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Joseph Emerson; John Weston; John Dodge; Ellis Clap; Genesee Consociation.; True and Greene,
|Notes:||In reply to the Genesee Consociation's resolution against Freemasonry. Includes a "Renunciation of Masonry, by Messrs. [John] Dodge and [Ellis] Clap."
Dated on p. 18: Wethersfield, Conn. July 26, 1828.
Copyright June 8, 1829, by John Weston.
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"The following communication was addressed by Mr. Emerson to one of his friends residing in Reading, to be published with the foregoing letter as explanatory of some of the circumstances attending it. ... My object in writing to the Genesee Consociation, was to "tell them of their fault" in the most private manner ... To save the labor of transcription, a few copies of my letter were printed, though not published. I was much surprised, a few weeks later, to learn, that an edition was published at Rochester. ... The Consociation have made and published a "Reply" ... "--p. .
"From the Boston recorder. The subscribers being members of the Congregational Church and of the lodge of Free-masons in this place, are desirous of giving their testimony to the perfect compatibility and harmony of the two institutions."--p. 22-23. Dated: Thetford, Vt. March 16, 1829.
|Description:||23,  p. ; 18 cm.|
|Responsibility:||By Joseph Emerson, principal of the Female Seminary, Wethersfield, Conn.|