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|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Hall; James McCorkle; Samuel Eusebius McCorkle; Ebenezer Harlow Cummins
|Notes:||"Important letters communicated to the editor by the Rev. Samuel M'Corkle": p. -38.
"True account of a great meeting held in the district of Spartansburgh, South Carolina [by] Ebenezer H. Cummins": p. -47.
|Description:||52 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Series Title:||Early American imprints., Second series ;, no. 2362.|
|Responsibility:||by the Rev. James Hall. Also a collection of interesting letters / from the Rev. James M'Corkle. To which is added, the agreeable intelligence of a revival in South Carolina. Annexed to the above is an astonishing instance of the power of conscience: The folly of atheism ; and, A poem / written by a young lady of Philadelphia, after the death of her father.|