Dr. Williams's library, and the debate on the Roman Catholic claims, January 20th, 1829 : with the history of the adjorned meeting on the 27th. To which is added extracts from the Manchester Socinian controversy, laws relative to dissenting trusts; "A true copy of the last will and testament of the late Reverend Daniel Williams, D.D." ... and "Papers relating to the late Daniel Williams, D.D. and the trust established by his will." The whole inteded to show the necessity of an immediate separation between the Trinitarian and Socinian members of the general body of dissenting ministers in London; and as an appeal to the evangelical dissenters throughout the kingdom to support, by their pecuniary contributions, a suit in chancery to recover the Library, & c. from the Socinians.
|Main Author:||Ivimey, Joseph, 1773-1834.|
London : Wightman and Cramp, 1829.
Church and state > Great Britain.
Unitarianism > England.
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