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The Resource A history of New-England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists. : Containing the first principles and settlements of the country; the rise and increase of the Baptist churches therein; the intrusion of arbitrary power under the cloak of religion; the Christian testimonies of the Baptists and others against the same, with their sufferings under it, from the begining [sic] to the present time. : Collected from most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern., By Isaac Backus, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Middleborough. ; Vol. I[-III]. ; [Four lines of quotations], (microform)

A history of New-England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists. : Containing the first principles and settlements of the country; the rise and increase of the Baptist churches therein; the intrusion of arbitrary power under the cloak of religion; the Christian testimonies of the Baptists and others against the same, with their sufferings under it, from the begining [sic] to the present time. : Collected from most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern., By Isaac Backus, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Middleborough. ; Vol. I[-III]. ; [Four lines of quotations], (microform)

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A history of New-England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists. : Containing the first principles and settlements of the country; the rise and increase of the Baptist churches therein; the intrusion of arbitrary power under the cloak of religion; the Christian testimonies of the Baptists and others against the same, with their sufferings under it, from the begining [sic] to the present time. : Collected from most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern.
Title
A history of New-England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists.
Title remainder
Containing the first principles and settlements of the country; the rise and increase of the Baptist churches therein; the intrusion of arbitrary power under the cloak of religion; the Christian testimonies of the Baptists and others against the same, with their sufferings under it, from the begining [sic] to the present time. : Collected from most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern.
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By Isaac Backus, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Middleborough. ; Vol. I[-III]. ; [Four lines of quotations]
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
MWA
Citation location within source
  • 15240
  • 18336
  • 30011
  • 979
Citation source
  • Evans
  • Evans
  • Evans
  • Alden, J.E. Rhode Island
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1724-1806
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Backus, Isaac
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1724-1806
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Backus, Isaac
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  • Baptists
  • Baptists
  • New England
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A history of New-England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists. : Containing the first principles and settlements of the country; the rise and increase of the Baptist churches therein; the intrusion of arbitrary power under the cloak of religion; the Christian testimonies of the Baptists and others against the same, with their sufferings under it, from the begining [sic] to the present time. : Collected from most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern., By Isaac Backus, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Middleborough. ; Vol. I[-III]. ; [Four lines of quotations], (microform)
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  • Title and imprint vary: v. 2, A church history of New-Engand. Vol. II. Extending from 1690, to 1784. Including a concise view of the American war, and of the conduct of the Baptists therein, with the present state of their churches. ... Providence: Printed by John Carter, and sold by Philip Freeman, in Union-Street, Boston. 1784.; v. 3, A church history of New-England. Extending from 1783-1796. ... With a particular history of the Baptist churches in the five states of New-England. Vol. III. ... Printed by Manning & Loring. Sold by S. Hall, no. 53, Cornhill, and by Manning & Loring in Spring Lane. 1796
  • Signatures: v. 1, [A]4(A1 + chi2) B-2U4 2W4 2X-3R4 3T-3U4 3W4 3X-3Y4 2A-B4; (L2 missigned K2 in some copies); v. 2, [A]4 B-3K4; v. 3, [A]4 B-U8 W8 X4 (X4 verso blank)
  • Vol. 1: [2], iv, [6], 544, 15, [1] p.; v. 2, xvi, 432 p.; v. 3, 334, [2] p
  • Errors in paging: v. 1, p. 85, 281-282, 453-454 misnumbered 58, 181-182, 452-453
  • Two states of gathering 3U of v. 1 noted. In one, the catchword on p. 515 is "His"; in the other, it is "born."
  • With an errata note at the end of each volume
  • Bookseller's advertisement, v. 3, p. [335]
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not applicable
Color
black and white
Control code
UMCaas99005544
Dimensions
20 cm. (8vo)
Dimensions
6x9 in. or 16x23 cm.
Emulsion on film
not applicable
Extent
3 v.
Form of item
microopaque
Generation
service copy
Positive negative aspect
positive
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normal reduction
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Microopaque.
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  • microopaque
  • remote
Label
A history of New-England, with particular reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists. : Containing the first principles and settlements of the country; the rise and increase of the Baptist churches therein; the intrusion of arbitrary power under the cloak of religion; the Christian testimonies of the Baptists and others against the same, with their sufferings under it, from the begining [sic] to the present time. : Collected from most authentic records and writings, both ancient and modern., By Isaac Backus, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Middleborough. ; Vol. I[-III]. ; [Four lines of quotations], (microform)
Publication
Note
  • Title and imprint vary: v. 2, A church history of New-Engand. Vol. II. Extending from 1690, to 1784. Including a concise view of the American war, and of the conduct of the Baptists therein, with the present state of their churches. ... Providence: Printed by John Carter, and sold by Philip Freeman, in Union-Street, Boston. 1784.; v. 3, A church history of New-England. Extending from 1783-1796. ... With a particular history of the Baptist churches in the five states of New-England. Vol. III. ... Printed by Manning & Loring. Sold by S. Hall, no. 53, Cornhill, and by Manning & Loring in Spring Lane. 1796
  • Signatures: v. 1, [A]4(A1 + chi2) B-2U4 2W4 2X-3R4 3T-3U4 3W4 3X-3Y4 2A-B4; (L2 missigned K2 in some copies); v. 2, [A]4 B-3K4; v. 3, [A]4 B-U8 W8 X4 (X4 verso blank)
  • Vol. 1: [2], iv, [6], 544, 15, [1] p.; v. 2, xvi, 432 p.; v. 3, 334, [2] p
  • Errors in paging: v. 1, p. 85, 281-282, 453-454 misnumbered 58, 181-182, 452-453
  • Two states of gathering 3U of v. 1 noted. In one, the catchword on p. 515 is "His"; in the other, it is "born."
  • With an errata note at the end of each volume
  • Bookseller's advertisement, v. 3, p. [335]
Base of film
not applicable
Color
black and white
Control code
UMCaas99005544
Dimensions
20 cm. (8vo)
Dimensions
6x9 in. or 16x23 cm.
Emulsion on film
not applicable
Extent
3 v.
Form of item
microopaque
Generation
service copy
Positive negative aspect
positive
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/reductionRatio
--
ReductionRatioRange
normal reduction
Reproduction note
Microopaque.
Specific material designation
  • microopaque
  • remote

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