A sketch of the rise and progress of Non-conformity and religious liberty, chiefly in relation to the English Independents; an address occasioned by the exhibition, at the Rusholme Road Chapel school rooms, Manchester, of the painting by J.R. Herbert representing the Independents advocating toleration in the Westminster Assembly

Bibliographic Information

Author
Griffin, James
Title
A sketch of the rise and progress of Non-conformity and religious liberty, chiefly in relation to the English Independents; an address occasioned by the exhibition, at the Rusholme Road Chapel school rooms, Manchester, of the painting by J.R. Herbert representing the Independents advocating toleration in the Westminster Assembly
Year of Publication
1846
City of Publication
Manchester
Publisher
T. Agnew
Category
Notes
1802 edition is the most complete but Palmer’s work – and abridgement of Calamy – remains unreliable