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A "New Years guift": an hitherto lost treatise by Robert Browne, the father of Congregationalism, in the form of a letter to his uncle, Mr. Flower,

Author: Robert Browne; Champlin Burrage
Publisher: London, On sale at the Publication Dept., Memorial Hall, 1904.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Browne; Champlin Burrage
OCLC Number: 11679278
Description: 43, [1] pages
Responsibility: written December 31st, 1588 (old style) and now first published ed. with an introduction for the Congregational Historical Society, by Champlin Burrage.

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