Excerpt from The Early Baptists of Virginia: An Address, Delivered in New York, Before the American Baptist Historical Society, May 10th, 1856
Virginia; the time and circumstances under which their principles were here embodied in visible churches; the sub sequent extraordina... ry progress of these principles among the people; the causes of their unprecedented advance ment the controversies that prevailed among them, with the harmony, doctrinal and practical, at which they at length arrived; their in¿uence in the formation of the government of the State; and the position of their minis ters and people in the Commonwealth, intellectual, moral and social. The period within which I shall confine myself is that which commences with the settlement of James town, in 1607, and closes with the termination of the last century.
I. To what extent did the Baptist element exist among the early colonists of Virginia?
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