Browsing by Author "Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768, dedicatee."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A discourse concerning the conversion of the heathen Americans, and the final propagation of Christianity and the sciences to the ends of the earth. In two parts. Part I. Preached before a voluntary convention of the Episcopal clergy of Pennsylvania, and places adjacent, at Philadelphia, May 2d, 1760; and published at their joint request. Part II. Preached before the trustees, masters and scholars of the College and Academy of Philadelphia, at the first anniversary commencement. / By William Smith, D.D. provost of the said college and academy.Date of publication:
1760Author(s):Description:Dedicated to Thomas Secker. The 1790 edition recorded by Bristol is a ghost of the present edition. Booksellers' advertisement, p. [55-56].This item contains 3 files (209.42 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)An appeal to the public, in behalf of the Church of England in America. By Thomas Bradbury Chandler, D.D. Rector of St. John's Church, in Elizabeth-Town, New-Jersey, and missionary from the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, &c. ; [Two lines from Justin Martyr]Date of publication:
1767Description:"An appeal to the public, in behalf of the Church of England in America; wherein the original and nature of the episcopal office are briefly considered, reasons for sending bishops to America are assigned, the plan on which ...This item contains 3 files (628.86 KB).Publicly Available