A Letter to a Friend in the Country: Respecting the Petition for the Abolition of All Penal Statutes in Matters of Religion : Unanimously Voted by the Dissenting Ministers of London and Westminster ... February 2, 1813 : with Remarks on the Extra-ordinary Correspondence Between the Rev. Joseph Ivimey and J. Butterworth
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2d of February Abraham Rees adjournment April 21 Body Catholics cause Chairman CHRISTIAN RELIGION CHURCH of ENGLAND civil and religious COMPLETE RELIGIOUS LIBERTY concluding Resolution conscience dear sir deemed Deputation disciple of Christ Established Church EXTRAORDINARY CORRESPONDENCE faith former Meeting gentlemen Gospel Goswell Street House of Commons Houses of Parliament human interests of religion Jesus Christ JOHN EVANS JOSEPH BUTTERWORTH JOSEPH IVIMEY late Fast London and Westminster LoRD Holland Lord Sidmouth's Bill March 25 matters of religion Meeting at Redcross Messrs operation of PENAL Penal Statutes PERsecution Petition lately presented Petitioners PLETE RELIGIOUS Popery present the Petition principle progress of COMPLETE Protestant DISSENTING MINISTERs Redcross Street repeal reprobated RESPECTING THE PETITION SAMUEL PALMER sentiments spirit Statutes in matters subject of religion sword Thomas Rees Three Deno three Denominations tion to Parliament UNANIMOUSLY VOTED venerable waited upon LoRD whilst WILLIAM SMITH worship their Maker zeal