Church and state, a political union, formed by the enemies of both [electronic resource] : Illustrated in correspondencies between the Rev. Stanley Griswold, and the Rev. Dan Huntington, and between Col. Ephraim Kirby, and the Rev. Joseph Lyman. : [One line of quotation].
- Bishop, Abraham, 1763-1844
- [New Haven?] : [publisher not identified], Printed, in the year of our Lord, MDCCCII. 
- Physical Description:
- iv, 1 unnumbered page, 6-60 pages ; 21 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Griswold, Stanley, 1763-1815
Huntington, Dan, 1774-1864
Kirby, Ephraim, 1757-1804
Lyman, Joseph, 1749-1828
- "The editor's preface. Great exertions have been made in New-England, to impress the people with a persuasion, that Republicans are opposed to Christianity. ... These exertions began with the contest on the presidential election, and have encreased to such an alarming height, that they threaten dissolution to the body politic ..."--p. [iii].
Attributed to Abraham Bishop, of New Haven, Conn., in Dexter, F.B. Biographical sketches of the graduates of Yale College, v. 4, p. 22.
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- Reviewed/Cited In:
- Shaw, R.R. American bibliography 2036
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