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PROTESTANT

NONCONFORMITY:

SKETCH OF ITS GENERAL HISTORY,

WITH

AN ACCOUNT OF THE

RISE AND PRESENT STATE OF ITS VARIOI'S

DENOMINATIONS

IN THE

TOWN OF BIRMINGHAM.

BY JOHN ANGELL JAMES.

“The wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable."

JAMES iii. 17.

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LONDON:
HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.

BIRMINGHAM:
J. W. SHOWELL; B. HUDSON; R. MATTHISON.

MDCCCXLIX.

N

J. W. SHOWELL, PRINTER, TEMPLE STREET, BIRMINGHAM.

ERRATA.

PAGE

29. Six lines from the bottom, read “ against religion,”

for “ of our religion.” 39. Eleven lines from the top, for “open,” read “upon." 84. Mr. Kentish did not resign his office in 1846, but

only retired from the full discharge of its duties. He is still recognised as one of the ministers of the New Meeting; and in fifth line from bottom, for

“Edmonds," read “ Edwards." 119. For “Honiton,” read “ Hoxton.” 140. For Palmer Street “School,” read “ Chapel.171. For “ Town Clerk,” in the foot note, read “ Clerk of

the Peace." 178. For “Edinburgh,” read “Glasgow,” as the University

where Mr. Dawson graduated. 186. Fifteenth line from the bottom, after the words “ad

dition to," add both.210. Supply “some of,” in seventh line from the bottom. 239. For “Merideth,” read “Meredith.240. Third line from bottom, for “better,” read “ bitter." 269. Twelfth line from the top, for “put by death,” read

put to death."

Bond Street Meeting House
Newhall Street Chapel
Graham Street Chapel, formerly called Mount Zion
Heneage Chapel
The Circus Chapel, Bradford Street

170 173 173 176 177

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