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Item name: Sermon by Rev. Caleb Prentiss of Reading, Mass., 1799
Summary: The installment of the Rev. Elias Hull to the pastoral office over the Church of Christ in Seabrook, NH
Description: Delivered at Seabrook NH, by Caleb Prentiss, A.M., pastor of the first Church in Reading (now Wakefield, MA) on Feb 6, 1799.

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Date: 1799-02-06
Location: US, NH, Seabrook
Collections: Religious
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