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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. Against the invectives contained in a sermon preached at Stanford by Mr. Noah Hobart, Dec. 31. 1746. In a letter to a friend. / By James Wetmore, A.M. Rector of the Parish of Rye, and missionary from the venerable Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. ; [One line in Latin from Cicero]Date of publication:
1747Author(s):Description:Half-title: Mr. Wetmore's letter in vindication of the professors of the Church of England in Connecticut. "Postscript."--p. [44-45].This item contains 3 files (303.05 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Quakerism a judicial infatuation represented in three dialogues, adapted to the meanest capacities, and containing a full reply to J. Mott's, pretended answer to the Letter to a parishioner, &c. and an answer to the common objections of the Quakers against outward ordinances: with a detection of R. Barclay's sophistry, in proving Christ's baptism spiritual without water; and E. Burlings [sic], arguments upon that head refuted. / By James Wetmore, missionary from the Honorable Society for Propagating the Gospel, &c. And rector of Christ Church in the parish of Rye. ; [Six lines from 2 Peter]Date of publication:
1731Description:Half-title: Quakerism a judicial infatuation. &c. Preface signed by Samuel Johnson. Described by Wetmore as "ready for the press" in personal correspondence dated May 15th, 1731. See: Bolton, R. History of the Protestant ...This item contains 3 files (381.05 KB).Publicly Available