"A Letter from a Trinitarian to a Unitarian, Dated at Greenfield, August, 1820. ""To the Law and to the Testimony."""

By: [LEAVITT, JONATHAN.?]

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"Signed on p. 16: ""J.L."" This is identified faintly below in manuscript as ""Jon. Levitt.""/ Attributed to Jonathan Leavitt in Franklin B. Dexter's Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College... 1778-1792, 1907, p. 424. Also attributed to Joshua Leavitt by the National Union Catalog.""--OCLC. Jonathan Leavitt was a prominent citizen of Greenfield, Mass. from 1790-1831, and published other pamphlets there on religious subjects. Pamphlet in original blue wrapper, side-stitched, pages untrimmed, small dampstain on title, pages tanning, library accession number stamped at the bottom of p.3. Pagination: (1) title, [2]-16pp. OCLC locates 15 libraries holding this pamphlet. American Imprints 20-1920 adds 7 other libraries."

Title: "A Letter from a Trinitarian to a Unitarian, Dated at Greenfield, August, 1820. ""To the Law and to the Testimony."""

Author: [LEAVITT, JONATHAN.?]

Categories: 19th Century Books, Congregationalism, Unitarianism, Jesus Christ, Pamphlets, Theology, Trinitarianism,,

Publisher: Printed at Greenfield, (Mass.), by Denio & Phelps.: 1820 1820

Type: Book

Size: 19th Century Books,|Congregationalism,|Trinitaria

Item Number: 17715

Keywords: 19th Century Books, Congregationalism, Unitarianism, Jesus Christ, Pamphlets, Theology, Trinitarianism,