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Hymns for the Use of the Society of United Christian Friends Professing the Faith of Universal Salvation. God Is Love.
1817
 

The Liturgy of the New Jerusalem Chruch. Respectfully Recommended to the use of the Societies of the New Church in the United States. A.D. 1822-66.
1822
 

1826
 

Missionary Intelligence; Being a Part of the Report of the Standing Committee of Missions, to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church...for 1811.
1811
 

Concerning the True Government, or Heavenly Form of Order for the New Jerusalem, with a Constitution, Written and Published in the Providence of the Lord, for His New Church.
1853
 

Charter and Fundamental Laws of the Corporation for the Relief of Widows and Children of Clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York.
1807
 

Documents Relative to the Controversy in the First Presbyterian Church of the City of Charleston, (S.C.) which Terminated in the Resignation of the Pastor.
1817
 

A Brief View of Facts, Which Gave Rise to the New-York Evangelical Missionary Society of Young Men, Together with the Constitution.
1817
 

Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary. Address to Episcopalians.
1817
 

The Address and Constitution of...
1796
 

Catechismus, oder Anfaenglicher Christlicher Glaubenslehre; Allen Christlichen Glaubens-Schulern Jung Oder Alt, Nothig und Nutzlich Sich Darin Zu Uben...
1763
 

Hoch-Deutsches Lutherisches und Namen-Buchlein fur Kinder. Verbesserte Auflage.
1810
 

Constitution and Canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Illinois. Adopted at the Convention held in St. Paul's Church, Peoria, 21st, 22d and 23rd October, 1857.
1857
 

1824
 

Die Ernsthafte Christenpflicht darinnen schoene, Geistreiche Gebacter, darmit sich fromme Christen-Harzen zu allen Zeiten und in allen Nothen trosten koennen.
1839
 

Der Kleine biblische Catechismus, zum Gebrauch...der Kinder in den Gemeinden der Evangelischen Gemeinschaft. Dritte Auflage.
1818
 

Katechismus oder Kurze und einfaltige Unterweisung aus der Heil. Schrift, in Fragen und Antworten...
1848
 

Gott su der Wittwe {God talking to a widow.] [And] Zuruf eines Leidenten, vot seinem, vot seinem Ende, an seine betrubte Wittwe und trauerude Kinder. [Words of a suffering man before his end, to his troubled widow and grieving children]. [Caption titles]. 4to broadsheet.
1840
 

Katechismus, oder Kurze und einsaltige Unterweisung aus der Heiligen Schrift, in Frage und Antwort, sur die Kinder zum Gebrauch in den Schulen....[Catechism, or Brief and simple instruction from the Holy Scriptures, in question and answer, for the children intended for the use in schools Brought forth by the Christian congregation in Waldeck, called the Mennonites].
1844
 

Audenken an den Tag der Ausuahme in die Kirche. Feyerlichst ubergeben...[Keepsake on the day of the reception into the Church].
1851
 

A Confession of Faith Owned and Consented to by the Elders and Messengers of the Churches in the Colony of Connecticut in New England, Assembled by Delegation at Say Brook, September 9th, 1708.
1760
 

Ein murkwurdigen Traum, ber im Jahr 1757 von einer gewissen Person, betressend Philadelphia...[Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadsheet, each side printed in two columns.
1768
 

The Providence Selection of Hymns, Supplementary to Dr. Watts....Particularly designed for Christian Worship.
1820
 

This is to Certify that (Col. Darius Branch)...is a (Member) for Life...New York (Nov. 12, 1847). [Signed by the President and three Secretaries]. Printed & holograph, with a large engraving of a printing press, surrounded by a crowd receiving printed books from two members of the Society.
10803
 

Folgendes is der Inhalt von diesem Abriss...[followed by text numbered through p. 22]. Broadside, 13" x 15." Browning & old folds, but very good.
1820
 

Bible Characters, Instructive and Entertaining, Compiled for the Use of Young Children.
1828
 

New Manual of Private Devotions. In Three Parts....First American Edition.
1810
 

A Collection of memorials Concerning Divers deceased ministers and others of the People called Quakers, in Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, and Parts adjacent, from nearly the first Settlement thereof to the Year 1787....
1787
 

The Camp-Meeting Hymn Book:...Used by the Methodist Connexion in the United States.
1832
 

Minutes of the Secretary of the Female Missionary Association of the Congregational Church, Brighton, Massachusetts, 1829-1843. Sq. 4to. 17 pp. Paper unlined notebook, hand sewn, loose binding, marbled covers. Ink. [and] Address on the 50th Anniversary of the Ladies Missionary Society, 1876, 3 folded leaves plain paper. Scrap included dated August 5, 1830: “Brighton Female Auxiliary Bible Society.”
1829
 

Record of Quarterly Conferences of the Warrior's Mark Methodist Circuit, Warrior's Mark, Pennsylvania, 1856-62. 39 pp. Folio. Contemp. calf backed boards. In. Some browning.
1856
 

Manual and Articles of Faith of the Main Street Presbyterian Church of Rising Sun, Indiana.
1851
 

Report of a Public Discussion, Between the Revs. Adin Ballou, and Daniel D. Smith; on the Question, "Do the Holy Scriptures Teach the Doctrine, That Men Will Be Punished...Held in Boston...
1834
 

The Confession of Faith and Covenant of the Congregational Church of Christ in Middlebury. [Caption title].
1810
 

THE FREE-WILL BAPTIST MAGAZINE, for the Year of Our Lord 1826. Volume 1, [# 1.]
1826
 

The Psalmody: a Collection of Hymns for Public and Social Worship. Compiled by Order of the Freewill Baptist General Conference.
1853
 

Complaint Concerning Salary of Minister. Bristol County Court, July Session, 1720. Signed by Nicholas White, Joseph Hodges, Complaintants. 1 p. Sheet 7.5 x 12.75 in., docketed on verso.  Folds, browned, few spots, slight tear at fold. Ink.
1720
 

First Church of Christ in Braintree. Compiled Records, including Church History, Minutes and Meetings: 1639 - 1788, Vital Records: 1688 - 1832. 200 pp. 8.25 x 10 in. Entries not strictly chronological. Authored by several hands, including Ministers John Hancock, Anthony Wibird, Lemuel Briant. Inscription inside front cover: “Elizabeth L. Baxter’s Book Melrose, Mass." Hand sewn old paper cover, holograph “Quin[cy] Records" written on chipped slip on front cover. Cover well worn, edges considerably chipped, spine mostly missing, chipping on edges of first two pages with some loss. Remainder browned, very legible ink.
1770
 

Sixth Congregational Church and Society, Springfield. Records of Subscribers. Ca. 1834-36. End paper of one notebook “Charles Stebbins, West Springfield’ in pencil. Three (3) 12mo. Notebooks. Contemp. 3/4 calf. 50 pp. Legible ink.
1834
 

Minutes of the Early Proceedings of the Baptist Society; Also the Charter of the Incorporation and By-Laws of the Charitable Baptist Society in Providence, R.I.
1828
 

The Christian Spectator. Howe & Spalding, New-Haven, Propose publishing a religious periodical work….[Caption title]. Broadsheet, [2] pp., dated September 8, 1818 at end, with integral blank leaf. Printed leaf with names of two subscribers from Berlin [Conn.] written in on verso, second leaf blank save for docket on verso. Folded as for mailing but never addressed. Very good.
1818
 

Petition to Ecclesiastical Council to Form a Congregational Church in Marlboro. Signed by Eight Church Members. N.p., [Marlboro, New Hampshire], n.d., ca. 1778. 7.5 x 12 inches. 1 p. Folds, repaired at folds, browned. Bright ink.
1778
 

A Late Letter From a Solicitous Mother to Her Only Son, Both Living in New England. The Eleventh Edition. [Bound with:] A Letter From a Father to His Son, In Answer to Queries Respecting the Struggles of Sin in the Mind of a Believer: Whether He Be in a State of Grace While Under the Struggles and Combats of Sin.
1798
 

Henry Ward Beecher and Theodore Parker. [From the Boston Liberator of Jan. 21, [1859]. Captiion title.
1859
 

Legal Document of Recognizance Concerning Mandatory Church Attendance. September 4, 1779. Signed by Robert Luscombe, Justice of the Peace. Bristol County, Massachusetts. Sheet 8 x 10.75 inches. 1 p. Docketed on verso. Legible ink. Browned. Right edge slight fraying.
1779
 

ILLINOIS BAPTIST ANNIVERSARIES [Wrapper title]. A run of seven consecutive issues. [V.p. 1852-1858.] Altogether, 7 vols. 8vo. Printed wrappers, some shelfwear with light stains and soiling, &c., one year damaged (see below), otherwise generally very good.
1852
 

Report of the Committee of the U.S. Senate, on the Petition Against the Transportation of Sunday Mails. [Caption title]. Broadside on silk, 19-1/2" x 15-1/2". Text printed in two columns. Eagle printed at top with typographical border. Minor staining. Covered with plastic on cardboard.
1829
 

MARKS, WILLIAM. Ledger of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Naples, New York. 1850-1864. Narrow folio. 40 pp. Contemp. marbled boards, calf back. Well worn, faded, spine separating, some pages cut out. Endpapers pasted with news clippings. Approximately 10 loose receipts, 1864-6.
1850
 

?SEVERANCE, CHARLES. History of Roman Catholicism...Together with a Full Disclosure of the Secret Designs and Operations of Popery in the United States...
1836
 

A KEMPIS, THOMAS. Of the Imitation of Christ: in Three Books. Translated from the Latin...by John Payne.
1805
 

ABBOT. SAMUEL & JONA The Proceedings and Documents Relative to Certain Members Separating From the Church in Wilton [N.H.].
1824
 

ADAMS, HANNAH. A View of Religions, in Two Parts....The Third Edition, with Large Additions.
1801
 

ADAMS, HENRY. Letters to a Niece and Prayer to the Virgin of Chartres. With a Niece's Memories by Mabel La Farge.
1920
 

ALLEN, REV. B.R. A Letter from Rev. B[enjamin] R. Allen, to Theophilus Hutchings, Esq. and others.[Caption title].
1839
 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIE Petition to Install Rev. Chester Colton as a Member. Brentwood, New Hampshire, February 16, 1819. Signed by 33 Female Congregants. Sheet 11.75 x 15 in. Folded in half, 3 pp. Previous folds, browning, small holes at folds, no loss.
1819
 

AMERICAN DOCTRINAL T Doctrinal Tract. No. 1 -[3,4,6,7,9-12,15,17-24,26-33]. 26 tracts, all in orig. printed wrappers.
1820
 

AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHO Catalogue of Sunday School Books...
1832
 

AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHO Tahiti, Receiving the Gospel.
1832
 

AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHO Directions for Forming and Conducting Sunday-Schools. Second edition.
1829
 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIE The Publications of the American Tract Society. Vol. I-VIII; # 1-253 (First Series, complete).
1825
 

ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL Catalogue of the Professors and Students of the Theological Seminary, Andover, Mass. January, 1819. [Caption title]. Broadside, 18.5" x 11.5". Typographical border. [and] Catalogue of the Professors and Students of the Theological Seminary, Andover, Massachusetts, December, 1824.
1819
 

ANON The Land Without the Sabbath. A Grandmother's Tale
1841
 

ANON. Christianity and Infidelity. Or a Discussion on the Doctrine of Materialism. Originally Published in the New-England Telegraph.
1834
 

ANON. The Life of Mahomet; or, the History of that Imposture which was Begun, Carried on, and finally Established by Him in Arabia; and which has Subjugated a larger Portion of the Globe, than the Religion of Jesus has yet set at Liberty. To which is added, an Account of Egypt. First American Edition.
1802
 

