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A plain address to Episcopalians on the proposed meeting at Mechanic-Hall
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An Address to the committee, acting under the authority of the meeting at Mechanic-Hall, on the subject of the memorial lately presented by them to the vestry of Trinity Church Published: () A word in season, touching the present misunderstanding in the Episcopal Church.
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A Plain Address to Episcopalians on the Proposed Meeting at Mechanic-Hall. New York, First Annual Report of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
New York: Dorr and Butterfield, Garnet, Henry Highland. A Memorial Discourse, by Rev. Henry Highland Garnet, Delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives, Washing-Cited by: 1. We, the subscribers, appointed at a meeting of Episcopalians of the City of New-York, to consider and adopt such measures as we shall think proper to pursue, in the present unfortunate state of our Church, request the members of the different Episcopal Congregations of this City, who disapprove of the late proceedings of the Vestry of Trinity.
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Read Boston Daily Globe Newspaper Archives, Feb 10,p. 8 with family history and genealogy records from Boston, Massachusetts Most clergy supported 8 For examples of anti- and pro-Hobart perspectives, see “The Resolutions Adopted at a Meeting of the Episcopalians at Mechanic Hall also Two Letters from the Honorable John Jay to the Reverend Cave Jones” (New York, ), 10–12; An Episcopalian, “A Plain Address to Episcopalians on the Proposed Meeting at.
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