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Extracts from the journals kept by the Rev. Thomas Smith

late pastor of the First Church of Christ in Falmouth, in the county of York, (now Cumberland,) from the year 1720, to the year 1788, with an appendix, containing a variety of other matters

by Thomas Smith

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Published by printed by Thomas Todd in Portlnd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • First Parish Church (Portland, Me.),
  • Portland (Me.) -- History -- Sources,
  • White Mountains (N.H. and Me.) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementselected by Samuel Freeman.
    GenreSources.
    ContributionsFreeman, Samuel, 1743-1831.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination164, [3], 154, [2]p.
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14007468M


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Portland, Printed by T. Todd & co., " Smith was pastor of the First church in Falmouth, now Portland,and Deane his colleague and successor, Extracts from the Journals Kept by the REV. Thomas Smith, Late Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Falmouth, in the County of York (Now Cumberland), from the Year to the Year With an Appendix, Containing a Variety of Other Matters.

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Belcher then quotes from a Journal of Rev. Thomas Smith of Falmouth, Maine. See Christian History, I, His father, Thomas Smith, merchant of Boston, married a woman with an Irish name, Mary Curran. Smith, 's Journal was kept from to and extracts published in Sprague, op.

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Samuel Deane. With the permission of the Editors of the Manx Church Magazine it is my intention, as opportunity offers, to furnish extracts for insertion in the Magazine from the Register Books in the Parish of Ballaugh (which are said to be the oldest in the Diocese), and also from a book of Church Notes left in my charge by my predecessor, the Rev W.

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