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3 edition of Minutes of the Woodstock Baptist Association, holden at New-London, N.H., September ... 1818 found in the catalog.

Minutes of the Woodstock Baptist Association, holden at New-London, N.H., September ... 1818

Minutes of the Woodstock Baptist Association, holden at New-London, N.H., September ... 1818

with their circular & corresponding letters : and the report of the Missionary Board for 1818

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Published by W. Spooner, print. in Windsor, Vt .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Woodstock Association (Vt.),
  • Baptists -- New Hampshire -- Congresses,
  • Baptists -- Vermont -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43219
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination12 p
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15107163M

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    F THOMAS FRENCH. Thomas French Family Lineage List and Index, Rev. 1, by the French Family Association, 5/85, 14 pages, Thomas French (Chart #1). F THOMAS FRENCH. The Descendants of Thomas French of Ipswich, MA, five generations (Chart #1) by Robert L. French, RDBox , Chatham, NŸ Contributed by the author. Timeline of American penmen and penwomen and their work; penmanship instructors; writing masters, writing teachers, etc. Listed here are those with published work in the area of penmanship, and whose work I have examples of. In addition are those listed as masters, professors, teachers, or instructors of penmanship whose names I have found.

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