which remarks, the civil government of this province is vindicated from that gentleman's severe charges and accusations of spiritual tyranny and slavery, and he is shewn to be inconsistent with himself, in accusing the province of these things, while he aims at promoting the same evils. By John Tucker, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Newbury, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Control code
ESTCW21768
Dimensions
40.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
36pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006439802
  • (Uk-ES)006439802

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