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Apostolick charity, its nature and excellence consider'd : in a discourse upon Dan. 12. 3., preached at St. Paul's, at the ordination of some Protestant missionaries to be sent into the plantations : to which is prefixt, A general view of the English colonies in America, with respect to religion, in order to shew what provision is wanting for the propagation of Christianity in those parts : together with proposals for the promoting the same, and to induce such of the clergy of this kingdom, as are persons of sobriety and abilities to accept of a mission : and to which is subjoin[e]d the author's circular letter lately sent to the clergy there Preview this item
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Apostolick charity, its nature and excellence consider'd : in a discourse upon Dan. 12. 3., preached at St. Paul's, at the ordination of some Protestant missionaries to be sent into the plantations : to which is prefixt, A general view of the English colonies in America, with respect to religion, in order to shew what provision is wanting for the propagation of Christianity in those parts : together with proposals for the promoting the same, and to induce such of the clergy of this kingdom, as are persons of sobriety and abilities to accept of a mission : and to which is subjoin[e]d the author's circular letter lately sent to the clergy there

Author: Thomas Bray
Publisher: London : Printed by E. Holt for W. Hawes, 1700.
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Sermons
Material Type: Online system or service, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Bray
OCLC Number: 847832319
Notes: Caption title on p. 31-[34]: A circular letter to the clergy of Mary-land.
In the "General view of the English colonies", prefixed to the above, the author tabulates the colonies with respect to the number of their parishes, ministers and libraries. During Bray's lifetime and through his instrumentality there were established no less than 39 libraries in the colonies.
Page 34 is numbered 33.
Appended ([6] p., 3rd count): Proposals for the encouragement and promoting of religion and learning in the foreign plantations; and to induce such of the clergy of this kingdom, as are persons of sobriety and abilities to accept of a mission into those parts.
Reproduction of original from The American Antiquarian Society.
Sabin no. 7473.
Description: 1 online resource ([1], 10, [8], 11-33 [i.e. 34] pages)
Other Titles: Circular letter to the clergy of Mary-land.
Apostolick charity, its nature and excellence considered
Responsibility: by Thomas Bray.

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