Title: The Churchman's Profession of His Faith and ...
Publisher: New-York: New-York Protestant Episcopal Tract Society, 1829
Publication Date: 1829
32 p. This may have been prepared for publication by John Henry Hobart, as an introductory note by Hobart, dated 1821, states, "This tract is altered, and, with some additions, adapted to the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, from a Tract exhibiting the Faith and Practice of a Member of the Episcopal Church of Scotland, published with the approbation of the Bishops of that Church." Also includes a hymn, beginning, "I love thy kingdom, Lord." No. 16 on back page. Tiny corner torn off back page, lightly foxed, crisp and firm; apparently separated from a set once bound together. Bookseller Inventory # 721vf6
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