Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 1 (1822), 182–83.

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    Arguing for a more Christian response to such 'public calamities' as the current agricultural distress, observes: 'We have read somewhere, that Dr. Franklin, a man not over strict in his religious opinions, advocated the opening of the sittings of the American Congress with prayer to God' (183).

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