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1 EMMONS Discourse, Delivered October 13, 1813, Before Mendon Association,
EMMONS, NATHANAEL. A Discourse, Delivered October 13, 1813, Before Mendon Association, By Nathanael Emmons, D.D. Pastor of the Church in Franklin. Second Edition, By Request. New=York: Published by Cornelius Davis. 1826. Octavo. Pamphlet in plain brown paper wrapper, untrimmed page edges, foxing. 36, 12pp. A sermon on the text Genesis ii, 17, "But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it..." Nathanael Emmons (1745-1840) "Congregational minister, and theologian, the most entertaining of the teachers of the New England theology... He had surprising success as a preacher because of the pungent quality of his sermons. Students came to him in greater numbers than to any other man of his time for instruction in theology and the art of preaching. The principle of that art he expressed in the words, `Have something to say; say it.' ...His publications consist...entirely of sermons or parts of sermons..."--Benj. Wisner Bacon in Dict. Amer. Biography, VI:150. Emmons was ordained pastor at Franklin, Mass., in 1773 a position he filled for 54 years! "Dr. Emmons was a typical New England clergyman of the old school and probably no one exerted a wider influence. His house was a theological seminary. The number of young men who trained for the ministry can not be exactly ascertained, but was probably not less than a hundred [many who rose to distinction]... Dr. Emmons was an original thinker, and formed his theological system with rare independence of mind."--F. H. Foster in New Schaff-Herzog Ency. Rel. Knowl. IV:121. Final 12pp is: A Sermon on the confession of Faith, and Covenant of the Church in Paris. Preached on the First Sabbath in May, 1823; immediately before the Administration of the Lord's Supper. By William R. Weeks. Without separate title page. 
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2 ENGLES Evils of a Deficient Conviction of Sin: A Sermon Delivered before the
ENGLES, WILLIAM M. Evils of a Deficient Conviction of Sin: A Sermon Delivered before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, on the 20th Day of May, 1841, in the Seventh Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. By William M. Engles, D.D., Moderator of the Assembly. Philadelphia. 1841. 3? x 6? inches. Pamphlet in printed paper wrapper-wrapper printed within decorative border, library accession number on top of title, withdrawn stamp on bottom front cover & p.3, light scattered foxing, very small dog-ear broken off front cover. 28pp. American Imprints #41-1784 [MH-And; PPPrHi.] William M. Engles (1797-1867) Presbyterian pastor of Seventh Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, resigned 1834 on account of diseased throat, became editor of Presbyterian for 33 years, editor of Board of Publication. "Dr. Engles owed his reputation more to his pen than to his pulpit efforts...the Board of Publication was more indebted than to any other individual, according to its own acknowledgment." 
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3 NOTT Discourse Delivered in the Presbyterian Church, in the City of Alban
NOTT, ELIPHALET. A Discourse Delivered in the Presbyterian Church, in the City of Albany; Before the Ladies Society, for the Relief of Distressed Women and Children, March 18th, 1804. By Eliphalet Nott, A.M. Pastor of Said Church. Published by Request. Albany: Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, At their Bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-streets. [1804?] Octavo. Pamphlet, untrimmed page edges, uncut pages, light foxing, title and last page lightly soiled. 39 (1)pp. American Bibliography #6953. Eliphalet Nott (1773-1866) Presbyterian minister, president of Union College 1804-1866. This sermon on Job xxix.11,12, "When the ear heard me, then it Blessed me; and when the eye saw me, it gave witness to me because I delivered the poor that cried, the fatherless, and him that had none to help him," was delivered days after the author's 29 year old wife had died. Includes a 3pp eulogy to her at the end printed within a heavy black border. 
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4 ROMEYN Introductory Sermon, Delivered in the New Presbyterian Church in
ROMEYN, JOHN B. An Introductory Sermon, Delivered in the New Presbyterian Church, in Cedar-street, New-York, November 13, 1808, The First Sabbath after being Installed Pastor of said Church, By John B. Romeyn, A.M. Published by Request of the Congregation. New-York: Printed by J. Seymour, No. 118, Pearl-Street. 1808. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, foxing, title with several small chips in edges. 30pp. American Bibliography #16095 [MWA; NN]. John Brodhead Romeyn (1777-1825) Presbyterian minister in Rhinebeck, Schenectady, Albany and New York City, NY. "Dr. Romeyn's mind was of a height order. As a preacher, he stood eminent, in some respects primus inter pares, among the great lights New York could boast of in that day."--Nevin: Presbyterian Ency., p.783. A sermon preached on the text Col. i.28,29. "Whom we preach, warning every man, and teaching every man in all wisdom: that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus. Whereunto I also labour, striving according to his working, which worketh in me mightily." 
