A Letter From the Association, of the County of New-Haven, To The Reverend Elders, In the Colonies of Rhode-Island, and Massachusetts-Bay, Who Assisted in the Ordination, of the Rev. Mr. John Hubbard, At Meriden, June 22nd, 1769. To Which is Annexed, Remarks on the Confession of Faith and Examination, Of the Said Hubbard.

A Letter From the Association, of the County of New-Haven, To The Reverend Elders, In the Colonies of Rhode-Island, and Massachusetts-Bay, Who Assisted in the Ordination, of the Rev. Mr. John Hubbard, At Meriden, June 22nd, 1769. To Which is Annexed, Remarks on the Confession of Faith and Examination, Of the Said Hubbard.

New Haven: Thomas and Samuel Green, [1770].

First Edition. Wraps. 8vo. 24 pages. Disbound, printed wraps. Light scattered foxing and toning to contents. Untrimmed foredge and trimmed upper edge. Title page has a small closed tear on left margin and is starting to detach from the text. Old ink name of Sarah William written at the top of the title page. Benjamin Trumbull was the first historian of Connecticut. Early American imprint.

Evans 11900. Good +. Item #8578

Price: $250.00

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