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address to the congregation of Protestant Dissenters, who meet at Castle-Gate, in Nottingham
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The true narrative of the case of Joseph Rawson, who was excommunicated by the congregation of Protestant dissenters, meeting at Castle-Gate, Nottingham; signed by the pastors and other office-bearers of that church.
Together with a prefatory discourse, and a plea for the right of religious societies to excommunicate heretical and unruly members.
By James Sloss, M. The true narrative of the case of Joseph Rawson, [electronic resource]: Who was excommunicated by the congregation of Protestant dissenters, meeting at Castle-Gate, Nottingham; signed by the pastors and other office bearers of that Church.
The true narrative of the case of Joseph Rawson Who was excommunicated by the congregation of Protestant dissenters, meeting at Castle-Gate, Nottingham ; signed by the pastors and other office bearers of that Church.
Together with a prefatory discourse, and a plea for the right of religious societies to excommunicate heretical and unruly members. The true narrative of the case of Joseph Rawson, who was excommunicated by the congregation of Protestant Dissenters, meeting at Castle-Gate, Nottingham; Together with a prefatory discourse, and a plea By James Sloss, M.
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A prefixed 'Address to Heads of Families on Family Religion' was reprinted by Rev. John Kentish, ). 'Address to the Congregation of Prot.
Dissenters at the Castle Gate in Nottingham,' c.by a Prot. Dissenter (anon. ), (in vindication of No.
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Thomas became a student at Plasterer's Hall in Addle Street, London, (later Homerton Academy), one of the oldest of the academies in Nottingham book for the training of ministers only. In a society was founded by 'a few Protestant Dissenters' in London for the 'education of young men for the Christian ministry', namely the Congregational church.
PDF | Based on the grounds of geography, economy and social structures this essay explores the social and religious life of mid-seventeenth Nottinghamshire | Find, read and cite all the research. Thesis (Ph. )--Nottingham Trent University, Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link.
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