3 edition of Minutes of the New-York Baptist Association, held ... May 24 and 25, 1809 found in the catalog.
Minutes of the New-York Baptist Association, held ... May 24 and 25, 1809
New-York Baptist Association
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16926|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Get this from a library. Minutes of the New-York Baptist Association, held May 24 and 25, [New-York Baptist Association.]. Minutes of the New-York Baptist Association held in the city of New-York, May 18th and 19th, Published: () Minutes of the New-York Baptist Association holden in the city of New-York.
25 May –11 Mar. Printer, editor, publisher. copied Whitmer’s minutes (no longer extant) into Minute Book 2, he apparently copied these parenthetical redactions faithfully. Infor instance, a convention held in New York by a Baptist association adopted a resolution that it would “have no fellowship with or for the.
For evidence of ordinations on 4 June, see Hancock, Autobiography, 90; Wight, Journal, in 1809 book of the Reorganized Church, ; and Ezra Booth, “Mormonism—No. IV,” Ohio Star (Ravenna), 3 Nov.. The minutes for the conference held 9 April explain that it adjourned “until the first Saturday in June next,” or 4 June.
By contrast, John Whitmer’s history, which probably. Goochland County fell within the bounds of the Goshen Association and the Dover Association. Baptist Association in the District of Goshen (Va.). Minutes of the Baptist Association in the District of Goshen: Held at Licking-Hole Meeting-House, Goochland, Beginning the Third Saturday in October, County Seat: Goochland.
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