ANON. A Review of the Prosecution Against Abner Kneeland, for Blasphemy. By a Cosmopolite.
1835
 

ANON. The Adopted Daughter, or the Trials of Sabra. A Tale of Real Life. Edition,--Five Thousand Copies.
1858
 

ANON. A Letter from a Friend in America, to Luke Howard, of Tottenham, Near London, in which the Character of Our Late Friend, Job Scott, is Vindicated and Defended, and his Doctrines shown to be consistent with Scripture and sound reason. In reply to a letter addressed by Luke Howard to the Author.
1826
 

ANON. The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth. Addressed to the Rev. Cave Jones; and Recommended to the Consideration of All Whom It May Concern.
1812
 

ANON. A Religious Colloquy, Being an Examination of an Important Subject of Religion...By a Friend to Truth.
1809
 

ANON. A Harmony of the Gospels, on the Plan Proposed by Lant Carpenter.
1831
 

ANON. Bishop's Bonus, Seabury College, Divine Right of Presbyterianism, and Divine Right of Episcopacy: in a Series of Essays...Together with a Concluding Number, from the Writer Under the Signature of "Toleration"...
1816
 

ANON. Thoughts on Sabbath Schools by a Sabbath School Teacher. With an Allegory. As Published in the "N.E. Religious Herald."
1852
 

ANON. An Essay on the Atonement, Being an Attempt to Answer the Question, Did Christ Die for All Mankind? By a Friend to Truth.
1811
 

ANON. Lectures to Young Ladies. To which are added, Short Hymns, Suited to the Subjects. By a Lady.
1801
 

ANON. Dutch Reformed Church Book of Lectures & Sermons and Record of Funerals Attended, 1837-1844. 558 pp. Front cover lacking, some fraying. Sewing becoming weak. Ink very legible.
1837
 

ANON. Considerations for a Candid Mind Enquiring After Divine Truth.
1854
 

ANON. Supplement to the Boston-Gazette, Etc. of (No. 815.) Monday, November 19, 1770. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadsheet, printed in three columns on each side. Moderately browned, but very good in double-side glass & wood frame.
1770
 

ANON. The Folly of Worship, or the Curse of Godism. An Inspirational Essay...
1886
 

ANON. Diary of a Student of Christian Theology. (Supplied title.) Clyde, New York. April 1901- May 10, 1903. Notebook lacks cover and initial pages. 6.75 x 8.5 inches. 210 pp. First pages disbound, back twenty or so corners chipped. Ink, slightly browned. Fair.
1901
 

ANON. Sabbath School Hymn. [Caption title]. Sq. large 4to. linen broadside. With three hymns of verses, circular & square typographical borders, two lines of music, with notes, three vignettes, etc.
1831
 

ANON. The Writings of a Pretended Prophet, (in Six Letters) Who Assumed the Title of "A Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ," officially commissioned by Almighty God, to demand and receive of Abraham Morhouse, Esq. Of Johnstown, (New York) two thousand pounds; with terrible Denunciations in case ofrefusal. To which is added His Recantation: or Four Letters, Written by the Prophet, after his detection. Second Vermont Edition. Juyy [!], 1816.
1816
 

ANON. Infidelity Punished. Report of a Remarkable Trial. The King vs. The Rev. Robert Taylor, a Minister of the Established Church of England. For a Blasphemous Discourse Against Our Lord Jesus Christ. Lord Tenterden on the Bench. Wednesday, October 24, 1827. In Which the Verdict was Guilty.
1827
 

ANON.. Essay on "3 Lamentations 24" from the King James Bible. Ca. 1790s. Place unknown. 6 x 8 inches. Sheets folded in half. 23 pp. Bright ink.
1790
 

ARNDT, JOHANN. Des hocherleuchteten lehrers ....sechs bucher vom wahren Christenthum...
1834
 

AVERY, DAVID. Two Sermons on the Nature and Evil of Professors of Religion Not Bridling the Tongue.
1791
 

AVERY, EDWARD. Committee on Parishes. January 17, 1865 to May 26, 1868. Holograph Notebook, paper covers. 7.5 x 10.25 in. 37 pp. Title sticker, ink. Cover and spine wear. Overall tight.
1865
 

BACON, LEONARD. Hymns and Sacred Songs; for the Monthly Concert and Similar Occasions.
1823
 

BAKER, JOHN. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ. [Caption title]. 24" x 32" plus rollers. Slight marks of wear, but excellent condition; paper applied to contemporary linen.
1835
 

BALDWIN, GEO. C. Representative Women: from Eve, the Wife of the First, to Mary, the Mother of the Second Adam.
1855
 

BALDWIN, GEO. C. Representative Women: from Eve, the Wife of the First, to Mary, the Mother of the Second Adam.
1856
 

BALLOU, ADIN Farewell to the School House Chapel. Lines written...and read at the close of the last Sunday Service in the Hopedale School House Chapel. [Caption title.] Broadside, 4" x 9.5"
1870
 

BALLOU, ADIN. Lecture on the Inspiration of the Bible. Delivered in the Town Hall, Milford, Mass., Sunday Evening, January 16, 1859. [Caption title].
1859
 

BALLOU, ADIN. Lecture on the Inspiration of the Bible. Delivered in the Town Hall, Milford, Mass., Sunday Evening, January 16, 1859. [Caption title].
1859
 

BALLOU, ADIN. The Touchstone, Exhibiting Universalism and Restorationism as They Are Moral Contraries. By a Consistent Restorationist.
1837
 

BALLOU, ADIN. THE RESTORATIONIST. Vol. II, # 1 - 10; Vol. III, # 4 & 5. January 1838 - May 1839.
1838
 

BALLOU, HOSEA The Ancient History of Universalism...
1829
 

BALLOU, HOSEA & HOSE Devoted to Doctrine, Religion, and Morality. Vol. IV - VII, # 4. June 29, 1822 - July 16, 1825. 160 issues.
1822
 

BALLOU, HOSEA. A Series of Letters, in Defence of Divine Revelation; in Reply to Rev. Abner Kneeland's Serious Inquiry into the Authenticity of the Same. To which is added, a Religious Correspondence...
1820
 

BALLOU, HOSEA. Order of Services, at the Funeral of Rev. Hosea Ballou, Senior Pastor of the Second Universalist Society, Wednesday Afternoon, June 9, 1852. [Caption title].
1852
 

BAPTIST GENERAL TRAC No. 1. Memorable Thoughts, and Holy Resolutions [Wrapper title] - No. 144. The Substitute. By A. M. Beebee. [Caption title]. 47 different tracts, most in original printed wrappers, with vignette on the front wrapper.
1820
 

BARNARD, JOHN. A Proof of Jesus Christ His Being the Ancient Promised Messiah: a Sermon Preach'd in the Chapel of Harvard-Colledge at Cambridge in New-England, June 23, 1756.
1756
 

BARR, OLIVER Truth Triumphant; or, a Candid Examination of the Trinitarian Doctrine: Being a Reply to Two Pamphlets Recently Published by Mr. Babcock and Mr. Tacket, Ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church
1834
 

BARTHELEMY, PETER. Rev. Anthony Verren, Pastor of the French Episcopal Church of the Saint-Esprit, at New York. Judged By His Works. (Followed by a Cut of a Snake).
1840
 

BARTLETT, SAMUEL C. An Appeal for Ministers: A Discussion on the Necessity for a Great Effort to Supply the Country with Preachers of the Gospel...
1865
 

BEECHER, LYMAN?. Review of a Pamphlet on the Trust Deed of the Hanover Church.
1828
 

BEECHER, LYMAN. Lectures on Scepticism...
1835
 

BELKNAP, JEREMY. A Plain and Earnest Address from a Minister to a Parishoner, on the Neglect of the Public Worship and Preaching of the Gospel.
1812
 

BIRNEY, JAMES G. The American Churches the Bulwarks of American Slavery. Third American Edition, Revised by the Author.
1885
 

BISHOP, ABRAHAM. The Triumph of Truth. History and Visions of Clio. By John Paul Martin [pseud.].
1791
 

BLANCHARD, STEPHEN. A Letter Addressed to Ethan Smith, the Congregational Minister in Hopkinton, N.H. Occasioned by His Sermon, Entitled "Episcopacy Examined."
1817
 

BLANCHARD, STEPHEN. A Letter Addressed to Ethan Smith, the Congregational Minister in Hopkinton, N.H. Occasioned by His Sermon, Entitled "Episcopacy Examined."
1817
 

BOUDINOT, ELIAS. The Second Advent, or Coming of the Messiah in Glory, Shown to be a Scripture Doctrine, and Taught by Divine Revelation, from the Beginning of the World. By an American Layman.
1815
 

BOWDEN, JOHN. A Full-Length Portrait of Calvinism. By an Old-Fashioned Churchman. The second edition, with Additions and Corrections.
1809
 

BOWDEN, JOHN. A Full-Length Portrait of Calvinism. By an Old Fashioned Churchman.
1809
 

BRAGHT, THIELMAN J.V Der Blutige Schau-Platz oder Martyrer-Spiegel der Tauffs Gesi nten oder Wehrlosen-Christen...
1748
 

BRAGHT, THIELMAN J.V Der Blutige Schau-Platz oder Martyrer-Spiegel der Tauffs Gesi nten oder Wehrlosen-Christen...
1814
 

BRAINARD, JOHN G.C. The Poems...A New and Authentic Collection, with an Original Memoir of His Life.
1842
 

BRAINARD, Rev. THOMA 3-1/2 pp. ALS to Deacon Wait Talcott at Rome, Oneida, New York...Andover (Massachusetts), June 24th (crossed out), July 9th, 1829. 10 x 16 inches, folded in half. Ink. Integral address with postmark.
1829
 

BRENTON, EBENEZER. Summons of Court of General Sessions, Dighton, Massachusetts, Sept. 1, 1719. Half sheet holograph document, written both sides. Show-throughs, but legible.
1719
 

BREWSTER, H.B. "Truth is Power." A Statement of Facts, Respecting the Slander, Deception, and other Abominations of the Orthodox. By a Friend of Truth.
1833
 

BRIDGE, MATTHEW. Two Partial Sermons Preached by Matthew Bridge, Later Known as “George Washington’s Chaplain,” Written June 12, 1760. One Sermon Preached in Sudbury, Massachusetts, March 28, 1762, and again in 1764. 23 pp. 3.75 x 6.25 inches. Hand sewn paper, partly disbound, edges chipped, half of one page missing.
1760
 

BROBST, S.K. Christtags--Liturgie uber Kindergottesdienst--Ordnung, in zwei Andachten, sur das liebe Weihuachtsfest.
1840
 

BROMLEY, THOMAS. The Way to the Sabbath of Rest. Or the Soul's Progress in the Work of the New-Birth. With Two Discourses of the Author never before Printed viz. The Journeys of the Children of Israel...and A Treatise of extraordinary divine Dispensations, under the Jewish and Gospel Administrations. To which are added a Discourse on Mistakes concerning Religion, Enthusiasm, Experiences &c. By Thomas Hartley. [and] Observations On the Inslaving, importing and purchasing of Negroes; With some Advice thereon, extracted from the Epistle of the Yearly-Meeting of the People called Quakers held at London in the Year 1758. Second Edition. Germantown: Printed by Christopher Sower, 1760.
1759
 

BROOKE, SAMUEL. Slavery, and the Slaveholder's Religion; as Opposed to Christianity.
1846
 

BROOKS, CHARLES A Family Prayer Book, and Private Manual...with a Collection of Hymns. First Stereotype Edition
1833
 

BROWN, ERASTUS. The Trial of Cain, the First Murderer, in Poetry, by Rule of Court; in which a Predestinarian, a Universalian, and Arminian Argue as Attorneys at the Bar; theTwo Former as the Prisoner's Counsel, the Latter as Attorney General.
1834
 

