Memoirs of the Rev. John Rodgers, D. D., Late Pastor of the Wall-Street and Brick Churches, in the City of New-York

MILLER, Samuel

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Place Published: New York
Publisher: Whiting and Watson
Date Published: 1813

Description: Frontis. 432pp. 8vo, modern black cloth, scattered light foxing, mostly to margins. Frontis. and title page lightly dampstained in margins, cloth lightly soiled, page margins uncut. New York: Whiting and Watson, 1813. First Edition

Comments: Rev. John Rodgers was "Among the leaders of Presbyterianism during the late colonial period and the early days of the republic...He was a friend of Gilbert Tennent, Samuel Finlay, and Alexander MacWhorter, and also of John Witherspoon..." Dictionary of American Biography XVI, p. 75. Rev. John Rodgers was a pastor in New York City from 1765-1810. "Here his congregation so increased that it was soon necessary to build a second church, the congregation utilizing both, but remaining one ecclesiastical body." DAB XVI, p. 75. Shaw & Shoemaker 29166.

Edition: First
Binding: hardcover
Condition: good
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 251581

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