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Letters addressed to Caleb Strong, late governor of Massachusetts, showing, that retaliation, capital punishments, and war, are prohibited by the Gospel; justified by no good principle; not necessary to the safety of individuals or nations: but incompatible with their welfare; inconsistent with the Christian character; and contrary to the laws of Christ.

Title:Letters addressed to Caleb Strong, late governor of Massachusetts, showing, that retaliation, capital punishments, and war, are prohibited by the Gospel; justified by no good principle; not necessary to the safety of individuals or nations: but incompatible with their welfare; inconsistent with the Christian character; and contrary to the laws of Christ.
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Note:Providence, Printed by Miller & Hutchens, 1818
  
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Subject:Capital punishment
Subject:Evil, Non-resistance to
Subject:War
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