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Extracts from the minutes of the General Association of Connecticut, A.D. 1803

General Association of Connecticut.

Extracts from the minutes of the General Association of Connecticut, A.D. 1803

by General Association of Connecticut.

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Published by Printed by Hudson & Goodwin in Hartford [Conn.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General Association of Connecticut.,
  • Congregational churches -- Connecticut -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 4001.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17706452M

    America the beautiful: a family history: the London, Phillips, Scott, and Mitchell families and their related connections in colonial America (ss): with lines in England to Alfred the Great ( A.D.) and William the Conqueror ( A.D.) and in France to King Hugh Capet ( A.D.) / by J. Phillip London. Archival collections described in The Guide consist of materials formed around a person, family, organization, or subject. They may contain a wide variety of items such as manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, legal papers, memorabilia, photographs, films, tapes, computer files, maps, drawings, pamphlets, and other forms of material.

    An account of the Society of Union Scholars, established, A.D. , with the members' names, rules, and peal book, from the original M.S.S. and an appendix by Jasper W. Snowdon and Robert Tuke, of the Yorkshire Association of Change Ringers. Page 48 46 HISTORY OF ANCIENT WOODBU Y. " Livetenant Joseph Judson declared that if the inhabitants of Derby would put in a ferry 1man in convenient time, they were content, or els upon n6tice giuen they of Woodbury would put in one whorne the towne or Derby should approue for an inhabitant, and that without any charge to Derby or the counThese.

      Extracts from Civil War Letters (). Typewritten, transcribed extracts of letters written home by Union soldiers Silas S. Auchmoedy and Andrew Snyder during the Civil War. Letters discuss living conditions, battles, deaths, and other aspects of the war. Also, some extracts from the diary of James Krom, of Company C, th Regiment. The Twilight of British Rule in Revolutionary America: The New York Letter Book of General James Robertson, FT95 The Minute Book of the Committee of Safety of Tryon County: The Old New York Frontier: FM8 T8 Index to Scharf's History of Westchester County: FW5 S


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