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Notes on the establishment of the Society of Protestant Dissenters (now called the Unitarian Church) at Doncaster, from the passing of the Act of Uniformity to the close of the 18th Century

Notes on the establishment of the Society of Protestant Dissenters (now called the Unitarian Church) at Doncaster, from the passing of the Act of Uniformity to the close of the 18th Century

published in connection with the celebration of the bicentenary of the church, May, 1892.

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Published by printed at the office of the Doncaster Gazette in [Doncaster] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dissenters, Religious -- England -- Doncaster.,
  • Unitarianism -- England -- Doncaster.

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    Pagination8p. ;
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    Open LibraryOL22818555M

    70 Lloyd, A., Quaker social history, –, London , 8 2; A collection of acts of parliament, and clauses of acts of parliament, relative to those Protestant dissenters who are usually called by the name of Quakers, from the year , London For example, Friends who had subscribed to the Declaration of Fidelity set out in the. Other chapters explore Dissent within the history of empire and the Atlantic world. Of note, is Carl Lounsbury’s examination of the relationship between Dissent and the physical form of meeting houses, chapels, and churches in England and America. As Lounsbury argues, theology influenced the form and shape of Dissenters’ places of worship.

    Statement of the case of the Protestant dissenters under the Corporation and Test acts / (London: R. Hunter, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Notes on Lord John Russell's marriage bill / (London: Simpkin and Marshall, ), by John Russel Russel (page images at HathiTrust) The Christian recorder: a religious and literary journal. ♥ Book Title: A short sketch of the history of Protestant nonconformity, and of the Society assembling in Hanover-Square, Newcastle. [The preface signed: William Turner.] ♣ Name Author: William TURNER (Minister at Hanover Square Chapel, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.) ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: BL:A ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total 42 sheet.

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