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GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH

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1 SURVEY, of the Reformed Church in the U.S. Under the Auspices of the

A SURVEY, of the Reformed Church in the U.S. Under the Auspices of the Laymen's Missionary Movement; by 4 Commissions. 2d ed. [No place] (c1914) Paperback, ex-library copy. 212pp, 2 folding maps, other maps, tables. 
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2 APPEL, THEODORE. The Beginnings of the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church in the United States from 1817 to 1832.
1886 Bound in original printed paper wrapper, wrapper chipped at edges and soiled some, pages lightly tanning, otherwise good condition. Book Octavo Philadelphia: Reformed Church Publication Board. 
APPEL, THEODORE. The Beginnings of the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church in the United States from 1817 to 1832. By Rev. Theodore Appel, D.D., author of "Recollections of College Life." Et videbat quod rubus arderet et non combureretur.--Exodus. Philadelphia: Reformed Church Publication Board. 1886. Octavo. Bound in original printed paper wrapper, wrapper chipped at edges and soiled some, pages lightly tanning, otherwise good condition. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, iii-vi introduction, vii-viii table of contents, (1) half-title, (1) blank, 11-116 the history. "This important service has now been done the Reformed Church by the Rev. Dr. Theodore Appel. He has gone to the original sources. Fortunately for us, he has had access to documents, the existence of which was known to but few, if any. Much time and labor has been devoted to these original resources; and he has produced a book on the early history of our first educational institution, which has great moral and well as historical value. No one can attentively read this work without being convinced that a remarkable Providence has been supporting and guarding the German branch of the Reformed Church.""--Introduction, pp.iv & v. 
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3 BROWNLEE, WILLIAM CRAIG. Letters on Christian Baptism: Addressed to Young People. By W. C. Brownlee, D.D. To which is Appended A Letter on Feet-Washing. By a Minister of the German Reformed Church.
1841 Bound dark brown cloth with printed title label on front cover, cloth and label soiled & stained, rubbed and worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, several insect holes in spine cloth; foxing, contents water stained. book 4 x 5 inches Chambersburg, Pa., Printed at the Publication Office of the German Reformed Church. 
BROWNLEE, WILLIAM CRAIG. Letters on Christian Baptism: Addressed to Young People. By W. C. Brownlee, D.D. To which is Appended A Letter on Feet-Washing. By a Minister of the German Reformed Church. Chambersburg, Pa., Printed at the Publication Office of the German Reformed Church. 1841. 4 x 5? inches.

Bound dark brown cloth with printed title label on front cover, cloth and label soiled & stained, rubbed and worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, several insect holes in spine cloth; foxing, contents water stained.

Pagination: (2) 115pp, extra title page for the Baptism part of the book. American Imprints #41-875. 
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4 DICKERT, THOMAS W., ed. Life of the Rev. Calvin S. Gerhard, D.D.
1904 Bound maroon cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover, small dampstain at top of spine, top page edges gilt, contents clean, good condition. Book Philadelphia, Sunday School Board of the Reformed Church in the United States 
DICKERT, THOMAS W., ed. Life of the Rev. Calvin S. Gerhard, D.D. Edited by Rev. Thomas W. Dickert, A.M. Pastor St. Stephen's Reformed Church Reading, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Sunday School Board of the Reformed Church in the United States, (c1904).

Bound maroon cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover, small dampstain at top of spine, top page edges gilt, contents clean, good condition. Pagination: 256pp.

Portrait of Gerhard at frontispiece. Gerhard: German Reformed minister, theologian & author.
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5 FRANKLIN COLLEGE Charter of Franklin College, Published by Resolution of the Bd. Passed
19TH-AM-PA-LANCASTER-BRYSON & FORNEY 
FRANKLIN COLLEGE, Lancaster, Pa. Charter of Franklin College, Published by Resolution of the Bd. Passed, 19th, Oct. A.D. 1837. Lancaster, Bryson & Forney, 1837. Octavo. Pamphlet in plain wraps, foxing, good condition. 7pp. 
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6 GERHARD History of Lancaster Classis, Eastern Synod, of the Ref. Ch. in the U.

GERHARD, D. W. History of Lancaster Classis, Eastern Synod, of the Ref. Ch. in the U.S...1852-1902. Lancaster, PA, Rider & Srnyder, 1902. Printed paper covers. 47pp. 
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7 GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH. Acts and Proceedings of the Coetus and Synod...1791 to 1816 inclusive.

GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH. Acts and Proceedings of the Coetus and Synod...1791 to 1816 inclusive. Trans. from the German. Originally printed at Chambersburg, PA, by M. Kieffer & Co., 1854 [Repr. Dec. 4, 1930 by instruction of the Eastern Synod in session at Zion's Reformed Church, Allentown, PA]. Printed paper covers. 80pp. 
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8 GLASS History of the Classis of Lancaster of the Eastern Synod of the Ref. C

GLASS, DANIEL, etal, editors. History of the Classis of Lancaster of the Eastern Synod of the Ref. Church in the U.S. 1852-1940. Editors: Rev. Daniel G. Glass, Stated Clerk, Rev. C. George Bachman, Rev. Harry E. Shepardson, Rev. John F. Frantz, Rev. J.N. Le Van, D.D. (New Holland, PA, New Holland Clarion) [no date, circa 1940]. Octavo. Bound purple cloth with gilt lettering on spine & front cover. 431pp, color frontispiece, many illustrations, statistics, index. Very good condition. 
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9 HARBAUGH Tract for the Times. The Duty and Privilege of Making a Public Profe

HARBAUGH, HENRY. A Tract for the Times. The Duty and Privilege of Making a Public Profession of Religion, By Connections with the Church. Lancaster, Pa., 1851. Octavo. Pamphlet--side stitched, foxing and light damp stain. 32pp. Henry Harbaugh (1817-1867) German Reformed pastor at Lewisburg, Lancaster & Lebanon, Pa. (1843-1863). From 1863 until his death he was professor of theology at the Mercersburg Seminary. "He was a man of indefatigable industry, and a prominent exponent of the Mercersburg theology... [he] edited the Mercersburg Review for some time before his death, compiled numerous almanacs for the board of publication... and wrote a number of books."--New Schaff-Herzog Ency. Rel. Knowledge V:145. 
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10 REFORMED CHURCH IN THE U.S.; WESTMORELAND CLASSIS. HISTORY of the Reformed Church Within the Bounds of the Westmoreland
19TH-AM-PHILA-REFORMED CHURCH 
REFORMED CHURCH IN THE U.S.; WESTMORELAND CLASSIS. A History of the Reformed Church Within the Bounds of the Westmoreland Classis. Edited by a Committee of Classis. Philadelphia: Reformed Church Publication Board, 907 Arch Street. 1877. 12mo, 12.9 x 19.8cm. Bound publisher's textured brown cloth, chipped and worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, spine spotted with silverfish/insect holes, gilt spine lettering very faded but still partially readable, bright yellow endpapers, front free endpaper creased, pages tanning. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, 3-4 preface, v-vi contents, [1]-232pp. Contents include: Johm M. Titzel: The Reformed Church in the United STates. John W. Love: Westmoreland Classis. Geo. B. Russell: First Greensburg Pastoral Charge. D.B. Lady: Mt. Pleasant Charge. J.I. Swander: Latrobe Charge. Jacob F. Snyder: Emmanuel Charge. John McConnell: St. James' Charge. John W. Love: The Second Reformed Charge of Greensburg, Pa. Jacob F. Snyder: Salem Charge. J. M. Titzel: The Irwin Charge. Henry Blair: Pine Run Reformed Charge. S.Z. Beam: Trinity Reformed Charge of Scottdale, Pa. Lucian Cort: Extinct Congregations. 
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11 REFORMED CHURCH IN THE U.S.; WESTMORELAND CLASSIS. HISTORY of the Reformed Church Within the Bounds of the Westmoreland
19TH-AM-PHILA-REFORMED CHURCH 
REFORMED CHURCH IN THE U.S.; WESTMORELAND CLASSIS. A History of the Reformed Church Within the Bounds of the Westmoreland Classis. Edited by a Committee of Classis. Philadelphia: Reformed Church Publication Board, 907 Arch Street. 1877. 12mo, 12.9 x 19.8cm. Bound publisher's textured brown cloth, chipped and worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, worn through cloth also along a thin strip at center of spine, gilt spine lettering very faded but still readable, bright yellow endpapers with ownership inscription of "M. J. Hinke Collegeville April 1897," pages tanning. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, 3-4 preface, v-vi contents, [1]-232pp. Contents include: Johm M. Titzel: The Reformed Church in the United STates. John W. Love: Westmoreland Classis. Geo. B. Russell: First Greensburg Pastoral Charge. D.B. Lady: Mt. Pleasant Charge. J.I. Swander: Latrobe Charge. Jacob F. Snyder: Emmanuel Charge. John McConnell: St. James' Charge. John W. Love: The Second Reformed Charge of Greensburg, Pa. Jacob F. Snyder: Salem Charge. J. M. Titzel: The Irwin Charge. Henry Blair: Pine Run Reformed Charge. S.Z. Beam: Trinity Reformed Charge of Scottdale, Pa. Lucian Cort: Extinct Congregations. 
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12 REFORMED CHURCH. Addresses Delivered on the...150th Anniversary of the Founding of the

REFORMED CHURCH. Addresses Delivered on the...150th Anniversary of the Founding of the Eastern Synod of the Reformed Ch. in the U.S. Philadelphia, Reformed Church Publication Board. (1897) Printed paper covers, library stamp, spine tattered. 131pp, frontispiece. 
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13 RUSSELL Four Score and More, Memorabilia quorum magna pars fui.

