The priests lips should keep knowlege,--but ye are departed out of the way: ye have caused many to stumble.--Mal. ii. 7.8 : XX articls [sic] of charge against the Revd Mr. bacheller, as they were laid before the council, sitting at Haverhill, West Parish, September 19. 1758. Also the said council's result, with the evidences which were offered to support the charges, which the council judged was not sufficiently supported. Also some friendly remarks upon the result; made by the desire of the aggrieved, and by one of their number, and given in to the council, sitting April 17. 1759.-- Also the council's addition to their former result; with some remarks upon that. [Four lines from Ezekiel]

Main Author: Haynes, Joseph
Other Authors: Choate, John, Fowle, Daniel (Printer)
Format: eBook
Published: Portsmouth [N.H.] Printed by D. Fowle 1760, 1760
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:"Col. Choate's reasons of dissent from the judgment of a council, in a controversy respecting some doctrines advanced by the Revd Mr. Bacheller of Haverhill."--p. [71]-87, with separate title page. Also issued separately, with pages renumbered (Evans 8562). - English Short Title Catalog, W15146. - Evans, 8617. - Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library. - Signed on p. 70: Joseph Haynes, Haverhill, December 1, 1759. - Whittemore, C. New Hampshire, 39
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