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|Notes:||Two poems attributed to Chapman Whitcomb by John C.L. Clark in a letter to Clarence S. Brigham; AAS correspondence for June 26, 1927. Cf. A Concise view of antient [sic] and modern religion ... Printed for Chapman Whitcomb (Bristol B11184).
A poem, on religious ignorance ..., first lines: Ignatus, born somewhere, no matter where, train'd up in school, and taught to say his pray'r.
The gospel minister, first lines: Theologist, a free-born son of grace, sought first, in Jesus' school, to find a place.
Evans 29332 records a four page edition of A poem, on religious ignorance ... Printed at Boston in 1795. However, between 1795 and 1813, many of Whitcomb's poems were printed, without imprints, at Leominster, Mass. Cf. Clark, John C.L. Notes on Chapman Whitcomb ... Lancaster, Mass., 1911, p. 14.
Text in two columns; printed area measures 37.1 x 15.2 cm.
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