BROWN, SYLVANUS. Voice Around the Jail. Vol. I, # 2. Sm. folio. 4 pp.
1843
 

BUCHANAN, CLAUDIUS. Christian Researches in Asia: with Notices on the Translation of the Scriptures into the Oriental Languages. To which is added, the Star in the East...with an Appendix...
1813
 

BUGBEE, AURIN. Unitarian Minister’s Marriage records 1832-1853. 125 pp. Guilford, Windham County, Vt. 1832-1836, 16 pp. Charlton, Worcester County, Mass. 1837-1853. 87 pp., plus some scrap publishments. Sermons, speeches, most 1831. 22 pp. Contemp. calf, side pockets. Ink. Covers lightly worn, pages browned. Overall very good, bright and legible.
1832
 

BUNYAN, JOHN. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is To Come. Delivered Under the Similitude of a Dream. With Notes...
1813
 

BURDER, GEORGE. The Closet-Companion: or an Help to serious Persons, in the important Duty of Self-Examination. Intended to be fixed up in the Christian's usual Place of Retirement, in order to remind him of, as well as to assist him in the Work. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13" x 20", printed in three columns, some fraying in the middle vertical fold, affecting a few words.
1805
 

BURDER, GEORGE. The Closet-Companion: or a Help to Serious Persons, in the Important Duty of Self-Examination. Intended for the Perusal of the Christian...
1813
 

BURR, C.C. A Review of Rev. Mr. Lane's Lectures Against Universalism, In Six Numbers. Containing Critical and Argumentative Remarks on Every Passage of the bible which the Advocates of Endless Misery Quote to Support that Doctrine. No. 1.
1844
 

BUSH, GEORGE. The Life of Mahommed. Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of the Saracens. First Canada Edition.
1831
 

CANISIUS, ST. PETER. Catholischer Catechismus, worin die Catholische Lehre nach den Funf Hauptstucken...[Ed. by Adam Britt].
1810
 

CARPENTER, EZRA. Church of Christ in Swanzey. Report of Council. Dismissal of Rev. Ezra Carpenter. March 15, 1769. Holograph, sheet 12 x 15 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Folds, browned, small holes at folds. Edges worn. Ink bright.
1769
 

CARTWRIGHT, PETER. Autobiography of Peter Cartwright, the Backwoods Preacher. Edited by W.P. Strickland. Forty-second thousand.
1856
 

CATTO, Rev. WILLIAM A Semi-Centenary Discourse, Delivered in the First African-Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the Fourth Sabbath of May, 1857: with a History pf tje Church from Its First Organization: Including a Brief Notice of Rev. John Gloucester, Its Ffirst Pastor. Also, an Appendix, Containing sketches of all the Colored Churches in Philadelphia.
1857
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. A Sermon on War: Delivered before the Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusets, May 30, 1816....
1816
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Lectures on the Elevation of the Labouring Portion of the Community.
1840
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM EL Three (3) Page ALS 4to., to Joseph Tuckerman, DD. Newport (R.I.), September 30, 1839. Sheet folded with integral address and postmark. Folds, small hole at wax seal. Ink slightly faded, otherwise fine.
1839
 

CHANNING, WM. ELLERY 1-1/2 pp. ALS, Signed, to his Uncle, Rev. Henry Channing. Newport [R.I.], Oct. 12, 1836. Plus address leaf with postal markings and docket, presumably in Rev. H. Channing’s hand. 4to. Old folds, some foxing and brown stains, small hole where sealed but without significant loss.
1836
 

CHAPMAN, JAMES L. Americanism versus Romanism; or, the Cis-Atlantic Battle between Sam and the Pope.
1856
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Letters and Religion.
1924
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Notes on Religion.
1915
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Notes on Religion.
1915
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Notes on Religion.
1922
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Collected Works...27 works in 12 volumes. 1892-1933. Introductions by Melvin H. Bernstein. Memoir by Chanler Chapman. Bibliography by David M. Stocking, augmented by the Publisher. ISBN 087730-003-8.
1970
 

CHAUNCY, CHARLES. Seasonable Thoughts on the State of Religion in New-England, a Treatise in five Parts....
1743
 

CHAUNCY, CHARLES. A Discourse On "the good News from a far Country." Deliver'd July 24th. A Day of Thanksgiving...on Occasion of the Repeal of the Stamp-Act...
1766
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. The Sin of Slavery, the Guilt of the Church, and the Duty of the Ministry.
1858
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. The Guilt of Slavery and the Crime of Slaveholding, Demonstrated from the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures.
1860
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. The Guilt of Slavery and the Crime of Slaveholding, Demonstrated from the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures.
1860
 

CHRISTY, DAVID Edito
1835
 

CHURCHMAN, JOHN. An Account of the Gospel Labours, and Christian Experiences of a Faithful Minister of Christ...
1779
 

CLARK, B.F. Alarming Developments, Connected With Our Courts. The Wrong Member of Middlesex Bar, Convicted of Perjury, and the Means By Which It Was Accomplished Exposed! [Wrapper title].
1848
 

CLARK, J. Ed.. ZION'S ADVOCATE. Devoted to the Cause of God and Truth. [Caption title]. Vol. I, # 2-7, 11, 13-14, 16-19, 21-24. Jan 21 - Dec. 16, 1854.
1854
 

COKE, THOMAS & FRANC Consisting of Extracts and Original Treatises on General Redemption. Vol. I. For the Year 1789.
1789
 

COMSTOCK, JOSHUA. A Short History of the Life of Joshua Comstock, Together with His Sufferings, Rise, and Conversion to Christianity.
1822
 

CONANT, WILLIAM C. Narratives of Remarkable Conversions and Revival Incidents: Including a Review of Revivals...an Account of the Great Awakening of 1857-'8. With an Introduction by Henry Ward Beecher.
1859
 

CONDIE, THOMAS Trans Sentiments Upon the Religion of Reason and Nature, Carefully Translated from the Original French Manuscript, Communicated by the Author. Entered as the Act Directs.
1795
 

CONDIE, THOMAS Trans Sentiments Upon the Religion of Reason and Nature, Carefully Translated from the Original French Manuscript, Communicated by the Author. Third Edition.
1795
 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURC Articles of Consociation, Revised, with Some Additions, Recommended to a Number of Churches in the Western Districts of Vermont, and Parts Adjacent, by Their Representatives, Met at Pawley, June 7, 1798.
1806
 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURC Proceedings of the Convention of Congregationl Ministers, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; Together with a Statement of the Number, and Names of the Congregational Associations, Ministers, Candidates, Vacancies, &c. in the Commonwealth; Letters of Correspondence with the Congregational and Presbyterian Churches in other States, &c. Published by Order of Convention. MDCCXCV.
1795
 

COOKE, M.F. Report of the Trial of McLaurin F. Cooke, Sub-Master of the Eliot School, of the City of Boston, for an Assault and Battery Upon Thomas J. Wall, a Pupil of that School...
1859
 

COOLEY, TIMOTHY MATH Sketches of the Life and Character of the Rev. Lemuel Haynes, for Many Years Pastor of a Church in Rutland, Vt., and Late in Granville, New-York. With Some Introductory Remarks by William B. Sprague.
1839
 

COOLEY, TIMOTHY MATH Sketches of the Life and Character of the Rev. Lemuel Haynes, for Many Years Pastor of a Church in Rutland, Vt., and Late in Granville, New-York. With Some Introductory Remarks by William B. Sprague.
1838
 

CROSWELL, JOSEPH. Sketches of the Life, and Extracts from the Journals, and other Writings, of the Late Joseph Croswell; Who, for More Than Forty Years, was an Itinerant Preacher in the New England States...By One, who is desirous that, being dead, he yet may speak.
1809
 

CUDWORTH, RALPH. The Criterion of the True Knowledge of Christ...with a Short Account of the Author's Life and Writings [by C.S. Henry].
1835
 

CURRY, JOSEPH T. Edi
1869
 

CUTTER, CALVIN. Murder of Caroline H. Cutter by the Baptist Ministers and Baptist Churches. [Caption title.]
1843
 

DALE, JAMES W. Essay Upon the Question, Is Medical Science Favorable to Scepticism?
1839
 

DANA, JAMES. A Sermon, Preached April 29, 1789...at His Installation to the Pastoral Care of the First Church and Congregation in the City of New Haven.
1789
 

DANFORTH, Rev. JOHN Holographic Sermons Written in Ink in a Small Hand: 2 Cor.12.9: "And he said unto me my grace is sufficient for thee," June 22, July 27, August 3,1701. Some browning & fading, making some outer leaves difficult.
1701
 

DEWEY, LORING D. Documents Relative to the Dismission of Loring D. Dewey from the Theological Seminary in New-York.
1816
 

DODGE, NEHEMIAH. A Sermon, Preached in the State Prison in the City of New-York, the Last Lord's Day in Jan. 1825. (This Address was delivered extemporaneously, and penned soon after, as near as the author could remember.)
1825
 

DODSLEY, ROBERT. The Economy of Human Life. {and title in German].
1827
 

DOW, DANIEL. New Haven Theology, Alias Taylorism, Alias Neology; in Its Own Language, with Notes Appended.
1834
 

DOW, LORENZO. The Opinion of Dow; or, Lorenzo's Thoughts, on Different Religious Subjects, in an Address to the People of New England.
1804
 

DOW, LORENZO. The Life and Travels of Lorenzo Dow, Written by Himself: in which are contained some singular Providences of God.
1804
 

DOW, LORENZO. The Opinion of Dow; or, Lorenzo's Thoughts, on Different Religious Subjects, in an Address to the People of New England.
1804
 

DOW, LORENZO. Quintessence of Lorenzo's Works. History of Cosmopolite; or the Four Volumes of Lorenzo's Journal, Concentrated in One: Containing His Experience and Travels, From Childhood, to near his Fortieth Year. Also, His Polemical Writings...to which is added, The "Journey of Life," by Peggy Dow. Third Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
1816
 

DOW, LORENZO. Progress of Light and Liberty. Fifth Edition Improved. [Caption title].
1824
 

DOWLING, JOHN. Vindication of the Baptists from the Charge of Bigotry, and of Embarrassing Missionary Operations...
1838
 

DWIGHT, S.E. The Life of President Edwards.
1829
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. A Discourse, on the Genuineness and Authenticity of the New-Testament...
1794
 

EASTMAN, C.G. Sermons, Addresses & Exhortations by Rev. Jedediah Burchard: with an Appendix, Containing Some Account of Proceedings During Protracted Meetings, Held Under His Direction, in Burlington, Williston, and Hinesburgh, Vt., December, 1835 and January, 1836.
1836
 

EDDY, MARY BAKER GLO Science and Health.
1875
 

EDWARDS, JONATHAN. History of Redemption...with the Life and Experience of the Author.
1793
 

EDWARDS, JONATHAN. The Excellency of Christ. A Sermon on Revelations V. 5, 6.
1805
 

EDWARDS, JONATHAN. All Divine Truth profitable: Illustrated in a Sermon Preached at Hamden, January 11, 1792, at the Ordination of the Rev. Dan Bradley, To the pastoral charge of the first church in Whites-town...
1792
 

EDWARDS, JONATHAN. A Careful and Strict Enquiry into the Modern Prevailing Notions of that Freedom of Will, Which is Supposed to be Essential to Moral Agency, Vertue and Vice, Reward and Punishment, Praise and Blame.
1768
 

ELIOT, ANDREW. A Discourse on Natural Religion Delivered in the Chapel of Harvard College in Cambridge, New-England May 8, 1771, at the Lecture Founded by the Hon. Paul Dudley.
1771
 

ELIOT, JOHN. A Sermon, Preached in Milton, November 1, 1797, at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Joseph M'Kean.
1797
 

