Protest of the Laity of Trinity Church in the city of Boston

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Title

Protest of the Laity of Trinity Church in the city of Boston

Creator

Munroe & Francis

Date

1833

Description

This primary source describes a church in Boston, Trinity Church, having protests against the election of an assistant bishop. In the Lampligther, church plays an important role in both Gertrude and Mr.Bruce lives. When Gertrude was eight years old she was recused by Trueman Flint from her abusive guardian Nan Grant, which she then is raised lovingly and taught to be virtuous and have religious faith. Mr. Bruce is also very religious and frequently attends mass at his church. It is also important to note that in novel the church that Mr. Bruce always attends burns down and has to be rebuilt as a result of a fire.

Contributor

Michael Monahan

Source*

"Protest of the Laity of Trinity Church in the City of Boston." Google Books. Munroe & Francis, n.d. Web. 12 May 2015.

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Publisher

Munroe & Francis

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Citation

Munroe & Francis , “Protest of the Laity of Trinity Church in the city of Boston,” American Women's Bestsellers -- Spring 2015, accessed October 23, 2019, http://202s15.cesaunders.net/items/show/178.

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