3 edition of Memoir towards a character of Rev. John Eliot, S.T.D. found in the catalog.
Memoir towards a character of Rev. John Eliot, S.T.D.
|Other titles||Memoir on Dr. Eliot|
|Statement||by one of the members|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 29021|
|Contributions||Massachusetts Historical Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Memoir towards a character of Rev. John Eliot, S.T.D. prepared for the Massachusetts Historical Society, and published in their collections /. Get this from a library. Memoir towards a character of Rev. John Eliot, S.T.D.: prepared for the Massachusetts Historical Society, and published in their collections.
[Joseph M'Kean; Massachusetts Historical Society.].  [Joseph McKean], Memoir Towards a Character of Rev. John Eliot, S.T.D.
(Boston: [Massachusetts Historical Society] ). (Boston: [Massachusetts Historical Society] ). The Athenæum has a copy of the edition and two copies of the edition of this text.
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