ELLIOTT, Rev. CHARLE The Bible and Slavery: in which the Abrahamic and Mosaic Discipline Is Considered in Connection with the Most Ancient Forms of Slavery; and the Pauline Code of Slavery as Related to Roman Slavery and the Discipline of the Apostolic Churches.
1863
 

ELSEMORE, MOSES. An Impartial Account of the Life of the Rev. John N. Maffitt, With a Narrative of the Difficulties Attending His First Marriage. And a Circumstantial & Correct History of All the Facts of His Late Marriage to Miss Smith, of Brooklyn, and the Causes of Her Death....
1848
 

ELY, ZEBULON. A Ripe Shock Seasonably Gathered. A Discourse, Occasioned by the Death of...William Williams, Esq. of Lebanon, Connecticut. Who Died August 2, 1811...
1812
 

EMERSON, JOSEPH. Lectures on the Millennium.
1818
 

EVANS, JOHN. A Sketch of the Denominations of the Christian World...To which is prefixed an Account of Atheism, Deism, Theophilanthropism, Judaism, Mohometanism and Christianity...First Boston...Edition.
1807
 

EWING, FINIS. A Series of Lectures, on the Most Important Subjects [i]n Divinity.
1827
 

FAULKNER, T.A. From the Ball-Room to Hell.
1894
 

FAWCETT, BENJAMIN. The encouraging prospect that religious liberty will be enlarged: Considered, and Applied to the Case of the Protestant Dissenters: In a Sermon... November 5th, 1773.
1773
 

FINLEY, JAMES B., et Sermons on Miscellaneous Subjects, by the Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Senior Preachers of the Ohio and North Ohio Conferences.
1847
 

FINNEY, CHARLES G. Skeletons of a Course of Theological Lectures. Vol. I (all).
1840
 

FISHER, WILLIAM LOGA History of the Institution of the Sabbath Day, Being a Plea for Liberty of Conscience in Opposition to Sabbath Conventions.
1846
 

FITCH, ELEAZAR T. An Inquiry into the Nature of Sin: in which the Views Advanced in "Two Discourses on the Nature of Sin," are Pursued; and Vindicated from Objections, Stated in the Christian Advocate.
1827
 

FITCH, J.M. Letter to the Oberlin Evangelist Subscribers. [Caption title.] 4to broadside. Old folds, tears at top, stained. Sound.
1851
 

FITZ, HENRY. The Non-Personality, Origin and End, of That Old Serpent, Called the Devil and Satan, Which Deceiveth the Whole World. A Discourse Delivered Before the Second Society of United Christian Friends in ... New-York, in Their Church on Prince-St. on Sabbath Evening, March 13, 1825.
1825
 

FLAVEL, JOHN. Navigation Spiritualized; or a New Compass for Seamen...All Concluded with So Many Spiritual Poems.
1796
 

FOBES, PERES. A Sermon, Delivered in the Baptist Meeting-House in Providence, July 31, A.D., 1791. Occasioned by the Death of The Rev. James Manning, D.D. President of Rhodie-Island College.
1791
 

FORSTER, ANTHONY. The Scripture Doctrine of Election. A Discourse Delivered on 21st February, 1819.
1819
 

FOSTER, STEPHEN S. The Brotherhood of Thieves, or a True Picture of the American Church and Clergy.
1843
 

FOWLER, ANDREW. A Sermon, Upon the Word Amen. Revelation, XXII. 21. Delivered in St. Michael's Church, Charleston, Feb. 7th, 1813 [!].
1835
 

FULLER, RICHARD & FR Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution...
1845
 

FULLER, RICHARD & FR Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution...
1847
 

FULLER, RICHARD & FR Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution...Revised and Corrected by the Authors.
1845
 

GAIFER pseud?. The Conversion of a Mahometan to the Christian Religion: Described in a Letter from Gaifer, in England, to Aly-Ben-Hayton, His Friend in Turkey. [Caption title.]
1815
 

GAIR, REV. THOMAS. Two (2) pp. ALS to Dwight Foster in Northampton, Mass., Concerning His “darkness of mind”. Providence, November 20, 1775. Sheet 8 x 13 inches. Folded with integral address, Browned. Legible ink.
1775
 

GARRISON, WM. LLOYD. Universal Emancipation. [Caption title] 4to broadside in two columns of verse, headed by six lines of an address to "My dear Friend," dated Aug. 14, 1837, at Brooklyn, [Ct.?] Substantial typographical black floral border.
1837
 

GATES, THEOPHILUS R. The Trials, Experience, Exercises of Mind and First Travels, of Theophilus R. Gates.
1810
 

GATES, THEOPHILUS R. A Measuring Reed; to Separare Between the Precious and the Vile. In Two Parts....Second Edition, with Additions.
1819
 

GAY, EBENEZER. The Levite Not To Be Forsaken. A Sermon Preach'd at the Installment of the Rev. Grindal Rawson...First Church of Christ in Yarmouth; December 10th, 1755. Second Edition.
1793
 

GLADDEN, WASHINGTON. Was Bronson Alcott's School a Type of God's Moral Government? A Review of Joseph Cook's Theory of the Atonement.
1877
 

GOHRING, WILHELM HEN Verkundiger der Letzten Zeit; Licht und Wharheit. Geschrieben durch einen blinden Knecht und tauben Boten des Herrn.
1836
 

GOODELL, WILLIAM Come-Outerism. The Duty of Secession from a Corrupt Church.
1845
 

GORHAM, B.W. Camp Meeting Manual, a Practical Book for the Camp Ground; in Two Parts. With Illustrative Plates.
1854
 

GOULD, NATHANIEL D. Church Music in America, Comprising Its History and Its Peculiarities at Different Periods, with Cursory Remarks on Its Legitimate Use and Its Abuse; with Notices of the Schools, Composers, Teachers and Societies.
1853
 

GREEN, BERIAH. The Miscellaneous Writings...
1841
 

GREENE, WILLIAM B. [The Incarnation.] A Letter to Rev. John Fiske, D.D.
1848
 

GRIFFIN, EDWARD D. The Causal Power in Regeneration Proper Direct Upon the Mind, And not Exerted through the Medium of Motives. Argued Upon the Principles of the Exercise system, Though the Author Believes in a Temper or Nature Anterior to Exercise.
1834
 

GRIFFIN, EDWARD D. The Kingdom of Christ: A Missionary Sermon, Preached Before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in Philadelphia, May 23d, 1805.
1805
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS S. Address...at a Meeting in Charleston, South Carolina...to Consider the Resolution of the American Sunday School Union, Respecting Sunday Schools in the Valley of the Mississippi.
1831
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS S. Oration of the Advantages, to be Derived, from the Introduction of the Bible, and of Sacred Literature, as Essential Parts of All Education, in a Literary Point of View Merely, from the Primary School , to the University...September 7, 1830.
1830
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS S. Address ... at a Meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, Held March 29, 1831, to Consider the Resolution of the American Sunday School Union, Respecting Sunday Schools in the Valley of the Mississippi.
1831
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS. Bound Volume of Fifteen (15) Works, 1829-33, on Nullification, Pacifism and Religion, including two referred to by Merle Curti, writing in DAB, quoted below.
1829
 

GRISWOLD, STANLEY. A Statement of the Singular Manner of Proceeding of the Rev. Association, of the South Part of Litchfield County in an Ecclesiastical Prosectuion, by Them Instituted Against the Rev. Stanley Griswold...Who, without being heard in his own defence, was by them sentenced to an exclusion from their Associate Communion. Together with a Subsequent Address to said Association, by Nehemiah Strong...to which is added a Short Appendix.
1798
 

HABERMAN, DR. JOHN. The Christian's Companion: Containing Morning and Evening Prayers, For Every Day in the Week; Together with Other Devotions. To which is added Dr. Neuman's Prayer of Prrayers; and a Collection of Morning and Evening Humns. Translated from the German.
1846
 

HAMILTON, LUTHER. Reasons for the Unitarian Belief, Plainly Stated in Nine Lectures.
1830
 

HARRIS, THADDEUS M. Remarks on the Charges Made Against the Religion and Morals of the People of Boston...by the Rev. Gardiner Spring, in a Sermon...Dec. 22, 1820.
1820
 

HARRIS, THADDEUS MAS Hymns for the Lord's Supper, Original and Selected.
1820
 

HARRISON, RICHARD. Remarks on the Hon. John Jay's Letter, to the Rev. Cave Jones; in a Letter to a Friend.
1812
 

HARTLEY, THOMAS. A Discourse on Mistakes concerning Religion, Enthusiasm, Experiences, &c.
1759
 

HAWES, LOUISA. Memoir of Mrs. Mary E. Van Lennep, Only Daughter of the Rev. Joel Hawes, D.D., and Wife of the Rev. Henry J. Van Lennep, Missionary in Turkey. By Her Mother.
1847
 

HAWKER, ROBERT. Zion's Pilgrim. To which are added, Select Pieces, by Different Authors.
1814
 

HESS, SAMUEL. Kutzgefasster Unterricht der Christlichen Religion, in Fragen und Antworten zum Gebrauch der Jugend.
1835
 

HITCHCOCK, EDWARD. Religious Lectures on Peculiar Phenomena in the Four Seasons...
1850
 

HOBART, JOHN HENRY. The Origin, the General Character, and the Present Situation of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States....
1814
 

HOBART, JOHN HENRY. The Resolutions of Certain Episcopalians, at Mechanics-Hall, Considered. [Caption title].
1812
 

HOBART, JOHN HENRY. The United States...Compared with Some European Countries, Particularly England. A Discourse...
1825
 

HOLCOMBE, WM. H. Human Progress Since the Last Judgment, in 1757.
1851
 

HOOKER, HERMAN. An Appeal to the Christian Public, on the Evil and Impolicy of the Church Engaging in Merchandise; and Setting Forth the Wrong Done to Booksellers, and the Extravagance, Inutility, and Evil-Working, of Charity Publication Societies.
1849
 

HOPKINS, JOHN H. Letter from...on the Bible View of Slavery. [Wrapper title].
1861
 

HOPKINS, JOHN HENRY. Christianity Vindicated, in Seven Discourses on the External Evidences of the New Testament, with a Concluding Dissertation.
1833
 

HOPKINS, SAMUEL. Sermons and Writings. 148 pp.1766-94. (1) Sermon on Grace. 3 pp. with Phil 1.4 Sermon on Family Government, March 2, 1766. 13 pp. (2) Sermon fragment; Matt 5.12. 10 pp., 1784. Sermon Jere 23.28, 1764. 24 pp. (3 ) Sermon Prov 31, 1763, 4 pp. (4) Booklet of Orations. 6 x 8 inches. 104 pp. 1791-1794. Edge fraying, some water damage and browning. No covers. Legible ink.
1766
 

HORNER, J.M. The Modern Emigrant; or, Love of Liberty: Being a Discourse, Delivered in the City of New-York.
1832
 

HOSMER, WM. ED. Autobiography of Rev. Alvin Torry, First Missionary to the Six Nations and the Northwestern Tribes of British North America.
1862
 

HOUGH, SABIN. The Judgment Day: Showing Where, How, and When the Last Judgment Takes Place.
1849
 

HOWE, JOHN. The Christian's Pocket Companion. Being a Choice Collection of Devotional Hymns, for the Use of Christians, in Public Worship and Private Devotion: Without Distinction of denomination.
1826
 

HUDSON, DAVID. Memoir of Jemima Wilkinson, a Preacheress of the Eighteenth Century: Containing an Authentic Narrative of Her Life and Character, and of the Rise Progress and Conclusion of Her Ministry.
1844
 

