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The larger catechism,

Author: Alexander M'Leod; J. Watts & Co.,; Whiting and Watson,
Publisher: New-York: : Stereotyped and printed by J. Watts & Co. for Whiting & Watson, theological and classical booksellers., June 1813..
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Westminster Assembly (1643-1652).
Larger catechism.
New York: stereotyped and printed by J. Watts & Co. for Whiting & Watson, theological and classical Booksellers. June 1813
(OCoLC)657173854
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander M'Leod; J. Watts & Co.,; Whiting and Watson,
OCLC Number: 7372790
Notes: "The first book ever stereotyped in America."--Title page.
The statement on the title page is correct, in that this is the first book printed from stereotype plates made in the United States, though the Philadelphia Bible Society had already published, in 1812, a stereotype Bible printed from imported plates. See Rollo Silver, Typefounding in America (1965), page 60.
Collation: 12mo: A-M⁶ [$1,3 signed; signing $3 as '$2']; 72 leaves, pages [2 unnumbered] [1] 2-142.
Description: [2], 142 pages ; 18 cm (12mo)
Responsibility: agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, with the assistance of commissioners from the Church of Scotland, and received by the several Presbyterian churches in America; with the proofs from the Scripture, revised by Alexander M'Leod, D.D..

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