Church membership -- Massachusetts -- Early works to 1800. : A discourse concerning the church : in which the several acceptations of the Word are explained and distinguished; the Gospel Covenant delineated: a right of admission and access to special ordinances, in their outward administration and inward efficacy, stated and discussed. Designed to remove the scruples and reconcile the differences of Christians. By Moses Hemmenway, D.D. Pastor of a Congregational church in Wells. [One line from Isaiah].
Church of England -- Massachusetts. : The worship and principles of the Church of England: [electronic resource] : a sermon, preached at the opening of Christ's Church, in Great-Barrington, on Christ-Mass Day, M.DCC.LXIV. / By Thomas Davies, A.M. and missionary from the society.
Church polity -- Massachusetts. : Trial and defence of Mrs. Sally Thompson [electronic resource] : on a complaint of insubordination to the rules of the Methodist Episcopal Church, evil speaking and immorality, held before a select committee of said church in Cherry Valley, June 10, 1830 : to which is annexed, An exposition of some facts relating to her former movements and encouragement in said society / written by himself.
Church property -- Law and legislation -- Massachusetts -- Cases. : Report of some of the proceedings in the case of Oliver Earle and others, in equity, against William Wood and others : in the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts : including the opinion of the Court, as pronounced by Hon. Lemuel Shaw, C.J., involving questions brought into controversy, by a separation in the Society of Friends in New England, in 1845 / prepared under the advice of the complainants' counsel, by Sidney C. Bancroft.
Church tax -- Law and legislation -- Massachusetts. : At the Supreme Judicial Court, May term, 1810, in Cumberland present Hon. Theophilus Parson, chief justice ... Thomas Barnes versus the inhabitants of the First Parish in Falmouth [electronic resource].
Circuit courts -- Massachusetts. : Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five. [electronic resource] : An act dividing this commonwealth into districts, and establishing circuit courts of common pleas therein.
Circus -- Massachusetts -- Boston. : Federal Circus. [electronic resource] : By particular desire of a number of ladies and gentlemen Mr. Franklin, will have the honor of exhibiting in Charlestown, this evening, Monday May 20 ... a great variety of equestrian exercises ...
Cities and towns -- Massachusetts. : The policy and practice of Massachusetts in the division of towns [electronic resource] : from the testimony of Rev. Roland D. Grant before the Legislative Committee on Towns.
City halls -- Massachusetts -- Easthampton. : Address of Hon. E.H. Kellogg of Pittsfield, Mass. [electronic resource] : together with other exercises connected with the dedication of the Town Hall, at Easthampton, Mass., June 29, 1869.
Civil disobedience -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800. : A mysterious doctrine unriddled, or Unlimited submission and non-resistance to the higher powers, considered. : The substance of which was delivered in a sermon preached in the West Meeting-House in Boston the Lord's-Day after the 30th of January. Adapted to the present times. Published at the request of the hearers. By J------- M---------, A.M. pastor of the West Church in Boston.
Civil law -- Massachusetts. : Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four. [electronic resource] : An act describing the power of justices of the peace in civil actions.