Observations on a letter from Noah Webster, Jun. Esq. published in the Panoplist, and republished in a pamphlet in New-York. By an old-fashioned churchman

New-Haven: Oliver Steele & Co., 1809. First edition, 8vo, pp. 24; removed from binding; very good. Shaw & Shoemaker 17073; Sabin 56489; see Skeel 706 for a discussion of Webster's The Peculiar Doctrines of the Gospel (N.Y., 1809), which prompted this rejoinder, and involved Moses Stuart, Jedidiah Morse, Thomas Dawes, and others. Webster responded to Bowden's pamphlet, but the response was not published. Webster's pamphlet and Bowden's answer "became paert of the three-cornered wrangle then going on between the Calvinists, the Unitarians, and the Episcopalians, especially in the columns of the Panoplist and the Monthly Anthology of Boston." Item #44343

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