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Rhode Island History Journal, Vol. 18, July 1959

In this issue:

Banjamin Bosworth Smith (1794-1884): Early New England Clergyman by W Roabert Insko Episcopal church Episcopalian Evangelicals Episcopalian priesthood Vermont Kentucky

The Franklin Press printing James Franklin The Rhode Island Gazette newspapers The Newport Mercury

The Baker Family of Rehoboth, Massachusetts by Walter M Baker John Baker Baker family Rehoboth, MA

Rhode Island Politics and the American Revolution, 1760-1766, David S. Lovejoy, reviewed by Richard P McCormick

Catalog of the Rhode Island Historical Society Furniture Collection (continued) by Ralph E Carpenter Jr bow front bureau side chair Chippendale tea table

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