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The diary of William Bentley, pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts.

Book Book (1905-1914.)
Description: 4 v. front., plates, ports., facsims. 24 cm.
Publisher: Salem, Mass., The Essex Institute, 1905-1914.
16 of 58 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries). (Show all copies)
12 of 30 copies available at Salem.
0 current holds with 58 total copies.

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Salem Salem Collection *B/ BENTLEY,W./B/SAL. COLL. (Text to Phone) Vol. 1 Library Use Only -
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General Note: Miscellaneous after 1825.
Index at end of each volume: Classified subject index to the set at end of v.4
Full text available from the Internet Archive.
Contents: Contents.--v.1. Biographical sketch, by J.G. Waters. Address on Dr. Bentley, by Marguerite Dalrymple. Bibliography by Alice G. Waters. Account of the East meeting-house, by J.G. Waters. Diary of Dr. William Bentley, 1784-1792.--v.2. 1793-1802.--v.3 1803-1810.--v.4 1811-1819.
Authors: Waters, Joseph G. (Joseph Gilbert), 1796-1878 (Added Author). Dalrymple, Marguerite. (Added Author). Waters, Alice G. (Added Author). Essex Institute. (Added Author).

Citation:

Bentley, William. "The diary of William Bentley, pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts." Salem, Mass., The Essex Institute, 1905-1914.

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