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Address delivered before the citizens of Providence, in the Universalist Chapel, on the fifty-second anniversary of American independence. ...

Author: David Pickering
Publisher: Providence [R.I.]. Literary Cadet Office--Smith & Parmenter, printers. 1828.
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Pickering, David, 1789?-1859.
Address delivered before the citizens of Providence, in the Universalist Chapel.
Providence [R.I.]. Literary Cadet Office--Smith & Parmenter, printers. 1828
(OCoLC)717829028
Named Person: Ezra Stiles Ely
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Pickering
OCLC Number: 2850103
Notes: Appendix, p.[21]-24, contains extracts from Ezra Stiles Ely's The duty of Christian freemen to elect Christian rulers, and from publications of the American Sunday School Union, concerning the relationship between church and state.
Description: [3], 4-24 pages 24 cm

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