HUDSON, DAVID. History of Jemima Wilkinson, a Preacheress of the Eighteenth Century; Containing an Authentic Narrative of Her Life and Character, and of the Rise, Progress and Conclusion of Her Ministry.
1821
 

HUGHES, JOHN & JOHN A Discussion of the Question, Is the Roman Catholic Religion...Inimical to Civil or Religious Liberty? And of the Question, Is the Presbyterian Religion...Inimical to Civil or Religious Liberty?
1836
 

HUME, SOPHIA. An Exhortation to the Inhabitants of the Province of South-Carolina, to bring their Deeds to the Light of Christ, in their own Consciences. In which is inserted, Some Account of the Author's Experience in the Important Business of Religion.
1754
 

HUME, SOPHIA. An Exhortation to the Inhabitants of the Province of South-Carolina, to bring their Deeds to the Light of Christ, in their own Consciences. In which is inserted, Some Account of the Author's Experience in the Important Business of Religion. By S.H.
1752
 

HUTCHINSON, SAMUEL. An Apology for Believing in Universal Reconcilation: or an Appeal from the Inferior Court of Bigotry, Superstition, Ignorance and Unbelief, to the Supreme Court of Proper Candor...also, a Key to the Book of Revelation...
1827
 

IRELAND, W.H. Scribbleomania; or, the Printer's Devil's Polichronicon. A Sublime Poem. Edited by Anser Pen-Drag-On, Esq.
1815
 

IVES, THOMAS P. A Statement Respecting the Bible Society of the State of Rhode Island...with an Appendix: Addressed to the Publick by the Board of Trustees.
1814
 

JACKSON, DANIEL. Religious Experience, Call to the Ministry, and Gospel Labors...Including Many Incidents of Pastoral Life, and His Southern Visit in Tennessee...In Two Parts...
1859
 

JACOBS, ABRAHAM Spiritual Meditations, Written in Verse, on Passages Selected from the Sacred Scriptures
1848
 

JAY, WILLIAM. Evening Exercises for the Closet: for Every Day in the Year. Vol. I-[II].
1832
 

JOHNSON, JOHN. A Mathematical Question, Propounded by the King of Glory....The Sixth Edition, Corrected and Revised.
1804
 

JOHNSON, LORENZO D. One (1) Page ALS to Job Durfee Concerning The Roger Williams Church Corporation. Providence, November 22, 1837. Sheet 8 x 9.5 inches, no cover. Folds, lightly browned. Small tear at seal.
1837
 

JOHNSON, T. Cobbett and the Negro. To the Editor of an Evening Paper. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1820
 

JONES, SAMUEL 1737-1 A brief History of the Imposition of Hands on baptised Persons. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8.5" x 7". Browned.
1782
 

JONES, WILLIAM. Lectures on the Figurative Language of the Holy Scripture, and the Interpretation of It from the Scripture Itself. To which are added, Four Lectures on the Relation Between the Old and New Testaments, as it is Set Forth in the Epistle to the Hebrews. Also, a Single Lecture on the Natural Evidences of Christianity. To which is Prefixed, a Short Account of His Life and Writings.
1818
 

JUDD, SYLVESTER. The Church: in a Series of Discourses.
1854
 

JUDD, SYLVESTER. Philo: An Evangeliad.
1850
 

KENDRICK, ARIEL. Sketches of the Life and Times of Eld. Ariel Kendrick, Being a Short Account of His Birth, Conversion, Call to the Ministry, and His Labors as a Gospel Minister, with other incidents occurring under his notice. Written by Himself.
1847
 

KIDDER, D.P. Ed. The Patriarchs.
1845
 

KIMBALL, EDWARD A. Lecture Delivered July 1, 1899. Holograph copy. 13 pp. 7 x 15 inches. Ink. Folds, some water staining on verso. Legible hand, bright.
1899
 

KIRK, EDWARD N. Great Men are God's Gift. A Discourse on the Death of the Hon. Daniel Webster. Delivered in Mt. Vernon Church, on Sunday, Oct. 31, 1852. Published by Request of the Mount Vernon Association of Young Men.
1852
 

KIRK, Rev. EDWARD N. The Greatness of the Human Soul. An Address Delivered at the Seventh Anniversary of the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, South Hadley, Mass. August 1, 1844.
1844
 

KNEELAND, ABNER & W. Minutes of a Discussion on the Question "Is the punishment of the wicked absolutely eternal? or is it only a temporal punishment in this world, for their good, and to be succeeded by eternal happiness after death?"...which commenced at the First Independent Church of Christ, Called Universalist...
1824
 

KNEELAND, ABNER, et Hymns, Composed by Different Authors, at the Request of the General Convention of Universalists of the New England States and Others....Second edition.
1810
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. A Review of the Evidences of Christianity; in a Series of Lectures...To which is prefixed, an extract from Wyttenbach's Opuscula, on the Ancient Notices of the Jewish Nation...
1835
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. A Funeral Sermon on the Death of Captain Abijah Harding, Who Was Killed by the Fall of a Tree, in Barre, Mass....
1826
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1826, Being the Semicentural Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America; Before the Societies Assembled to Celebrate the Day.
1826
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. Universal Church (spine title). Ink Holograph Notations of Hymns & Secular Music, Early 1820s. Five Volumes, with first page indexes, 225 pp., plus 12 additional loose sheets. 7” x 10” notebooks, calf-backed boards. Signatures loose, cover well worn; quite good.
1820
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. The New Testament; Being the English Only of the Greek and English Testament; Translated from the original Greek according to Griesbach...
1823
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. Three Sermons; Delivered in the First Universalist Church, in...New-York, on Easter Sunday, March 26, 1826, In Which is Embodied a Brief Portraiture of Christian Theology.
1826
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. Ancient Universalism, As Taught by Christ and His Apostles; In Reply to a Pamphlet, Entitled "Remarks on the Distinguishing Doctrine of Modern Universalism, which teaches that there is no hell and no punishment for the wicked after death. By Adam Empie, A.M., Rector of St. James's Church, Wilmington, N.C."
1825
 

LANGWORTHY, FRANKLIN The Key of the Kingdom.
1836
 

LARMARTINE, ALPHONSE Lamartine on Atheism. Atheism Among the People.
1850
 

LATHROP, JOSEPH. Waiting on God for Rain. A Sermon Preached in a Time of Drought, July 24, 1805.
1805
 

LATTA, JAMES. A Discourse on Psalmody; in which it is clearly shewn that it is the duty of Christians to take the principal subjects and occasions of Their Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, from the Gospel of Christ. Fourth Edition, with Corrections and Additions.
1801
 

LE FEVRE, CLEMENT F.
1831
 

LEE, LUTHER. Universalism Examined and Refuted, and the Doctrine of the Endless Punishment...Established.
1836
 

LELAND, JOHN. The Divine Authority of the Old and New Testament Asserted: With a particular Vindication of the Characters of Moses, and the Prophets, our Saviour Jesus Christ, and his Apostles, against the unjust Aspersions and false Reasoning of a Book, entitled, The Moral Philosopher. The Second Edition, Corrected.
1739
 

LEONARD, JOSHUA. Solemn Reasons for Believing That God Is One: and for Withholding Assent to the Proposition that God Is Three.
1834
 

LESEUR, FRANCIS. The Universal Triune: A New and Universal System of Christian Philosophy...
1831
 

LINN, JOHN BLAIR. A Letter to Joseph Priestley...in Answer to His Letter, in Defence of His Pamphlet, Entitled Socrates and Jesus Compared.
1803
 

LIVINGSTON, JOHN H. Oratio Inauguralis de Veritate Religionis Christianae...
1785
 

LIVINGSTON, JOHN H. A Sermon, Delivered Before the New-York Missionary Society, at Their Annual Meeting, April 3, 1804. To which are added, an Appendix, the Annual Report of the Directors, and Other Papers Relating to American Missions.
1804
 

LOTHROP, S.K. The Moral Power of Character. A Sermon Preached...January 9th, 1853...after the Funeral of Amos Lawrence.
1853
 

LOUNSBURY, THOMAS. Pro-Slavery Overthrown; and the True Principles of Abolitionism Declared. Or a Series of Lectures in Answer to the Question "What Do the Scriptures Teach on the Subject of Slavery." Second Edition.
1847
 

LOWELL, JOHN. The Recent Attempt to Defeat the Constitutional Provisions in Favor of Religious Freedom, Considered in Reference to the Trust Conveyances of Hanover Street Church. By a Layman. Second Edition.
1828
 

LUCAS, RACHEL. Remarkable Account of Mrs. Rachel Lucas, Daughter of Mr. James Hinman, of Durham, (Conn.) As Written by Herself, and Attested By Her Family and Acquaintance.
1811
 

LUTHER, MARTIN. Solemnization of the Third Centurial Jubilee, Commemorative of the Blessed Reformation, Commenced by Dr. Martin Luther, on the 31st October, 1517. Order of the Solemnities...in St. Paul's Church, Oct. 31st, 1817. The Hymns are translated from the German, as used in the forenoon.
1817
 

LUTHER, MARTIN. Der Kleine Catechismus...
1800
 

M'CALLA, W.L. The Unitarian Baptist of the Robinson School Exposed: In papers collateral to a Discussion of Christian Baptism, and its effects upon civil and religious society as shewn in the Scriptures, and in the history of the Church, in opposition to the views of Mr. Alexander Campbell, as expressed in a seven days' debate with the Author, at Washington, Kentucky, October 1824, and in his spurious publication of that debate...and in opposition to the views of the celebrated Mr. Robinson, and other Baptist Authors.
1826
 

M'KEEN, SILAS. God's way in the sea. A Funeral Sermon Preached at Bradford, Vermont, April 25th, 1852: on the occasion of the Death of Eber D. Hovey, First Mate of the Steamship Independence, Who, with several others perished in Matagorda Bay, Texas, March 26th, 1852.
1852
 

M'LEOD, ALEXANDER Ed The Larger Catechism, Agreed Upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminister...revised by Alexander M'Leod. The first book ever stereotyped in America.
1813
 

MACDONALD, DONALD. A Treatise on the Holy Ordinance of Baptism...
1845
 

MACGOWAN, JOHN. Priestcraft Defended: A Sermon Occasioned by the Expulsion of Six Young Gentlemen, from the University of Oxford, for Praying, Reading, and Expounding the Scriptures...by Their Humble Servant the Shaver.
1819
 

MAFFITT, JOHN N. Tears of Contrition; or Sketches of the Life of John W. Maffitt; with Religious and Moral Reflections. To which are appended several Poetic Effusions.
1821
 

MAFFITT, JOHN N. Tears of Contrition; or Sketches of the Life of John W. Maffitt; with Religious and Moral Reflections. To which are appended several Poetic Effusions.
1821
 

MAIS, CHARLES. The Surprising Case of Rachel Baker, Who Prays and Preaches in Her Sleep: With Specimens of Her Extraordinary Performances...
1814
 

MAIS, CHARLES. The Surprising Case of Rachel Baker, Who Prays and Preaches in Her Sleep: With Specimens of Her Extraordinary Performances...
1814
 

MANCHESTER, WM. C. Songs of Zion, or Conference Hymns, Selected and Original. To which is added, a Brief Sketch of the Author's Life and Experience.
1831
 

MARKS, DAVID. Hymns for Christian Melody. Selected from Various Authors.
1841
 

MASON, LOWELL. Address on Church Music...
1826
 

MASON, WILLIAM. A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God: Consisting of a Meditation for Each Morning in the Year, Upon Select Texts of Scripture...in Two Volumes. The First American Edition.
1803
 

MATHER, COTTON. Ratio Disciplinae Fratrum Nov-Anglorum. A Faithful Account of the Discipline Professed and Practiced; in the Churches of New-England....
1726
 

