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RHODE ISLAND CIRCULAR LETTER INDEX


Editor's note: All of the Warren Association Circulars are included in the Rhode Island Index. - Jim Duvall
When Associations were first organized in this country the isolated condition of the churches, the difficulty and expense of communication whether by messengers or by mail and the entire absence of religious periodicals invested the Circular Letter with an importance and an authority of which but the shadow remains. Its chief office was instruction on important questions of the day; encouragement was but an incidental function. George B. Peck


Circular Letter, 1767
Warren Baptist Association
By James Manning

Circular Letter, 1773
Warren Baptist Association
"Religious Oppression of Baptists"
By Isaac Backus

Circular Letter, 1774
Warren Baptist Association

Circular Letter, 1777
Warren Baptist Association
By Isaac Backus

Circular Letter, 1782
Warren Baptist Association

A Summary of the Narragansett Baptist Association
Circular Letters, 1860-1874

By George B. Peck, 1874



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