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A brief account of the late revivals of religion
by printed and sold by Holden and Dowson; sold also by Wills and Button, London; by J. Fawcett, at Ewood Hall, near Halifax; and by the Baptist ministers at Bradford , Rochdale, Bacup, &c. &c. in Halifax
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4306, no. 14.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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This extremely rare pamphlet, comprised of thirteen letters written in late and the first six months ofdescribes the effects of a glorious revival of religion in the states of New England and Nova Scotia.
The only original of this work (known to the Revival Library) can be found at. A Brief Account Of The Late Revivals Of Religion Among The Congregationalists And Baptists In A Number Of Towns In The New-england States, And Also In Nova-scotia [Thomas, Baldwin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Brief Account Of The Late Revivals Of Religion Among The Congregationalists And Baptists In A Number Of Towns In The New-england Author: Thomas Baldwin. A Brief Account of the late Revivals of Religion in a number of towns in the New-England States, and also in Nova Scotia.
Extracted chiefly from letters written by several gentlemen of unquestionable veracity. To which is added, A very interesting Letter, from a Minister in London to his Friend in Massachusetts.
Boston: Manning & Loring, Sept Seller Rating: % positive. A Brief account of the late revivals of religion in a number of towns in the New-England states. Extracted chiefly from letters written by several gentlemen of unquestionable veracity.
(Boston: Printed and sold by Manning and Loring, May, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Revival. Account of a late revival of religion in a part of the Highlands of Scotland, in a letter. To which is added, an appendix, containing some account of the subsequent state of the work Page 15 - Cursed is every one which continueth not in all things that are •written in the book of the law, to do them.
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Account of a Late Revival of Religion in a Part of the Highlands of Scotland: By Alexander Stewart, in a Letter to the Rev. David BlackAuthor: Alexander Stewart. Gospel news, or, A brief account of the revival of religion in Kentucky and several other parts of the United States: likewise some pleasing late accounts of the success and prospects of the everlasting gospel in the East Indies.
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With respect to the late season of revival of religion amongst us for three or four years past, it has been observable, that in the former part of it, in the years andthe work seemed to be much more pure, having less of a corrupt mixture than in the former great outpouring of the Spirit in and.
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