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Author: William Bentley
Title: The diary of William Bentley, D. D.,Pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts (Volume 1)
Publisher: Salem, Mass. : The Essex Institute
Subject (keywords, tags): Bentley, William, 1759-1819; East Church (Salem, Mass.); Salem (Mass.) -- History

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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


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