The Records of the General Association of Ye Colony of Connecticut. Begun June 20th, 1738. Ending June 19th, 1799. Hartford, Conn.: Press of The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1888. 
Maroon cloth, old paper library label on spine, 6 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches, bookplate & other library matter within, 198 clean pp., top page edge gilt, rest deckled. This comes from a lot of material that we bought about ten years ago from the Congregational Library in Boston. Very good. Hardcover.
Records of the Congregational General Association during the period stated in the title. In skimming through we see Advises against letting George Whitefield occupy any pulpit within the Association. Advises to preach against the errors of Socinianism, Arrianism [sic], Arminianism, Pelagianism and Antinomianism. Reports on churches that have embraced error and that other churches should withdraw communion from them. Says that ministers should be supported financially. Speaks of support from England for Dr. Wheelock's Indian Academy. Addresses the dangers of the Revolutionary War period with a long letter (1778) by John Trumbull calling for resistance to the soldiers of Great Britain and her mercenaries.