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  • n. Plural form of Campbellite.

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Examples

  • The young man was a preacher of the sect called Campbellites, and his name was P.rley P. P.att.

    A Young Folks' History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

  • They were often called "Campbellites" by their opponents, but owing to the improvement in courtesy over the days of Luther and Wesley the name did not stick and one only hears it now in those remote sections where preachers wear long whiskers and celluloid collars.

    A History of Caroline County, Virginia

  • The Baptists never took him cordially; and in 1817, after five years of herculean labours, his followers, whom he wished to be known by the appellation of "Disciples of Christ", but who were generally styled "Campbellites", numbered only one hundred and fifty persons.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • This discovery, by a man so nearly related to the New England Unitarians, as Mr. Flint was, of a similarity betAveen his own and Mr. Campbell's views, is one indication of a parallelism between New England Unitarians and western "Campbellites" that has re - cel ved little or no attention from later historians.

    De la philosophie de la nature

  • This discovery, by a man so nearly related to the New England Unitarians, as Mr. Flint was, of a similarity between his own and Mr. Campbeirs views, is one indication of a parallelism between New England Unitarians and western "Campbellites" that has re - ceived little or no attention from later historians.

    De la philosophie de la nature

  • I thought they were Campbellites, or were they Christian Church?

    Oral History Interview with Harriette Arnow, April, 1976. Interview G-0006. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Presbyterians, Congregationalists, and Christians (Campbellites) had each some hundreds of thousands of members.

    Expansion and Conflict

  • In numerous other institutions the Methodists, Baptists, Congregationalists, Friends, and Campbellites trained their ministers and urged upon all the importance of education.

    Expansion and Conflict

  • You see the way of it was this: my folks was Campbellites, or Christians they'd ruther be called.

    Aunt Jane of Kentucky

  • It's curious how they don't like to be called Campbellites.

    Aunt Jane of Kentucky

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