Samuel Seabury

Samuel Seabury (November 30, 1729February 25, 1796) was the first American Episcopal bishop, the second Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and the first Bishop of Connecticut. He was a leading Loyalist in New York City during the American Revolution and a known rival of Alexander Hamilton. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Seabury, Samuel
Published 1791
by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, Faust's Statue, no. 45, Newbury Street. For George Jerry Osborne, Jun. printer, in Portsmouth

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by Seabury, Samuel
Published 1798
Printed and sold by T. & J. Swords, no. 99 Pearl-Street

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by Seabury, Samuel
Published 1775
New-York, printed: London reprinted for Richardson and Urquhart

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by Seabury, Samuel
Published 1775
New-York, printed: London reprinted for Richardson and Urquhart

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by Seabury, Samuel
Published 1775
New-York, printed: London reprinted for Richardson and Urquhart, at the Royal Exchange

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by Seabury, Samuel
Published 1907
Baker, Voorhis & Company

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by Seabury, Samuel
Published 1793
Printed by T. and J. Swords, for J. Rivington, bookseller, no. 1, Queen-Street

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by Innes, George
Published 1791
Edinburgh, printed: New-Haven-- re-printed by T.& S. Green
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