|Other titles||Great Presbyterian conflict.|
|Statement||by the Rev. Chas. L. Thompson. Also, the fourteen famous sermons preached by Prof. Swing, "For utterances in which" the prosecution has based its charges of heterodoxy. The celebrated "Charges and specifications"; Prof. Swing"s Declaration; Prof. Patton"s famous argument; the answer to the same by Prof. Swing and his counsel; the closing argument by Prof. Patton, and the verdict of the Presbytery.|
|Contributions||Patton, Francis L. 1843-1932., Thompson, Charles Lemuel, 1839-1924.|
|LC Classifications||BX9193.S9 W6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||33022266|
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