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    [William Slater]. AN ORIGINAL DRAUGHT OF THE PRIMITIVE CHURCH, IN ANSWER TO A DISCOURSE, ENTITLED, AN ENQUIRY INTO THE CONSTITUTION, DISCIPLINE, UNITY AND WORSHIP, OF THE PRIMITIVE CHURCH, THAT FLOURISHED WITHIN THE FIRST THREE HUNDRED YEARS AFTER CHRIST. BY LORD CHANCELLOR KING. BY A PRESBYTER OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Columbus, Ohio: Isaac N. Whiting, 1833. xv, [blank], iv, 305pp [as issued]. Scattered spotting, some of it prominent. Bound in worn contemporary cloth. Good or so. First American printing of a work originally published in England in the early 18th century. Morgan Library 5260 [3]. Not in AI, Sabin, Eberstadt, Decker, Thomson.


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    September, 2014
    25th Thursday
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