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NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, THE SOUTHERN AND SOUTHWESTERN
CONGREGATIONAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY
Prof. J. II. Thaver
March 20, 1902.
COPYRIGHT, 1881, BY GEORGE B. JEWETT.
Stereotyped by Thomas Todd, 1 Somerset Street, Boston.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME V.
NEW YORK: PURITANS AND INDEPENDENTS AMONG THE EARLI-
EST SETTLERS OF MANHATTAN ISLAND AND OF WESTCHESTER
AND DUTCHESS COUNTIES - CONGREGATIONALISM IN WESTERN
NEW YORK AND THE GENESEE COUNTRY- MISSIONARY LABORS,
1784-1793-ORGANIZATION OF CHURCHES, 1790-1816-"PLAN
OF UNION IN OPERATION - ENCROACHMENTS OF PRESBYTE-
RIANISM — A NEW ERA IN NEW YORK CONGREGATIONALISM,
Many Puritans among the early settlers of New York, 2. Rapid
immigration from New England after the Revolutionary
War, 3. Adjustment of the boundary lines between New
England and New York, 3-4. Settlement of Westchester and
East Chester, 5. Early churches and ministers in Westchester
and Dutchess counties, 6. Churches formed at Salem and
Gloversville, 7. History of the church at Stillwater, 8-9.
Rev. Lebbeus Armstrong, 9, note. Churches at Canaan Four
Corners and at Howells, 10. History of the Middletown
church, 11-15. Churches in the southern and eastern coun-
ties of New York now extinct, 15-16. Congregationalism in
Western New York, 1784 to 1814, p. 17 and onward. Mis-
sionaries to "The Western Country" first sent out by Con-
necticut churches, 18. Connecticut Missionary Society incor-
porated in 1802, p. 19. Mission of Rev. Ammi R. Robbins,
19-20. Missions of Rev. David Huntington, Rev. Samuel Eells
and Rev. Aaron Kinne, 20-22. Church organized at Canan-
daigua, 1790, p. 23. Churches formed at Clinton, Paris and
Westmoreland, 1791, p. 24. Pastors of church at Clinton, 25.
Also of churches at Paris and Westmoreland, 26. Church