Early Baptists of Philadelphia
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Early Baptists of Philadelphia

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BAW.Jim]L ^(BWm^.B. 9 .li^o.iifr' o From an original portraat in the poaaession of hia =grand-daughtei-,IF?W? fWll Philadelphia. : APR 23 1932^ THE EARLY BAPTISTS OF PHILADELPHIA, BY REV. DAVID SPENCER. PHILADELPHIA WlILLIAM SyCKELMOORE 1877. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1877, in the Office of the Librarian of I I Congress at Washington, D. C. | i PHILADELPHIA: William Syckelmoore, Printei No. 1420 Chestnut Street TO THE MEMORY OF REV. SAMUEL JONES, D. D., WHO, FROM HIS GRADUATIONATTHE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, MAY 18th, TO HIS1762, DEATH ATLOWER DUBLIN,FEBRUARY 7th, 1814, WASANOBLEREPRESENTATIVEOFTHEEARLY BAPTISTSOF PHIL- ADELPHIA; FOREMOST INTHE AGGRESSIVEWORK OF OURDE- NOMINATION; GENEROUS IN HIS SYMPATHIES WITH ALL WHO LOVED THELORD JESUS ; BENEFICENT IN HIS EF- FORTS TOADVANCEMENTAL ASWELLASSPIRITUAL CULTURE; PATRIOTIC IN HIS DEVOTION TOTHE INTERESTS OF HIS COUNTRY THE FRIEND ; OFTHE NEEDY ; HOSPITABLE AND COUR- TEOUS TO ALL THIS WORK IS MOST ; RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED B-Y" THE ^TJ1'I3:OI^- IIxIxUSTRATIONS. Samuel D. D. FrontispieceRev. Jones, Barbadoes Storehouse. . 32 Church. 38Chri.st, Protestant Episcopal, 52Montgomery Baptist Meeting House. 70Southampton Baptist House. 76Hopewell Academy. Lagrange Place Meeting House. 87 108Carpenter's Hall. 119Independence Hall. 147Old Meeting House at Roxborough. . 163Lower Dublin Baptist Meeting House. 194First Church Broad and Arch Streets- -—— CONTENTS. Religious Lib-Founded.

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BAW.Jim]L ^(BWm^.B. 9 .li^o.iifr' o
From an original portraat in the poaaession of hia =grand-daughtei-,IF?W? fWll
Philadelphia.:
APR 23 1932^
THE
EARLY BAPTISTS
OF
PHILADELPHIA,
BY
REV. DAVID SPENCER.
PHILADELPHIA
WlILLIAM SyCKELMOORE
1877.Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1877, in the Office of the Librarian of
I
I
Congress at Washington, D. C.
|
i
PHILADELPHIA:
William Syckelmoore, Printei
No. 1420 Chestnut StreetTO THE MEMORY OF
REV. SAMUEL JONES, D. D.,
WHO, FROM HIS GRADUATIONATTHE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA,
MAY 18th, TO HIS1762, DEATH ATLOWER DUBLIN,FEBRUARY 7th, 1814,
WASANOBLEREPRESENTATIVEOFTHEEARLY BAPTISTSOF PHIL-
ADELPHIA; FOREMOST INTHE AGGRESSIVEWORK OF OURDE-
NOMINATION; GENEROUS IN HIS SYMPATHIES WITH ALL
WHO LOVED THELORD JESUS ; BENEFICENT IN HIS EF-
FORTS TOADVANCEMENTAL ASWELLASSPIRITUAL
CULTURE; PATRIOTIC IN HIS DEVOTION TOTHE
INTERESTS OF HIS COUNTRY THE FRIEND
;
OFTHE NEEDY ; HOSPITABLE AND COUR-
TEOUS TO ALL THIS WORK IS MOST
;
RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED
B-Y" THE ^TJ1'I3:OI^-IIxIxUSTRATIONS.
Samuel D. D. FrontispieceRev. Jones,
Barbadoes Storehouse. . 32
Church. 38Chri.st, Protestant Episcopal,
52Montgomery Baptist Meeting House.
70Southampton Baptist House.
76Hopewell Academy.
Lagrange Place Meeting House. 87
108Carpenter's Hall.
119Independence Hall.
147Old Meeting House at Roxborough. .
163Lower Dublin Baptist Meeting House.
194First Church Broad and Arch Streets-