A discourse on the Christian union the substance of which was delivered before the Reverend Convention of the Congregational Clergy in the Colony of Rhode-Island; assembled at Bristol April 23, 1760. By Ezra Stiles, A.M. Pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Newport. [Five lines of quotations]. by Ezra Stiles

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