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New England's lamentations under three heads, the decay of the power of godliness; the danger of Arminian principles; the declining state of our church-order, government and discipline. : With the means of these declensions, and the methods of our recovery. / By the Reverend Mr. John White, M.A. And Pastor of the First Church in Glocester. ; To which are added, reasons for adhering to our platform, and answers to some objections against ruling elders, by another hand. ; As also, a vindication of the divine authority of ruling elders, by a provincial assembly of Presbyterian ministers at London, in 1649.

 
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dc.contributor.author White, John, 1677-1760.
dc.coverage.placeName Boston, Massachusetts
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dc.date.created 1734
dc.date.issued 2004-12
dc.identifier ota:N03188
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/N03188
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/N03188
dc.description.abstract "New England's lamentaitions [sic], under these three heads ... "--[2], 2, 5, [1], 42 p., with separate title page. Also issued separately? "Reasons for adhering to our platform, as a rule of church government, and objections against ruling elders answered. In a letter to a friend. By another hand."--10 p., with caption title. "A vindication of the Divine authority of the ruling elders, in the churches of Christ. Asserted by the ministers and elders, met together in a provincial assembly, November 2d. 1649. and printed in London, 1650. ... Re-printed for publick good. 1734." [2], 15, [1] p., with separate title page.
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dc.publisher University of Oxford
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dc.subject.lcsh Congregational churches -- New England.
dc.subject.lcsh Congregationalism.
dc.subject.lcsh Presbyterianism.
dc.title New England's lamentations under three heads, the decay of the power of godliness; the danger of Arminian principles; the declining state of our church-order, government and discipline. : With the means of these declensions, and the methods of our recovery. / By the Reverend Mr. John White, M.A. And Pastor of the First Church in Glocester. ; To which are added, reasons for adhering to our platform, and answers to some objections against ruling elders, by another hand. ; As also, a vindication of the divine authority of ruling elders, by a provincial assembly of Presbyterian ministers at London, in 1649.
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