1774 · New-Haven
Edward Eells gives the Charge, and Samuel Lockwood the Right Hand of Fellowship. Woodward contrasts the religious person's voluntary service to the will of Christ, with slavery, "the involuntary subjection of a rational being to the will and service of another, as inconsistent with the first principles of reason and religion, and a reproach to mankind, especially in a christian land..."
Evans 13781. Trumbull 1710. ESTC W29277. (Inventory #: 36753)