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At a Council held at Boston April the 4th. Whereas divers inhabitants are retired from out towns into the nearer towns Author: Massachusetts. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. A CHAPTER upon the great fires which find a place in the historical records of Boston cannot be better introduced than by giving an extract from an address given by the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop at an evening gathering of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Nov. 14, , held in honor of Mr. Froude, the distinguished English historian: —. The first Buddhist council is traditionally said to have been held just after Buddha's Parinirvana, and presided over by Mahākāśyapa, one of His most senior disciples, at a cave near Rājagṛha (today's Rajgir) with the support of king objective was to preserve the Buddha's sayings and the monastic discipline or rules ().
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