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|Named Person:||John Checkley; Checkley family.; Checkley family.; John Checkley|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edmund F Slafter
|Notes:||On spine: Religious tolerance in Mass. Bay, 1719-1774.
Reprint of the 1897 ed., issued as v. 22-23 of the publications of the Prince Society.
|Description:||2 volumes illustrations 23 cm.|
|Contents:||v. 1. Memoir of John Checkley. The will of the Rev. John Checkley. Inventory of personal estate. The Checkley family. Choice dialogues. A modest proof. A true pastor. The old parsonage.--v. 2. The presentment of Mr. John Checkley for libel. The speech of Mr. Checkley upon his tryal. The jury's verdict. The argument of John Read, Esq., in arrest of judgment. A plea in arrest of judgment by Mr. John Checkley. The sentence of the court. A defence of a book entitled A modest proof of the order and government of the Church. Postscript to the defence. Animadversions upon two pamphlets. A letter to Jonathan Dickinson in defence of a book entitled A modest proof of Church government, &c. Letters of the Rev. John Checkley. Bibliography of the controversy relating to episcopacy (p. -298).|
|Series Title:||Publications of the Prince Society, v. 22-23.|
|Other Titles:||Religious tolerance in Mass. Bay, 1719-1774.|
|Responsibility:||With historical illus. and a memoir by Edmund F. Slafter.|