A History of the Primitive Baptists of Mississippi: From the First Settlement by the Americans, Up to the Middle of the Xixth Century (Classic Reprint)

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In September, 1850, the Primitive Baptist Association appointed two persons (joseph Erwin and Benjamin Griffin) to write A Brief History of the Old School Baptists of Mississippi. 'lhe object of the Association, as appeared from the discussion, was to set forth our platform of principles, and show the contrast between the Old and New Schools. How far this object has been attained, is not for the writer to say.

In September, 1851, the Association was again convened. But little had been done towards the comtemplated history - and, indeed, the Author was more than half inclined to evade the task. But he was stimulated by the influence of friends to persevere in accomplishing the object in view.

In writing a history of this kind, a wide field has to be reconnoitred. What is now written only pretends to be a mere sketch of a vast subject. And no one can be more sensible than the writer of its numerous defects.

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