Interesting Correspondence Between the Rev. John Johnson Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in Newburgh, State of New-York, and Miss Elizabeth Hone, Relative to the Change in Her Opinions, which Occasioned her Dismissal from His Church. Second Edition. [2 lines]

By: JOHNSTON, JOHN & ELIZABETH JONES.

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"JOHNSTON, JOHN & ELIZABETH JONES. An Interesting Correspondence Between the Rev. John Johnson Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in Newburgh, State of New-York, and Miss Elizabeth Hone, Relative to the Change in Her Opinions, which Occasioned her Dismissal from His Church. Second Edition. [2 lines] Philadelphia: Printed at Whitehall. 1817. Octavo. $45.00 Pamphlet, untrimmed page edges and some uncut, first and last leaves lightly soiled, light foxing. 42 (1)pp. American Bibliography #41165. Miss Jones was dismissed from the church ""inconsequence of her having embraced the doctrines of New Jerusalem."" (Swedenborg) And continues: ""we were struck with astonishment at the forcible reasoning and extensive knowledge of scripture displayed by this young and interesting, but uneducated female."" (13676) "

Title: Interesting Correspondence Between the Rev. John Johnson Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in Newburgh, State of New-York, and Miss Elizabeth Hone, Relative to the Change in Her Opinions, which Occasioned her Dismissal from His Church. Second Edition. [2 lines]

Author: JOHNSTON, JOHN & ELIZABETH JONES.

Categories: 19th Century Books, American Church History, Regional/Local Church History, Pamphlets, Women,,

Publisher: 1817 1817

Type: Pamphlet

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Item Number: 13676

Keywords: 19th Century Books, American Church History, Regional/Local Church History, Pamphlets, Women,