MATHER, SAMUEL. An Apology For the Liberties of the Churches in New England: To which is prefix'd, A Discourse concerning Congregational Churches.
1738
 

MATHIAS, BENJAMIN. The Life, Experience, and Death of...Written by Himself, With Some Additions By His Father.
1835
 

MATLACK, LUCIUS C. R Discussion of the Doctrine of the Trinity, Between Luther Lee, Wesleyan Minister, and Samuel J. May, Unitarian Minister.
1854
 

MAXCY, JONATHAN. A Sermon, Preached September 14, 1796, at the Dedication of the Meeting-House, Belonging to the Catholic Baptist Society in Cumberland.
1796
 

MAY, SAMUEL J. Letters to Rev. Joel Hawes in Review of His Tribute to the Memory of the Pilgrims.
1831
 

MAY, SAMUEL J. THE LIBERAL CHRISTIAN. Vol. I, # 11-14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23-25. July 5, 1823-March 6, 1824.
1823
 

MAY, SAMUEL, JR. Sermons Preached at the Dedication of the Meeting House of the Second Congregational Society in Leicester: and at the Ordination of the Rev. Samuel May, Jr., as Their Minister, August 12 and 13, 1834. [Wrapper title].
1834
 

MAYHEW, JONATHAN. Practical Discourses Delivered on Occasion of the Earthquakes in November, 1755...
1760
 

MCCLURE, A. WILSON. Lectures on Ultra-Universalism.
1832
 

MCCLURE, A. WILSON. Lectures on Ultra-Universalism.
1838
 

McINTIRE, THOMAS. Three (3) pp. ALS, Thomas McIntire to Cousin Joseph Templeton in Pittsburgh. Fayette, Jefferson County, Mississippi. December 17, 1835. Sheet 9.5 x 15 inches, folded in half. Folded with integral address and postmark. Some tears at folds. legible ink.
1835
 

MELMOTH, WILLIAM. The Great Importance of a Religious Life Considered. To which are added, Prefatory Observations on the Credibility of the Christian Religion...
1802
 

MILLER, SAMUEL. A Sermon, Delivered January 19, 1812...to Express Their Condolence with the Inhabitants of Richmond, [Va.] on the Late Mournful Dispensation of Providence in That City.
1812
 

MILTON, JOHN. An Old Looking-Glass for the Laity and Clergy of All Denominations, Who either give or receive Money under Pretence of the Gospel: Being Considerations Touching the likeliest Means to remove Hirelings out of the Church of Christ...With the Life of Milton...
1770
 

MINISTERS' ANNUITY S Act of Incorporation, and Bye-Laws of the Ministers' Annuity Society.
1825
 

MONK, MARIA. Awful Disclosures, by Maria Monk, of the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Montreal...Illustrated by a Plan of the Nunnery...
1836
 

MOORE, C.C. Observations Upon Certain Passages in Mr. Jefferson's Notes on Virginia, which Appear to have a Tendency to Subvert Religion, and Establish a False Philosophy.
1804
 

MOORE, JOSEPH. A Treatise on Christian Baptism, Being an Answer to a Piece, Entitled the Bible Baptist; Written by Mr. Leeland.
1804
 

MORSE, JEDIDIAH Signs of the Times. A Sermon, Preached Before the Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Indians and Others in North America, at Their Anniversary, Nov. 1, 1810.
1810
 

MORSE, THOMAS. A Brief Account of the Singular Circumstances Attending the Death of Mr. Joseph Morse, of East-Haverhill, Mass....
1832
 

MUNGER, HIRAM. The Life and Religious Experience of Hiram Munger, Including Many Singular Circumstances Connected with Camp-Meetings and Revivals.
1856
 

NEAD, PETER. Primitive Christianity, or a Vindication of the Word of God.
1834
 

NELSON, JOHN. An Extract from the Journal of John Nelson; Being an Account of God's Dealing with Him...
1809
 

NEW HAVEN WEST ASSOC An Address of the Pastors of the Churches in the Western District of the County of New-Haven, on the Subject of Prayer and Family Religion.
1803
 

NEW HAVEN WEST ASSOC Statement by the Association of the Western District of New Haven County, Respecting the Case of Mr. Seagrove W. Magill.
1836
 

NEW YORK BIBLE SOCIE Printed form: This is to Certify That [in ms., Jesse Read] by virtue of [a contribution of Fifteen Dollars] made by [himself] is a Life Member of the New York Bible Society. New York [Nov. 5th, 1841]. [Signed: Alfred Edwards] Pres. [Saml B. Schieffelin] Treas. Attest [Jno. ?]. Text in full, surmounted by a 4” X 6” oval cut depicting a biblical scene. With integral blank leaf. Some spotty foxing.
1841
 

NEW-YORK MISSIONARY The Address and Constitution of...
1796
 

NEWCOMB, HARVEY. Newcomb's Manual for Maternal Associations.
1840
 

NORTON, ANDREWS. Inaugural Discourse, Delivered Before the University at Cambridge, August 10, 1819.
1819
 

NORTON, ANDREWS. Remarks on a Pamphlet Entitled "'The Latest Form of Infidelity' Examined."
1839
 

NORWOOD, ABRAHAM. The Acts of the Elders, Commonly Called the Book of Abraham; Containing a Revelation Made to Him at a Protracted Meeting. To which is appended a Chapter from the Book of Religious Errors...Calculated for the Meridian of Rhode Island...
1842
 

NOTT, J.C. Chronology, Ancient and Scriptural...
1850
 

NOYES, JOHN H. The Berean: a Manual for the Help of Those Who Seek the Faith of the Primitive Church.
1847
 

NOYES, JOHN H. The Berean: a Manual for the Help of Those Who Seek the Faith of the Primitive Church.
1847
 

OLDS, G.S. & R.S. CO Review, of a Narrative by Rev. John Keep. [Wrapper title].
1833
 

OLIPHANT, LAURENCE. Scientific Religion or Higher Possibilities of Life and Practice Through the Operation of Natural Forces. With an Appendix by a Clergyman of the Church of England. Authorized American Edition.
1889
 

OSBORN, MRS. SARAH Familiar Letters...
1807
 

OSBORN, SAMUEL. The Case and Complaint of Mr. Samuel Osborn, late of Eastham; As it was represented in a Letter to the Reverend Dr. Colman, to be communicated by him to the Convention for their Consideration.
1743
 

OSGOOD, DAVID. A Discourse on the Validity of Presbyterian Ordination...
1802
 

OWEN, ROBERT & ALEXA Debate on the Evidences of Christianity; Containing an Examination of "The Social System," and of all Systems of Scepticism...Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, in April, 1829...Reported by Charles S. Simms, with an Appendix, Written by the Parties. Vol. I-[II]. Second Edition.
1829
 

PAINE, THOMAS. The Theological Works of Thomas Paine...the Most Complete Edition Ever Published.
1835
 

PAINE, THOMAS. "Letter of Thomas Paine to Camille Jourdan of the Council of Five Hundred Occasioned by His Report on the Priests, the Worship and the Bells."...
1797
 

PALFREY, JOHN G. Harmony of the Gospels, on the Plan Proposed by Lant Carpenter, LL.D.
1831
 

PALMER, ELIHU. Principles of Nature; or, a Development of the Moral Causes of Happiness and Misery Among the Human Species.
1806
 

PANCOAST, SETH. The Kabbala: or, the True Science of Light; an Introduction to the Philosophy and Theosophy of the Ancient Sages. Together with a Chapter on Light in the Vegetable Kingdom.
1883
 

PARKER, DANIEL. Proscription Delineated; or a Development of Facts Appertaining to the Arbitrary and Oppressive Proceedings of the North Association of Litchfield County, in Relation to the Author.
1819
 

PARKER, THEODORE. A Sermon of Old Age...
1854
 

PARKMAN, FRANCIS Com An Offering of Sympathy to Parents Bereaved of their Children, and to Others Under Affliction; Being a Collection from Manuscripts and Letters Not Before Published; with an Appendix of Selections.
1830
 

PATTEN, WILLIAM. Christianity the True Theology, and Only Perfect Moral System; in Answer to "The Age of Reason:" with an Appendix, in Answer to "The Examiners Examined."
1795
 

PEABODY, ELIZABETH. Sabbath Lessons, or an Abstract of Sacred History; to which is annexed, a Geographical Sketch of the Principal Places Mentioned in Sacred History.
1810
 

PEAK, JOHN. Memoir of Elder John Peak, Written by Himself.
1832
 

PECK, JOHN. A Descant on the Universal Plan, Corrected; or, Universal Salvation Explained. With Rev. L. Haynes' Sermon.
1823
 

PENN, WILLIAM. No Cross, No Crown. A Discourse Shewing the Nature and Discipline of the Holy Cross of Christ. And that the Denial of Self, and daily [bear]ing of Christ's Cross, is the alone Way to the Rest and Kingdom of God. To which are added The Living and Dying Testimonies of divers Persons of Fame and Learning in Favour of this Treatise....The Seventh Edition.
1747
 

PHILOM, AMMAH Pseud. The Hitory of Defection in New-England. In a Letter to the Editors of the "Christian Advocate and Journal." To which is now added an Address to the People of New-England. [and] Philom's Address to the People of New-England. With Remarks on the Plans to Establish Kingcraft and Priestcraft in These United States, as Exhibited by the Charitable Society, in Their Address, and Vigorous Attempts to Beg Money to Educate Indigent Young Men for the Ministry of the Gospel.
1832
 

PIERPONT, Rev. JOHN. Four Page ALS to Rev. Parker Pillsbury. Boston, Dec. 16, 1843; "My Dear Brother." 4to. Addressed to Pillsbury in Bradford, NH, with postmark. Red wax seal, small hole at seal. Ink. Slight tears at folds, bright & legible.
1843
 

PILLSBURY, PARKER. The Bible: Its History and Inspiration.
1848
 

PILLSBURY, PARKER. The Popular Religions, and What Shall Be Instead. A Discourse...
1891
 

PILLSBURY, PARKER. The Bible: Its History and Inspiration.
1848
 

PILLSBURY, PARKER. Three (3) Page 18mo. ALS, Regarding the National Liberal League. Concord (N.H.), December 22, 1877. Ink. Fine.
1877
 

PORTER, DAVID. A Sermon on Divine Decrees, and Moral Necessity, Reconciled with Freedom of the Will, in Opposition to Fatalism and Natural Compulsion, Argued from Scripture, Reason and Common Sense.
1808
 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Report of the Committee of the General Assembly, Appointed to Draught a Plan for Disciplining Baptized Children.
1812
 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Exposition of the Peculiarities, Difficulties and Tendencies of Oberlin Perfectionism, Prepared by a Committee of the Presbytery of Cleveland...
1841
 

PRESBYTERY OF ONEIDA A Narrative of the Revival of Religion, in the County of Oneida...in the Year 1826.
1826
 

PRIEST, JOSIAH. The Anti-Universalist, or History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures; Proofs of the Being of Satan and of Evil Spirits: Intended as a Refutation of the Three Main Points of Universalism, Namely, that There is No Hell After Death; No Devil or Satan as a Being; and No Future Day of Final Judgment--in Two Parts. Embellished with Twenty-Two Engravings.
1837
 

PRIESTLEY, JOSEPH. An Outline of the Evidences of Revealed Religion.
1797
 

PRINCE, THOMAS. The Christian History; Containing Accounts of the Propagation and Revival of Religion in England Scotland and America. To be publish'd Weekly. [Caption title. # 3 - 52 [of 104]. March 18, 1743 - Feb. 25, 1744. Pp. [17]-416.
1743
 