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5 SHEDD Nature and Influence of the Historic Spirit. An Inaugural Discour
SHEDD, WILLIAM G. T. The Nature and Influence of the Historic Spirit. An Inaugural Discourse, By William G. T. Shedd, Brown Professor in Andover Theological Seminary. [From the Bibliotheca Sacra for April, 1854.] Andover: Press of W.F. Draper & Brother. 1854. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet side-stitched, scattered light foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-52pp. William Greenough Thayer Shedd (1820-1894) Presbyterian pastor, professor variously in Univ. of Vermont, Auburn Theol. Sem., Andover Theol. Sem., & Union Theol. Seminary, "where he was known for the rigid logic and close compactness of his system, embodied in his Dogmatic Theology. This is his Inaugural Discourse upon the assumption of his duties as professor of church history in Andover. "The purpose of an Inaugural Discourse is, to give a correct and weighty impression of the importance of some particular department of knowledge...It must, consequently, be the general object of the present discourse to praise the department, and recommend the study, of history." 
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6 STRONG Mutability of Human Life. A Sermon, Preached March 10, 1811.
STRONG, NATHAN. The Mutability of Human Life. A Sermon, Preached March 10, 1811. By Nathan Strong, Pastor of the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford. Published by a number of the Hearers. Hartford: Printed by Judson and Goodwin. 1811. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, light foxing, small light damp stain in outer margin of first few pages. 14pp. Includes half-title page. Amer. Bibliog. #23996. Nathan Strong (1748-1816) longtime Congregational minister in Hartford, Conn., firm promoter and supporter of revivalism; he was the principal founder and sustainer of the Connecticut Evangelical Magazine. We offer his sermon preached on the text: James 1:11, And the grace of the fashion of it perisheth. 
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7 TAYLOR Social Problem. Seest Thou This Woman? A Discourse by Rev. A.A.E
TAYLOR, A. A. E. The Social Problem. Seest Thou This Woman? A Discourse by Rev. A.A.E. Taylor, Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church. Published by Request. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., No. 65 West Fourth Street. 1871. Octavo. Pamphlet bound in printed blue paper wrapper, wrapper chipped away along spine, chipped at all edges, vertical crease in pamphlet. 17pp. Archibald Alexander Edward Taylor (1834- ) Presbyterian minister, graduate of Princeton Theol. Seminary, licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Cincinnati in 1857, pastor in Portland, Ky., Dubuque, Iowa, Georgetown, D.C., and Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1873 he succeeded Willis Lord as President of the Synodical Univ. at Wooster, Ohio. We offer his sermon on Luke vii,44. "And He turned to the woman and said unto Simon, Seest thou this woman?" 
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8 WATERMAN Noble Convert. A Sermon, Preached at Bridgeport, May 28, 1809, at
WATERMAN, ELIJAH. The Noble Convert. A Sermon, Preached at Bridgeport, May 28, 1809, at the Request of The Hon. Pierpont Edwards, Esq. By Elijah Waterman, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Bridgeport. "--Things which are despised, hath God chosen." I. Cor. 1,28. Bridgeport: [Ct.] Printed by Hezekiah Ripley. 1809. Octavo. Pamphlet in original plain blue paper wrapper, wrapper tattered at spine, untrimmed page edges are tattered some, light foxing. 20pp. American Bibliography #19150 [MWA; NN]. A Sermon on the text II. Kings v.18,19. "In this thing, the Lord Pardon they servant, that when my master goeth into the House of Rimmon to worship there, and he leaneth on my hand, and I bow myself in the house of Rimmon; when I bow down myself in the house of Rimmon, the Lord pardon thy servant in this thing. And he said unto him, Go in peace." 
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