Excerpt from The Several Trials of the Reverend David Barclay, Before the Presbytery of New-Brunswick, With Their Judgment at Oxford: An Appeal to the Synod of New York, and New Jersey; With Their Judgment in the City of New York I should have left this subject unnoticed, had the Presbytery of Hackettstown memory, acted with that kind of decorum by which great, dignified, and impartial judges should always be actuated.
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