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Author: Magaw, Samuel, 1735-1812.
Title: A discourse delivered July 17, 1794. in the African Church of the city of Philadelphia, on the occasion of opening the said church, and holding public worship in it the first time, / by Samuel Magaw, D.D. Rector of St. Paul's. ; Divine service, introduced with select Scripture passages, and a special prayer, and then proceeding in its usual offices, having been performed by James Abercrombie, A.M. second assistant Minister of Christ-Church and St. Peter's. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]
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Print source: A discourse delivered July 17, 1794. in the African Church of the city of Philadelphia, on the occasion of opening the said church, and holding public worship in it the first time, / by Samuel Magaw, D.D. Rector of St. Paul's. ; Divine service, introduced with select Scripture passages, and a special prayer, and then proceeding in its usual offices, having been performed by James Abercrombie, A.M. second assistant Minister of Christ-Church and St. Peter's. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]
Magaw, Samuel, 1735-1812., St. Thomas' Church (Philadelphia, Pa.).

Philadelphia:: Printed by William W. Woodward, in Chesnut-Street, no. 41, Franklin's Head., [1794]
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African American churches -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.
Dedication sermons -- 1794.
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