PRINCE, THOMAS. A Sermon at the Publick Lecture in Boston, July 25, 1728. In the Audience of His Excellency the Governour, His Honour the Lieut. Governour, and the Honourable the Council and Representatives of the Province: Being the Thursday after His Excellency's Arrival Here.
1728
 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL Extracts from the Minutes...[Caption title].
1816
 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL A Tract on the Duty of Morning and Evening Devotion.
1810
 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL The Constitution of the Protestant Episcopal Clerical Association of the City of New-York; and Forms of Prayer Used by the Association.
1805
 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL Constitution...of the City of New York; and Forms of Prayer Used by the Association.
1829
 

PURVIANCE, LEVI. The Biography of Elder David Purviance...with an Appendix; Giving Biographical Sketches of Elders John Hardy, Reuben Dooly, William Dye [et al]...Together with a Historical Sketch of the Great Kentucky Revival.
1848
 

QUINBY, DANIEL F. Ed A Compendium of Literary, Philosophical and Religious Knowledge
1851
 

RANDOLPH, RICHARD. Aspects of Humanity, Brokenly Mirrored in the Ever-Dwelling Current of Human Speech.
1869
 

RANNEY, DARWIN H. The Evangelical Church; or True Grounds for the Union of the Saints.
1840
 

RAYNER, REV. MENZIES Universalism; A Doctrine Worthy of All Acceptance. A Sermon Delivered at Monroe, Conn. ... As a Farewell Discourse, on Resigning His Pastoral Office, Over the Episcopal Church in That Place. And in the Universalist Church, in This City, November Fourth, 1827.
1827
 

REIGHLEY, CHARLES. Three (3) pp. ALS to Eno L. Freeman, in Almont, Michigan, Concerning Services of an Assistant. Chicago, Sept. 26, 1851. 16 x 9.5 inches. Blue paper folded in half with integral address. Hole at seal, bright, legible.
1851
 

RHODE ISLAND EVANGEL Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the...and of the Rhode Island Home Missionary Society and Plea; Held at Slatersville...June 12th and 13th, 1860.
1860
 

RICHMOND, JAMES C. A Midsummer's Day-Dream: Libellous; or, a Little Book of the Vision of Shawmut. By Admonish Crime. (Anagramatically.) Libell. I.
1847
 

RIPLEY, GEORGE. "The Latest Form of Infidelity" Examined. A Letter to Mr. Andrews Norton, Occasioned by His "Discourse Before the Association of the Alumni of the Cambridge Theological School," on the 19th of July, 1839. By an Alumnus of That School.
1839
 

ROGERS, CLARK. The Husbandman's Aim to Refute the Clergy, Respecting the Decrees of God: Their Doctrine Unfolded, and Errors Exposed.
1801
 

ROOT, J.P. Faith As a Distinctive Element; or, the Philosophy of Prayer and Woman's Power.
1874
 

ROTHBAUST, JOHANNES. Die Franklin Harmonie, und leichter Unterricht in der Vokal-Musik...Zwenter Band [!].
1821
 

ROWLAND, DAVID S. Divine Providence Illustrated and Improved, a Thanksgiving-Discourse... Occasioned by the Repeal of the Stamp-Act... (with Eight Other Works in Two Volumes).
1766
 

ROWLAND, DAVID S. Ministers o[f] [C]hrist freed from Blood-Guiltiness, by Dispensing all the Counsel of God. A Farewel[!]-Sermon, Preached at Plainfield [Conn.], May 3, 1761. Occasioned by the Long Differences That Have There Subsisted. Published at the Desire of many that heard it.
1761
 

ROWLAND, JOHN. The Glorious Mission of the American People: A Thanksgiving Discourse.
1850
 

ROWLAND, WILLIAM F. A Sermon, Delivered at Exeter [N.H.], December 22d, 1820. Being the Second Centennial Anniversary of the Landing of the Pilgrims of New-England. Published by Request of the Hearers.
1821
 

RUSH, JACOB. Charges and Extracts of Charges, on Moral and Religious Subjects...to which is annexed, the Act of the Legislature of the State of Pennsylvania, Respecting Vice and Immorality.
1804
 

SABINE, JAMES. A View of the Moral State of Newfoundland. With a Particular Reference to the Present State of Religious Toleration in the Island.
1818
 

SAVAGE, GEORGE. The Catholick Question at Boston; or an Attempt to Prove that a Calvinist is a Christian....Containing also More Remarks on "American Unitarianism,"...by Amana.
1815
 

SCIENCIA, MISS GRACI The New Science; or, Mento-Theology. The Parables for the Clergy, but Intelligence for the People.
1858
 

SCOFIELD, ORRIN Perambulations of Cosmopolite; or Travels and Labors of Lorenzo Dow, in Europe and America...
1842
 

SCOTT, JOB The Baptism of Christ a Gospel Ordinance: Being Altogether Inward and Spiritual
1810
 

SCOTT, ORANGE. The New and Improved Camp Meeting Hymn Book...Stereotype Edition.
1836
 

SCUDDER, JOHN. Funeral Addresses, Delivered in Dutch, by Rev. P.E. Faure, of Wynberg; and in English by the Rev. W. Robertson, D.D., of Swellenham, on Occasion of the Interment of the Reverend John Scudder, M.D., Missionary of the Dutch Reformed Church at Madras. (With an Appendix.)
1855
 

SEWALL, HENRY D. An Appeal from the Denunciations of the Rev. Dr. Mason, Against Rational Christians; Addressed to All Who Acknowledge the Religion of Jesus Christ, and Fear God Rather Than Man. By a Unitarian of New-York.
1822
 

SEWALL, STEPHEN. An Oration Delivered May viii, MDCCLXXIX, at the Funeral of the Hon. John Winthrop...Hollisian Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Cambridge, in the State of Massachusetts-Bay...
1779
 

SHAFFER, REV. STEPHE Shaffer's Pilgrim Songster, Being a Collection of Select Songs; Embracing many adapted to Camp Meeting, and Revival occasions...
1848
 

SHARPE, SAMUEL. The New Testament Translated from Griesbach's Text. The Third Edition.
1856
 

SHAW, SAMUEL. The Voice of one Crying in a Wilderness. Or, The Business of a Christian...Represented in several Sermons...
1746
 

SHELDON, WILLIAM. History of the Heathen Gods, and Heroes of Antiquity. To which is added an Original Translation of the Battle of the Gods and Giants...first edition, ornamented with a number of elegant cuts.
1810
 

SHERMAN, ELEAZER. The Narrative of Eleazer Sherman, Giving an Account of His Life, Experience, Calll to the Ministry of the Gospel, and Travels as such to the present time. Volume I.
1828
 

SHERMAN, ELEAZER. The Narrative of Eleazer Sherman, Giving an Account of His Life, Experience, Call to the Ministry of the Gospel, and Travels as such to the Present Time. Volumes I-III (all).
1832
 

SIEGEL, CHARLES W. E A Hundred Years Ago, and Other Poems.
1875
 

SIGOURNEY, MRS. L.H. Poems, Religious and Elegiac.
1841
 

SLIE, DAVID Editor & THE CLOSET. Vol. I, # 1-12 [and] Vol. II, # 1-12. [All]. October 15, 1845-Sept. & Oct. 1847.
1845
 

SMALLEY, JOHN. Eternal Salvation on no Account a Matter of just Debt; or, Full Redemption, not interfering with free Grace. A Sermon, Delivered at Wallingford, By particular Agreement, with special Reference to the Murryan Controversy...
1785
 

SMITH, AMANDA. An Autobiography. The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist. Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India and Africa, as an Independent Missionary. With an Introduction by Bishop Thorburn, of India.
1893
 

SMITH, AMANDA. An Autobiography. The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist. Containing an Account of Her Life Work of Faith, and Her Travels in America, England, Ireland, Scotland, India and Africa, as an Independent Missionary. With an Introduction by Bishop Thorburn, of India.
1893
 

SMITH, E. An Inquiry into Scriptural and Ancient Servitude, in which it is shown that neither was Chattel Slavery; with the Remedy for American Slavery.
1852
 

SMITH, ELIAS. The Age of Enquiry, Christian's Pocket Companion and Daily Assistant; Calculated also for the benefit of the rising generation, in leading them into truth.
1825
 

SMITH, ELIAS.
1827
 

SMITH, ELIAS. The Life, Conversion, Preaching, Travels, and Sufferings of Elias Smith. Written by Himself. Vol. I (all).
1816
 

SMITH, ELIAS. A Discourse Delivered at Jefferson Hall...November 25, 1802...the Subject, Nebuchadnezzar's Dream.
1803
 

SMITH, ETHAN. A Dissertation on the Prophecies Relative to Antichrist and the Last Times...and a Treatise on the Seven Apocalyptic Vials. Second Edition.
1814
 

SMITH, ETHAN. Key to the Revelation. In Thirty-Six Lectures, Taking the Whole Book in Course.
1833
 

SMITH, ISAAC. A Sermon, Preached at the Instalment of the Rev. Ethan Smith, to the Pastoral Care of the Church and Congregation in Hopkinton, N. Hampshire, March 12, 1800...and the Discourse, Delivered by the REv. Ethan Smith, the Next Sabbath After His Instalment, to the People of His Charge.
1800
 

SMITH, LEMUEL. The History of Job: with Reflections Affording Comfort to the Disconsolate.
1806
 

SMITH, MARCUS. An Epitome of Systematic Theology...
1829
 

SMITH, SAMUEL ABBOT. Exegesis with Dr. Noyes. 1850-1853. 445 pp. [and] Notes and Thoughts on Lectures with Dr. Noyes, March 10, 1851. 385 pp. "Christian Evidences," and "Dogmatic Theology." 2 vols. Sm. 4to. Ink, in a legible hand. Contemp. uniform 3/4 calf & marbled boards.
1850
 

SMITH, WILLIAM. Some Remarks on the "Toleration Act" of 1819. Addressed to the Hon. John Taylor Gilman. By a Friend to the "Public Worship of the Deity."
1823
 

SMYTH, ALEXANDER. An Explanation of the Apocalypse, or Revelations of St. John.
1825
 

SOCIETY FOR THE EDUC Circular of the Education Society, to Its Members and Auxiliaries. October, 1825.
1825
 

SOUTHGATE, STEWART. Steward Southgate’s Request to David Goddard, Priest of the First Parish in Leicester, to Become a Quaker. 1745, Leicester, Massachusetts. 6 x 8 inches, folded in half, no cover. 12 pp. Pages browned, closely written ink, edges chipped & frayed.
1745
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. The Collected Works...34 works in six volumes, 1834-1886. Biography and Introductions by Charles Shively. ISBN 087730-006-2
1971
 

SPRAGUE, WILLIAM B. Two Letters, One Page Each, 4to., Written in 1818 & 1828 to Rev. William B. Sprague from Geo. B. Upham and E. H. Mills. Ink. Addressed on verso [p. 4]. Tears at site of wax seals, no loss. Browned, previous folds.
1818
 

SPRING, GARDINER. The Doctrine of Election Illustrated and Established in a Sermon, Preached on the Evening of the Second Lord's Day, in December, 1816.
1826
 

SPRING, SAMUEL. The Sixth Commandment Friendly to Virtue, Honor and Politeness. A Discourse, in Consequence of the Late Duel...August 5, 1804.
1804
 

SQUIER, M.P. Two (2) pp. ALS to Rev. Mason Day at Orangeville, Genesee, New York. Perry Centre, New York, Nov. 18, 1829. 4to. Ink. Letter Written on Printed Circular of the Western Agency for Home Missions. Integral address, wax seal. Small holes at left margin and at folds. Browned.
1829
 

ST. CLAIR, A. ALS, ink, sm. 4to, 2 pages + integral address leaf with postal hand cancel. Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, April 29, 1833. To "My Dear Brother", Rev. John B. Pitkin, Richmond Virginia.
1833
 

