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DUTCH REFORMED CHURCH

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DUTCH REFORMED CHURCH

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1 CENTENNIAL DISCOURSES. A Series of Sermons Delivered in the Year 1876

CENTENNIAL DISCOURSES. A Series of Sermons Delivered in the Year 1876, by the Order of the General Synod of the Reformed (Dutch) Church in America. NY, Bd. of Publ. Ref. Ch. in Amer., 1877, iv, various pp, decorative cover, sh wr thru cloth at corners & spine ends, foxing. 
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2 DE WITT Scripture Doctrine of Regeneration Defended. A Sermon,

DE WITT, JOHN. The Scripture Doctrine of Regeneration Defended. A Sermon, by the Rev. John De Witt, D.D. "He being dead yet speaketh." New York. Printed Corner of Pearl and Beekman Streets. 1832. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched, remains of green paper wrapper stuck to spine, light to medium foxing with the heavier foxing being on the title and last page. Collation: 4 unsigned leaves, 2-44. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-32pp. Amer. Imprints #12156. John De Witt (1789-1831) Reformed Dutch clergyman. He studied for a time at Union, but was graduated at Princeton in 1809. He then studied theology with Dr. Porter in Catskill and was licensed to preach in 1811. He held pastorates in the Reformed Dutch church at Lanesborough, Mass., and Albany, N.Y., until 1823 when he became professor of ecclesiastical history in the theological seminary at New Brunswick, N.J. In 1825 Dr. De Wit assumed also the professorship of belles-lettres, criticism, and logic in Rutgers college. The three chairs he filled until his death at age 42. We offer his sermon on regeneration, preached on the text of John 1:13 "Which were born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God." It was published posthumously. 
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3 DEWITT Discourse Delivered in the North Reformed Dutch Church in the City

DEWITT, THOMAS. A Discourse Delivered in the North Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York on the Last Sabbath in August, 1856. NY, Bd. of Publ. of the Ref. Protestant Dutch Church, 1857, octavo. Bound publisher's blue embossed cloth with faded gilt lettering son spine and bright gilt lettering and center design on front cover, damp stains on on covers, worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, light blue endpapers with booksellers tag of "John A. Gray" of New York, light foxing. Pagination: 100pp, frontispiece, many illustrations on separate plates, illustrated title page. 
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