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The Resource Two sticks made one, or, The excellency of unity : being a sermon preached by the appointment of the Congregational and Presbyterian perswasion at their happy union on the sixth day of April, 1691, which was a day set apart by them, partly to bewail former divisions and partly as a thanksgiving to God for Their present agreement and now at their unamimous request made publick, by Matthew Mead ., (electronic resource)

Two sticks made one, or, The excellency of unity : being a sermon preached by the appointment of the Congregational and Presbyterian perswasion at their happy union on the sixth day of April, 1691, which was a day set apart by them, partly to bewail former divisions and partly as a thanksgiving to God for Their present agreement and now at their unamimous request made publick, by Matthew Mead ., (electronic resource)

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Two sticks made one, or, The excellency of unity : being a sermon preached by the appointment of the Congregational and Presbyterian perswasion at their happy union on the sixth day of April, 1691, which was a day set apart by them, partly to bewail former divisions and partly as a thanksgiving to God for Their present agreement and now at their unamimous request made publick
Title
Two sticks made one, or, The excellency of unity
Title remainder
being a sermon preached by the appointment of the Congregational and Presbyterian perswasion at their happy union on the sixth day of April, 1691, which was a day set apart by them, partly to bewail former divisions and partly as a thanksgiving to God for Their present agreement and now at their unamimous request made publick
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by Matthew Mead .
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Language
eng
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Citation location within source
M1562
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Wing
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1630?-1699
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Mead, Matthew
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dictionaries
Target audience
general
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Two sticks made one, or, The excellency of unity : being a sermon preached by the appointment of the Congregational and Presbyterian perswasion at their happy union on the sixth day of April, 1691, which was a day set apart by them, partly to bewail former divisions and partly as a thanksgiving to God for Their present agreement and now at their unamimous request made publick, by Matthew Mead ., (electronic resource)
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  • Dedication: "To the Reverend the dissenting ministers of London, formerly called Congregational and Presbyterian, but now known by the name of United Brethren."
  • Advertisement on p. 32
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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ocm13676710e
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unknown
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[8], 32 p
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one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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ocm13676710e\
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Two sticks made one, or, The excellency of unity : being a sermon preached by the appointment of the Congregational and Presbyterian perswasion at their happy union on the sixth day of April, 1691, which was a day set apart by them, partly to bewail former divisions and partly as a thanksgiving to God for Their present agreement and now at their unamimous request made publick, by Matthew Mead ., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Dedication: "To the Reverend the dissenting ministers of London, formerly called Congregational and Presbyterian, but now known by the name of United Brethren."
  • Advertisement on p. 32
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocm13676710e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8], 32 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocm13676710e\

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