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(INGLIS, Charles). ROBERTSON, Allen B. "Charles Inglis and John Wesley : Church of England and Methodist Relations in Nova Scotia in the Late Eighteenth Century." An article in The Nova Scotia Historical Review, Volume .7, No.1, June 1987, pp.48-63. Halifax, Nova Scotia : Public Archives of Nova Scotia). 8vo (153 x 230 mm), pale yellow illustrated carcovers, with black lettering to spine.
Also includes :
Philip G.A. Griffin-Allwood's "'Danger... of famishing in grace': The Idea of an American Episcopate, from Inception to Execution" (pp.8-22);
D.G. Bell's "Charles Inglis and the Anglican Clergy of Loyalist New Brunswick" (pp.24-47);
Otto Lohrenz's "The Reverend John Hamilton Rowland of Revolutionary America and Early Shelburne" (pp.64-82);
Heather M. Watts' "'Soul-chearing doctrines': Universalism in Nineteenth-Century Nova Scotia" (pp.83-99);
Roland K. McCormick's "Jacob Norton: The Forgotten of Atlantic Baptist History" (pp.100-105);
Marion D. Oldershaw's "The Barto Families: From 'Up the Bay' and Passamaquoddy Areas of the Bay of Fundy" (pp.106-123).
"A Tory - Loyalist Doctor's Prescription for Nova Scotia, 1784" [ John Haliburton ] (pp. 124-130).
Very good. 15.00
Title: Charles Inglis and John Wesley : Church of England and Methodist Relations in Nova Scotia in the Late Eighteenth Century." An article in The Nova Scotia Historical Review, Volume .7, No.1, June 1987
Publisher: Public Archives of Nova Scotia: 1987
Item: 1.00 Item
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