APA Citation

Seares, A., & Townsend, S. (1720). An Account of the reasons why a considerable number, (about fifty, whereof ten are members in full communion) belonging to the New North Congregation in Boston could not consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's ordination there: Who has left his flock at Weymouth, and accepted of call in Boston, without the approbation, and contrary to the advice of the ministers of this town. With a declaration of the dissatisfied brethren of the church, &c. [Four lines from Synod. in Gallia Reformata]. [Boston].

Chicago Style Citation

Seares, Alexander, and Solomon Townsend. An Account of the Reasons Why a Considerable Number, (about Fifty, Whereof Ten Are Members in Full Communion) Belonging to the New North Congregation in Boston Could Not Consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's Ordination There: Who Has Left His Flock At Weymouth, and Accepted of Call in Boston, Without the Approbation, and Contrary to the Advice of the Ministers of This Town. With a Declaration of the Dissatisfied Brethren of the Church, &c. [Four Lines From Synod. in Gallia Reformata]. [Boston], 1720.

MLA Citation

Seares, Alexander, and Solomon Townsend. An Account of the Reasons Why a Considerable Number, (about Fifty, Whereof Ten Are Members in Full Communion) Belonging to the New North Congregation in Boston Could Not Consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's Ordination There: Who Has Left His Flock At Weymouth, and Accepted of Call in Boston, Without the Approbation, and Contrary to the Advice of the Ministers of This Town. With a Declaration of the Dissatisfied Brethren of the Church, &c. [Four Lines From Synod. in Gallia Reformata]. [Boston], 1720.

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