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" Virginia to the elders here, bewailing their sad condition for want of the means of salvation, and earnestly entreating a supply of faithful ministers, whom, upon experience of their gifts and godliness, they might call to office, etc. "
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine - Page 1306
by Henry Sweetser Burrage, Albert Roscoe Stubbs - 1909
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1815
...Behnet, a gentleman of Virginia, arrived at Boston, bringing letters with him from sundry well disposed people there, to the ministers of New England, bewailing...their gifts and godliness they might call to office. Upon these letters, (which were openly read at Boston, on a lecture day,) the ministers there met,...
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The History of New England from 1630 to 1649, Volume 2

John Winthrop - Massachusetts - 1826
...vol. I. 239, that this person had suffered in the petty persecution of some of the Weytnouth people. sad condition for want of the means of salvation,...their gifts and godliness, they might call to office, &c. Upon these letters, (which were openly read in Boston upon 'a lecture day,) the elders met, and...
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The history of New England from 1630 to 1649. With notes by J. Savage

John Winthrop - 1826
...vol. I. 289, that this person had suffered in the petty persecution of some of the Weymouth people. sad condition for want of the means of salvation,...their gifts and godliness, they might call to office, &c. Upon these letters, (which were openly read in Boston upon a lecture day,) the elders met, and...
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THE HISTORY OF NEW ENGLANDFROM 1630 TO 1649

JOHN WINTHROP,ESQ. - 1826
...introduced, for the simplicity of our present church discipline, a regimen at least as offensive as that from sad condition for want of the means of salvation, and earnestly entreating a supply of faithful mimsters, whom, upon experience of their gifts and godliness, they might call to office, &c. Upon these...
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The American Quarterly Register

Congregational Educational Society - Christian education - 1831
...Christ.} In IG22, an individual came from Virginia, with letters from many well-disposed people there, "bewailing their sad condition for want of the means...their gifts and godliness, they might call to office." After setting apart a day for prayer, it was agreed that Mr. Phillips of Watertown, Mr. Tompson of...
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The Quarterly Register, Volume 4

Education - 1832
...Christf In 1622, an individual came from Virginia, with letters from many well-disposed people there, " bewailing their sad condition for want of the means...their gifts and godliness, they might call to office." After setting apart a day for prayer, it was agreed that Mr. Phillips of Watertown, Mr. Tompson of...
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Thirteen historical discourses, on the completion of two hundred years, from ...

Leonard Bacon - 1839
...ministers of New England, from many well disposed people in the upper and newer parts of Virginia, "bewailing their sad condition for want of the means...their gifts and godliness, they might call to office." These letters having been publicly read at Boston on a lecture day, the elders of the Churches in that...
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Two discourses, delivered September 29, 1839, on occasion of the two ...

William Parsons Lunt - First Congregational Church (Quincy, Mass.) - 1840 - 147 pages
...objects of this mission. "In the same year (1642) one Mr. Bennet, a gentleman of Virginia, arrived at Boston, bringing letters with him from sundry welldisposed...their gifts and godliness they might call to office. Upon these letters, (which were openly read at Boston, on a lecture-day,) the ministers there met,...
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The early history of New England: illustrated by numerous interesting incidents

Henry White - History - 1841 - 428 pages
...ministers of New England, from many well-disposed people in the upper and newer parts of Virginia, ' bewailing their sad condition for want of the means...their gifts and godliness, they might call to office.' These letters having been publicly read at Boston on a lecture-day, the elders of the churches in that...
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The Early HIstory of New England

Rev. Henry White - 1843
...ministers of New Englnnd, from many well-disposed people in the upper and newer parts of Virginia, ' bewailing their sad condition for want of the means...their gifts and godliness, they might call to office.' These letters having been publicly read at Boston on a lecture-day, the elders of the churches in that...
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