A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy

on account of some passages relating to the Revd. Mr. Whitefield, in his book intitled Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England.
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Chauncy, Charles, -- 1705-1787., Great Awakening., New England theo
StatementBy George Whitefield, A.B. late of Pembroke-College Oxon. ; [One line in Latin from Horace]
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 5710.
The Physical Object
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Pagination[2], 14 p.
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A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy, on account of some passages relating to the Revd. Whitefield, in his book intitled Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England.

/ By George Whitefield, A.B. late of Pembroke-College Oxon. ; [One line in Latin from Horace] Whitefield, George, A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy: on account of some passages relating to the Revd.

Whitefield, in his book intitled Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England. A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy: on account of some passages relating to the Revd. Whitefield, in his book intitled, Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England.

[George Whitefield; American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)]. A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy: on account of some passages relating to the Revd.

Whitefield, in his book intitled Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England. By George Whitefield, A.B. late of Pembroke-College Oxon. [One line in Latin from Horace].

Chauncy, Charles, Title: A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, vindicating certain passages he has excepted against, in a late book entitled, Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England; and shewing that he has neither sufficiently defended himself, nor retracted his past misconduct.

/ By Charles Chauncy, D.D. A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy, on account of some passages relating to the Revd. Whitefield, in his book intitled Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England.

/ By George Whitefield, A.B. late of Pembroke-College Oxon. A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy book A letter to the Reverend Josiah Tucker, D.

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In Dr. Chauncy preached the Annual Sermon before the legislature of Massachusetts. In this sermon he expatiated, with great plainness and force, on some of the evils of the day, and particularly on the injustice which had been done to his professional brethren, in their having been allowed to suffer so severely from the fluctuations of the circulating : Emily Mace.

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Life. Charles Chauncy was born at Ardeley, Hertfordshire, England. The village was then known as Yardley. The manor belonged to the Dean and Chapter of St Paul's Cathedral, which leased the manor-house (a moated property called "Ardeley Bury") and the demesne lands to the Chauncy family.

He was educated at Immanuel Christian School, then at Trinity College, Born: Ardeley (then known as Yardley), Hertfordshire. Father Damian, the Rev. Hyde wrote in a public letter to the Rev.

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Father Damien; An Open Letter To The Reverend Doctor Hyde Of HonoluluCited by: 1. About Rev. Charles Chauncey Charles Chauncy (baptised November 5, – Febru ) was an Anglo-American clergyman and educator. He appears as one of the characters in the historical novel Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks.

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Term of office: Like his predecessor, Charles Chauncy () got into trouble for his religious beliefs. Chauncy’s troubles, however, preceded his arrival in the New World and, in fact, probably contributed to his decision to emigrate in Paul's Letter to American Christians.

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Hyde of Honolulu», from Robert Louis Stevenson. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS BOOKBrand: The Perfect Library. The Reverend is an honorific style most often placed before the names of Christian clergy and are sometimes differences in the way the style is used in different countries and church traditions.

The Reverend is correctly called a style but is often and in some dictionaries called a title, form of address or title of respect. The style is also sometimes used by leaders in. The salvation of all men strictly examined: and the endless punishment of those who die impenitent: argued and defended against the objections and reasonings of the late Rev.

Doctor Chauncy, of Boston ; in his book entitled "The Salvation of all Men," &: Abijah Chauncey Owen ( – ) was a Massachusetts Native who travelled west to participate in the California Gold Rush.

Family life. He was the son of Abijah Owen () and Laura Eggleston Owen (~). His father was a prominent farmer in Westfield, Massachusetts, listed in a book of the "Rich Men of Massachusetts."His grandfather, Abijah .Charles Chauncy (1 January – 10 February ) was an American Congregational clergyman.

He is known for his opposition to the First Great Awakening and his contributions to the development of Unitarianism and Liberal Protestantism, particularly his insistence on rational religion and defense of universal salvation.