Browsing by Author "Bolles, Joseph, 1701-1785."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A relation of the opposition which some Baptist people met with at Norwich, 1761, by the authority and minister, when they went above ten miles to confer with the people between their meeting about the things of God, upon which opposition they went in the middle of the week on purpose to desire said minister to appoint a day to discourse with them before the people ...Date of publication:
1761Description:Caption title. The names of the "Baptist people" are given on p. 7: John Walterhouse, Joseph Bolles, John Walterhouse, Jun., John Rogers. Attributed to John Bolles by Johnson; to Joseph Bolles by the Library of Congress. ...This item contains 3 files (165.52 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)An addition to the book, entituled, The spirit of the martyrs revived. It being a short acount of some remarkable persecutions in New-England; especially of four faithful martyrs of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, who suffered death at Boston.Date of publication:
1758Author(s):Description:"The spirit of the martyrs revived," written by Ellis Hookes, was published in London in 1683. The four Quaker martyrs were: William Robinson, Marmaduke Stephenson, Mary Dyer, and William Leddra. Caption title. Running ...This item contains 3 files (162.35 KB).Publicly Available