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The nonconformist’s memorial: being an account of the ministers, who were ejected or silenced after the Restoration, particularly by the Act of Uniformity, which took Place on Bartholomew-Day, Aug. 24, 1662. Containing a concise view of their lives and characters, Their Principles, Sufferings, and Printed Works. Originally written by the reverend and learned Edmund Calamy, D.D. Now abridged and corrected and the author’s additions inserted, with many further Particulars, and new Anecdotes, by Samuel Palmer. To which is prefixed an introduction, containing a brief History of the Times in which they lived, and the Grounds of their Nonconformity. Embellished with the heads of many of those venerable divines. ...
London: Printed for Alexr. Hogg, at No. 16, Pater Noster-Row, 1778.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Israel Wilkes||Volume 1||8/24/1789||8/28/1789||Callamy's Noncon. Memorial||Self|
|John P. Pearss||Volume 1||11/27/1789||12/2/1789||Callamy's Nonconformists|
|John P. Pearss||Volume 2||12/2/1789||12/11/1789||"|
|Samuel Delaplaine||Volume 1||1/12/1792||1/14/1792||Cal Non Conformist|