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TRINITY CHORC#, Charter of the rec with a dis. fr. Acts 20. 17 to ei inclus.
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1767, 8. Bos. Charter of the corporation of, de Remarks on a ser. by Aaron Hutchfended ag. the attacks of a late pam
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Two sec. fr. Mark 16. 15, 16, John Hist. of Connecticut, civil and ec 6. 44, 8. Bos. 1769. clesiastical, fr. the emigration of its first Mass. el. ser. 29 May, 1771, 8. planters fr. Eng. in 1630 to 1713, with Bos. a map of the state of Con. and portraits Remarks on a dis. by Jonathan Par.. of Devenport, Winthrop, Saltonstall, sons of Newburyport del. 5 March, 8. 8. Hartf. 1797.
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