RUSSELL, GEO. B. Four Score and More, Memorabilia quorum magna pars fui. Prepared by Request of My Friends Geo. B. Russell, A.M., D.D., LL.D. [4 lines] Published by the Author. Philadelphia: Fifteenth and Race Streets 1908. Bound bright maroon cloth with bright gilt lettering on front cover and spine, rubbed at spine ends, contents clean. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [iii]-vii contents, (1) blank, (1) list of illustrations, (1) blank, [xi]-xviii introudciton, [1]-378 text, [379]-383 index, (1) index. Includes 10 b&w illustrations including the frontispiece. On the front free endpaper is written "Compliments of" and then directly below it is pasted the printed card reading "Mrs. Dr. Russell"--the author's wife. Russell (1824-1908) Reformed minister, editor, college president. 
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14 SALEMS SONNTAGSSCHUL=GESELLSCHAFT in dem Nordliche Sonntagsschul=Gesellschaft in dem Nordlichen Freiheiten von Philadelph
1840 Leather 6.8 x 10.4cm Chambersburg, PA, 
SALEMS SONNTAGSSCHUL=GESELLSCHAFT in dem Nordlichen Freiheiten von Philadelphia. Sonntagsschul=Gesangbuchlein. Herausgegeben von der Salems Sonntagsschul=Gesellschaft in dem Nordlichen Freiheiten von Philadelphia; Laut einem Beschlusse der Ehrw. Synode der Hochdeutsch=Reformirten Kirche von Nord=Amerika, im Jahr 1839. Lobet den Herrn; denn unsern Gott loben, das ist ein Kostliches Ding. Ps.147,1. Chambersburg, Gedruckt in der Druckerei der "Christlichen "Zeitschrift", 1840. 6.8 x 10.4cm. Bound black leather spine with 4 sets of double fillet lines dividing spine into 3 panels, cloth over boards, both leather and cloth heavily rubbed, worn through cloth at corners, faded yellow page edges,lacks front & back free endpapers, last leaf of text with bottom corner torn away, a few other small corners torn away but not lacking any text, 5cm tear into 2nd leaf repaired with archival rag paper, dampstain on inner margin of first 5 leaves and outer lower corner of about half of the leaves, light to medium foxing. "Julia C. Bush Allentown" written in early pen on front paste-down endpaper and in pencil on rear free endpaper. Collation: [1]8, 24, 38, 44, 58 and so on thru 184, 198, 204 (last leaf blank). Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [iii]-iv Vorwort, [v]-viii Inhalt, [9]-228 songs, [9] Register, (3) blank. There are 180 songs in German, text only. Includes contents and index. American Imprints #40-6232 (MoWgT only). OCLC locates 11 libraries in the U.S. "The Little Sunday-School book edited for the Salem Sunday-school Association in North Liberty, Philadelphia..." 
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15 SCHAEFFER History of the Classis of Philadelphia, of the Reformed Church in the

SCHAEFFER, CHARLES E. History of the Classis of Philadelphia, of the Reformed Church in the U.S. Classis of Phila., 1944. Octavo. Bound black cloth with gold lettering on spine, clean, good+ condition. Pagination: vi, 179pp, statistics, charts, sketches of individual churches. Other copies available. 
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16 SCHAEFFER Repairer of the Breach, The Memoirs of Bernard C. Wolff.

SCHAEFFER, CHARLES E. A Repairer of the Breach, The Memoirs of Bernard C. Wolff. Lancaster, PA, Historical Soc., Ev. & Ref. Ch., 1949. 5.5 x 8.2 inches. Bound blue cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover, clean, very good condition, with good+ plain brown dust jacket. Pagination: 117pp, frontispiece. Other copies available. 
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17 ST. STEPHEN'S REFORMED CHURCH ST. STEPHEN'S REFORMED CHURCH, 50th Anniversary & Historical Sketch:

ST. STEPHEN'S REFORMED CHURCH, 50th Anniversary & Historical Sketch: 1894-1944. Harrisonburg, VA, [No place, no publisher] (1944). Illustrated pamphlet. 52pp. 
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18 STERNER History of the Reading Classis, Eastern Synod of the Reformed Chur

STERNER, FREDERICK A. The History of the Reading Classis, Eastern Synod of the Reformed Church in the U.S. 1895-1940. [No place, no date, circa 1940] 21.5 x 27.5cm (8? x 11 inches) Bound in printed green card covers with a printed title page. The remaining pages are printed one side only and with typewriter style text. Pagination: (6) 98pp. 
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19 STONESIFER Mercersburg Classis' Hundred Years, A Historical Sketch in Commemorati

STONESIFER, PAUL T. Mercersburg Classis' Hundred Years, A Historical Sketch in Commemoration of the Century of Service of Mercersburg Classis of the Evangelical & Reformed Church, 1840-1940. Paul Stonesifer, 1941. Printed paper covers. 124pp, illustrations. 
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