A True copy of a genuine letter, sent to the Archbishop of Canterbury, by eighteen Presbyterian ministers, in America: [electronic resource] : with some remarks thereon; in another letter to the congregations of the said ministers. By an old covenanting, and true Presbyterian layman. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]

New-York: : Printed in the year of our Lord, M,DCC,LXI. And sold by Andrew Steuart, in Philadelphia., [1761]
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 9027.
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McClenachan, William, b. 1714.
Synod of New York and Philadelphia (1758-1788).
Church of England -- Controversial literature.
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United States New York New York.
United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia.
The first letter is dated Philadelphia, May 24, 1760, and signed by John Rodgers and seventeen others.
The second letter is signed: This, in the utmost love for your souls, from your affectionate brother, a true Presbyterian layman.
Thomas Secker was Archbishop of Canterbury, 1758-1768.
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Secker, Thomas, 1693-1768.
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