All Slave-keepers That Keep The Innocent In Bondage, Apostates Pretending To Lay Claim To The Pure & Holy Christian Religion; Of What Congregation So  by Benjamin LayAll Slave-keepers That Keep The Innocent In Bondage, Apostates Pretending To Lay Claim To The Pure & Holy Christian Religion; Of What Congregation So  by Benjamin Lay

All Slave-keepers That Keep The Innocent In Bondage, Apostates Pretending To Lay Claim To The Pure…

byBenjamin Lay

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W009836

Dated on p. 253: Abington, the 29th of the 3d mo. 1738. Ascribed to the press of Benjamin Franklin by Miller. Errata statement, p. [278]. "An address to the Elders of the Church" (on slave-keeping), by William Burling, p.[6]-10.

Philadelphia : Printed [by Benjamin Franklin] for the author, 1737 [i.e., 1738]. 271, [9] p. ; 8°.
Title:All Slave-keepers That Keep The Innocent In Bondage, Apostates Pretending To Lay Claim To The Pure…Format:PaperbackDimensions:284 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.6 inPublished:August 6, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1171475705

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