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Collections concerning the church or congregation of Protestant Separatists formed at Scrooby in north Nottinghamshire

in the time of King James I: the founders of New-Plymouth, the parent-colony of New-England.

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This edition was published by J. R. Smith in London.

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Collections concerning the church or congregation of Protestant Separatists formed at Scrooby in north Nottinghamshire

in the time of King James I: the founders of New-Plymouth, the parent-colony of New-England.

This edition was published by J. R. Smith in London.


Edition Notes

"This volume is in one sense a second edition of a tract which was printed in 1849, entitled 'Collections concerning the early history of the founders of a New Plymouth, the first colonists of New England'"--Preliminary notice.

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Library of Congress
F68 .H95

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2 p. l., vii-xiv p., 1 l., 205 p.
Number of pages
205

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OL16305840M
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cu31924028814957
LC Control Number
01012086

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