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Whereas it is of the utmost importance for the different Christian denominations in this country, not belonging to the church, professing themselves to be in communion with the Church of England, to unite together for the preservation of their common and respective civil and religious rights and privileges ... it is thought proper for that purpose, to form a society ..
New-York, [blank] As civil and religious liberty is justly esteemed amongst the greatest of human blessings, the loss of which must necessarily be attended with the most complicated misery ..
New-York, July 1769 Mr. printer, I send you the inclosed copy of a printed circular letter, and the articles of a certain society of dissenters in this city, which I request you to insert in your newspaper, that the world may be convinced of the truth, candour, moderation, and charity, by which the members of the said society are actuated .
Reasons for the present glorious combination of the dissenters in this city, against the farther encroachments and stratagems of the Episcopalians from a brief recollection of what the latter have already done, to exalt their own party on the ruins of every other religious persuasion amongst us