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Receipt Book for St. Paul's Church, 1809-17. Oblong 8vo. 205 pp. Contemp. calf, very worn. Ink.
1809
 

STILES, WILLIAM HATH 2-1/2 pp. ALS to His Cousin, Ebenezer Akins, Jr. New York (City). Concerns meetings of Millerites and Whigs. October 27, 1844. 12.5 x 16 inches, folded in half with integral address. Folds, small hole at wax seal, minor tears at folds. Legible ink.
1844
 

STILLMAN, SAMUEL. A good Minister of Jesus Christ. A Sermon, Preached in Boston, September 15, 1797, at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Stephen Smith Nelson. To which are added, the Charge, by the Rev. Mr. Isaac Backus...and the Right Hand of Fellowship, by the Rev. Mr. Thomas Baldwin...
1797
 

STOWE, CALVIN E., et Student Lecture Notes of Peter Nutting, 1828-62, Beginning of September 20, 1858, With His Signature & Date, Including Lectures by Calvin E. Stowe, William G.T. Shedd, and Austin Phelps. Five Volumes. 4to. Ca. 600 pp. Ink. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards, one spine cracked but very good.
1858
 

STOWE, H.B. Earthly Care, a Heavenly Discipline.
1853
 

STOWE, H.B. Earthly Care. A Heavenly Discipline.
1854
 

STREETER, RUSSELL. Mirror of Calvinistic Fanaticism, or Jedediah Burchard & Co. During a Protracted Meeting of Twenty-Six Days in Woodstock, Vermont. Second Edition.
1835
 

STUART, MOSES. A Letter to William E. Channing D.D. on the Subject of Religious Liberty. Third Edition.
1830
 

SUNDERLAND, LA ROY E The Magnet: Devoted to the Investigation of Human Physiology. [Printed cover wrapper title]. Vol. II, # 1-6.
1843
 

SWEDENBORG, EMANUEL. The Heavenly Doctrine of the New Jerusalem, as Revealed from Heaven, from the Latin...Second American edition.
1820
 

SWIFT, JOB. Discourses on Religious Subjects. To which are prefixed, Sketches of His Life and Character, and a Sermon, Preached at West-Rutland, on the Occasion of His Death, by the Rev. Lemuel Haynes.
1805
 

TAPPAN, DAVID. A Discourse Delivered in the Chapel of Harvard College, June 17, 1794, at the Request of the Senior Class of Students...
1794
 

TAYLOR, ISAAC. Fanaticism.
1834
 

TENNEY, CALEB J. A Summary View of God's Gracious Covenant with Abraham and His Seed; Of the Right and Design of the Baptism of Infants; And of the Mode of Baptism. In Four Discourses.
1808
 

THACHER, TYLER. Arminianism Examined. A Review of "A Discourse on Predestination and Election, Preached on an Especial Occasion, at Greenwich, Massachusetts, by Wilbur Fisk, D.D."
1833
 

THOMPSON, JOSEPH P. Man in Genesis and in Geology: Or, the Biblical Account of Man's Creation, Tested by Scientific Theories of His Origin and Antiquity.
1870
 

THOMPSON, OTIS Edito for the Years, 1824 and 1825. Vol. I, # 2-24.
1824
 

THOMSON, ROBERT. Divine Authority of the Bible; or, Revelation and Reason, Opposed to Sophistry and Ridicule: Being a Refutation of Paine's Age of Reason. First American Edition.
1807
 

THORNTON, ABEL. The Life of Elder Abel Thornton, Late of Johnston, R.I. A Preacher in the Free-Will Baptist Connexion, and a Member of the R.I. Q[uarterly] Meeting. Written by Himself.
1828
 

TYLER, BENNET. A Review of President Day's Treatise on the Will.
1838
 

UPHAM, CHARLES W. The Charge of Ignorance and Misrepresentation Proved Against Rev. George B. Cheever. From the Salem Gazette.
1833
 

UPHAM, THOMAS C, Life of Madame Catharine Adorna. Including Some Leading Facts and Traits in Her Religious Experience. Together with Explanations and Remarks, Tending to Illustrate the Doctine of Holiness.
1845
 

UPHAM, THOMAS C. Jahn's Biblical Archaeology, Translated from the Latin, with Additions and Corrections.
1823
 

VERMONT RELIGIOUS TR Religious Tracts. No. I -[II]. [Caption title].
1809
 

VINTON, FRANCIS. Loyalty and Piety; Or, the Christian’s Civil Obligations Defined. A Discourse Preached in Trinity Church, Newport, R.I. … on Thursday, July 21, 1842, the Day of Public Thanksgiving.
1842
 

VOLTAIRE. For the Promotion of Christian Knowledge. The Character of the Christian Mysteries, in a Dialogue Between a Church of England Missionary Preacher and a Chinese Mandarin, Wherein the Mysteries of the Christian Religion are Set Forth: The Design of Which is To Stimulate an Enquiry After Truth, and to Promote a Knowledge of Christianity. Taken From the French of Voltaire, With Various Alterations, Additions, & Marginal References. As Originally Printed by R. Carlisle, London, For the Society, for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge.
1827
 

WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN A Set of Chants Adapted to the Hymns in the Morning and Evening Prayer, and to the Communion Service, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
1819
 

WALKER, JAMES. A Sermon, Preached in Brooklyn, Connecticut, at the Installation of Rev. Samuel Joseph May, November 5, 1823.
1824
 

WALKER, JAMES. Smooth Preaching. “Prophesy not unto us right things; speak unto us smooth things, prophesy deceits.” Isaiah XXX.10.
1823
 

WALLER, A. A Drop of Mercy, from the Bright Cloud of Righteousness: Containing, I. A view of the state of Religion...prior to the last revival....IV. Some remarks on the regular support of Gospel Ministers.
1818
 

WATERS, R.P. Slavery and the Church. Two Letters Addressed to Rev. N.L. Rice...also a Letter to Rev. Nehemiah Adams...by Smectymnuus.
1856
 

WATSON, RICHARD. An Apology for the Bible, in a Series of Letters, Addressed to Thomas Paine...
1796
 

WATTERS, WILLIAM. A Short Account of the Christian Experience, and Ministerial Labours, of William Watters. Drawn Up By Himself.
1806
 

WEBSTER, NOAH. The Peculiar Doctrines of the Gospel, Explained and Defended. [Caption title].
1809
 

WEEMS, M.L. The Drunkard's Looking-Glass; Being a Faithful Likeness of the Drunkard, in Sundry Very Interesting Attitudes....Sixth Edition, Greatly Improved.
1818
 

WEEMS, MASON L. God's Revenge Against Adultery, Awfully Exemplified in the Following Cases if American Crim. Con....Third Edition.
1818
 

WELCH, MOSES C. Misrepresentation Detected: or, Strictures and Familiar Remarks Upon the "View, by John Sherman, A.B. of Ecclesiastical Proceedings in the County of Windham.
1807
 

WHIPPLE, BISHOP. Address at the Burial of Mrs. J. Lloyd Breck, Who Fell Asleep April 8, 1862.
1862
 

WHITMAN, BERNARD. A Letter to an Orthodox Minister, on Revivals of Religion.
1831
 

WHITNEY, NICHOLAS. Draft letter Hingham, April 3, 1832, from Committee of the Second Parish to Rev. N.B. Whitney. 1 p. 12mo. Ink. Folds with breaks, but intact.
1832
 

WHITTEMORE, THOMAS. Universalist Reverend’s Diary. Vol. 2, July 11, 1859- November 7, 1859. Pocket book 3 x 4.5 inches. HInged leather cover. 115 pp. “T. Whittemore, Chelsea, Mass.” written on the flyleaf. Brown ink. Slight browning, wear to cover, very good.
1859
 

WIGGLESWORTH, EDWARD The Doctrine of Reprobation Briefly Considered: Being the Substance of Some Lectures in Harvard College.
1763
 

WILKES, HENRY. Lecture on Freedom of Mind...and Speech of...the Earl of Elgin & Kincardine...Delivered Before the Mercantile Library Association of Montreal...
1848
 

WILKINS, MRS. T.E. Lessons for Children of the New Church. Third Edition.
1859
 

WILLARD, SAMUEL. The Grand Issue: An Ethico-Political Tract.
1851
 

WILLARD. An Address to the Christian Public, in Two Parts. 1st. A correct view of the transactions of an ecclesiastical Council, convened at Deerfield, August 11, 1807, for the purpose of ordaining Mr. Samuel Willard...also, 2d. A correct view of sundry facts and circumstances relative to the doing of another ecclesiastic Council...for the purpose of ordaining Mr. Gamaliel S. Olds: Being a Counterpart To a late publication, issued from the Press of Denio & Phelps in Greenfield...
1813
 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS. Providence Preacher: A Series of Sermons and Other Instructions, in Monthly Numbers...Vol. I, # 1-8 [of 12].
1859
 

WILLSON, JAMES R. Prince Messiah's Claims to Dominion Over All Governments: and the Disregard of Thjis authority by the United States in the Federal Constitution. Inscribed by the American Bible Society by the Author.
1832
 

WILSON, JOSHUA L A Letter Addressed to R.H. Bishop, D.D., President of Miami University, on the Subject of His "Plea for United Christian Action;" Addressed Particularly to Presbyterians.
1835
 

WILSON, JOSHUA L. Four Propositions Sustained Against the Claims of the American Home Missionary Society.
1831
 

WILSON, THOMAS. The Knowledge and Practice of Christianity Made Easy To the Meanest Capacities: or, an Essay Towards an Instruction for the Indians...the Second Edition, with Additions...
1741
 

WINCHESTER, ELHANAN. The Three Woe-Trumpets, of which The First and Second are already past, and the Third is Now Begun...
1811
 

WINCHESTER, ELHANAN. The Process and Empire of Christ; from His Birth to the End of the Mediatorial Kingdom; a Poem, in Twelve Books.
1805
 

WINCHESTER, ELHANAN. A Letter to the Rev. C.E. De Coetlogon, Editor of President [Jonathan] Edward's Lately-Revived Sermon, on the Eternity of Hell-Torments.
1789
 

WINCHESTER, ELHANAN. The Three Woe-Trumpets, of which The First and Second are already past, and the Third is Now Begun...
1800
 

WINDSHIP, CHARLES W Discourse on Religion and Doctrines, Delivered Before the First Society of Free Inquirers, in Boston, November 15, 1829. Second Edition, with corrections and notes
1829
 

WISE, DANIEL. The Young Lady's Counselor; or, Outlines and Illustrations of the Sphere, the Duties, and the Dangers of Young Women. Designed to be a Guide to True Happiness in This Life, and to Glory in the Life which is to Come.
1857
 

WISE, JOHN. A Vindication of the Government of New-England Churches [and] The Churches Quarrel Espoused: or a Reply...[and] A Platform of Church-Discipline...[and] A Confession of Faith...
1772
 

WOOD, WM. MAXWELL. A Shoulder to the Wheel of Progress: Being Essays, Lectures and Miscellanies Upon Themes of the Day.
1853
 

WOODS, LEONARD. A Contrast Between the Effects of Religion and the Effects of Atheism. An Oration Delivered at Commencement, Harvard University, Cambridge, July 17, 1799.
1799
 

WORCESTER, NOAH. Bible News, of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit...
1810
 

WORCESTER, NOAH. An Impartial Review of Testimonies in Favor of the Divinity of the Son of God...in Letters Addressed to a Worthy Minister of the Gospel.
1810
 

WYETH, JOHN. Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music. Part Second. Original and Selected from the Most Eminent and Approved Authors in that Science, for the Use of Christian Churches, Singing-Schools & Private Societies...
1813
 

YOUNG, J. FREEMAN. (Russo-Greek Committee Papers.) Proposal & papers # 1 - 4, 6 - 9.
1865
 

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