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1 BURLEIGH Sermons that Stirred a City.

BURLEIGH, WILLIAM. Sermons that Stirred a City. Pennington Gap, VA, Sun Publ. Co., 1915. 4.7 x 6.5 inches. Bound dark blue cloth with gold lettering on front cover, removed tape mark on top of spine and both covers, private ownership stamps on pages, endpapers foxing, otherwise clean & solid. 112pp. 
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2 CAMPBELL Christian Baptist; Edited by Alexander Campbell.
1861 Bound full blind-stamped black leather gilt lettering on spine, leather split along front hinge, rubbed and worn at edges--just through the leather at the corners, marbled page edges, yellow endpapers, light to medium foxing with some pencil marginalia. Text set in double columns. Octavo Cincinnati, OH Early signature on front free endpaper: "Sidney S.
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, ed. The Christian Baptist; Edited by Alexander Campbell. [4 lines quotes] Revised by D. S. Burnet, from the Second Edition, with Mr. Campbell's Last Corrections. Seven Volumes in One. Thirteenth Edition. [Cincinnati, Ohio] Published by H. S. Bosworth. 1861. Octavo.

Bound full blind-stamped black leather, gilt lettering on spine, leather split along front hinge, rubbed and worn at edges--just through the leather at the corners, marbled page edges, yellow endpapers, light to medium foxing with some pencil marginalia. Text set in double columns. Early signature on front free endpaper: "Sidney S. Moore. Jan 20, 1861."

Collation: title, (1) copyright, (1) original dedication, (1) preface to 8th ed., [5]-665pp, (1) blank, 667-670pp index.

Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. "Believing in the power of the press, Alexander Campbell started the Christian Baptist in 1823, and built up a successful periodical, through which he disseminated his opinions. The paper was printed at home and its success encouraged him to continue the printing business uninterruptedly for forty years. In his paper he attacked missions, Sunday-schools, and sectarian societies as then conducted, carrying the war vigorously into the enemies' camp, and censuring the clergy in particular... From 1830 his interest in the second coming of Christ led him to publish the Millennial Harbinger instead of the Christian Baptist. His publishing interests in a small community were so large that the Federal government established a post office for him and made him postmaster, an office which he held for thirty years."--Dict. of Amer. Biography, III:447-8. 
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3 CAMPBELL Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of
19TH-AM-OH-CINCINNATI-ROBINSON 
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER & ROBERT OWEN. Debate on the Evidences of Christianity; Containing an Examination of the "Social System," and of all the Systems of Scepticism of Ancient and Modern Times. Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, in April, 1829; Between Robert Owen & Alexander Campbell. Reported by Charles H. Sims, Esq. With an Appendix, written by the parties. Volume I. [& Volume II.] [9 lines of quotes] Second Edition. Cincinnati, Ohio: Published by Robinson and Fairbank, At the office of the Christian Journal. 1829. Octavo. Bound full tree-calf with ornate gilt spine,, rubbed & scuffed some, bottom two corners bumped, yellow page edges, one slight start, 19th century college bookplate and presentation inscription from a Amos F. Hall dated 1855, lacks front free endpaper, library accession number in stamp & pen on front flyleaf, light tanning of pages, dampstain around edges of title and next few pages diminishing to a dampstain in the bottom margin only through page 50--same at rear of book, light foxing. Collation: [1]-216, 1-256. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 Campbell's preface, [6]-7 laws of discussion, (1) blank, [9]-251 debate, (1) blank; (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-201 debate, (1) blank, [203]-215 review of Mr. Owen's book, [216]-236 Mr. Owen's appendix, [237]-263 Mr. Campbell's appendix, (1) blank, [265]-300 addenda. Amer. Imprints #29-39946. Second edition published the same year as the first (Bethany Va.). Robert Owen (1771-1858) Welsh socialist, pioneer of co-operation in industry, and philanthropist. He argued in A New View of Society (1813) that man's character is wholly determined by environment. He founded several communities of "Owenites" on co-operative principles in England and America including one in New Harmony, Indiana. At the age of 82 he took up Spiritualism. Alexander Campbell 
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4 CAMPBELL Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of
19TH-AM-WV-BETHANY-CAMPBELL 
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER & ROBERT OWEN. Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of the "Social System," and of all the Systems of Scepticism of Ancient and Modern Times. Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, from the 13th to the 21st of April, 1829; Between Robert Owen, of New Lanark, Scotland, and Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia. Reported by Charles H. Sims, Stenographer. With an Appendix, written by the parties. Vol. I. [& Vol. II.] [8 lines of quotes] Bethany, Va., Printed and Published by Alexander Campbell. 1829. Octavo. Bound full leather with red title label, heavily rubbed and scuffed, spine ends chipped, worn through leather at the four corners and along top and bottom edges, leather splitting along hinges, medium to heavy foxing. Collation: 1-216, 1-256, 262. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 preface, (2) laws of discussion, (1) blank, [9]-251 debate, (1) blank; (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-201 debate, (1) blank, [203]-215 review of Mr. Owen's book, [216]-236 Mr. Owen's appendix, [237]-263, (1) blank, [265]-301 agenda, (1) blank, (2) proposals...for publishing...Millennial Harbinger. Norona & Shetler: West Virginia Imprints 1790-1863, #245 Robert Owen (1771-1858) Welsh socialist, pioneer of co-operation in industry, and philanthropist. He argued in A New View of Society (1813) that man's character is wholly determined by environment. He founded several communities of "Owenites" on co-operative principles in England and America including one in New Harmony, Indiana. At the age of 82 he took up Spiritualism. Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. With the aim of greater Christian union he rejected all credal formulas. He first began preaching in 1810 and organized the church at Brush Run, Pa. At the time he believed in the independence and congregatio 
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5 CAMPBELL Debate on the Roman Catholic Religion: Held in the Sycamore-Street
19TH-AM-OH-CINCINNATI 
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, and JOHN B. PURCELL. A Debate on the Roman Catholic Religion: Held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting House, Cincinnati, from the 13th to the 21st of January, 1837. Between Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia, and the Rt. Rev. John B. Purcell, Bishop of Cincinnati. Taken Down by Reporters, and Revised by the Parties. [4 lines quotes from gospels] Cincinnati: Stereotyped & Published by J. A. James & Co. 1837. 12mo. Bound original tan paper over boards, spine nicely rebacked in modern acid-free tan paper with printed paper title label, original tan paper soiled and rubbed--worn through paper at all edges, damp spots on rear cover, untrimmed page edges, medium foxing throughout--heavier foxing on endpapers. Includes front & rear free-endpapers and flyleaves. Pencil name upside down on front free endpaper. Collation: A-R6, S4, T2, T-Z6, 2A-2E6. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, (1) to the public, (1) blank, v-viii introduction, 9-359, (1) blank. Page 359 has a printed slip pasted over previous text that reads: "Having read all the proofs of this discussion, I certify, that the reader has, substantially, as correctly as under all the circumstances could have been expected, a fair representation of the whole discussion. March 7, 1837. A. Campbell." Famous debate between Campbell & Purcell. J. J Haley notes in his Debates that Made History, that this was the only time in America when a Roman church official debated a Protestant pastor. 
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6 CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER Christian Baptist, Published Monthly. Edited by Alexr. Campbell.
1829 Bound in original calf boards, rebacked with acid- leather rubbed and scuffed, worn through leather at corners, corners bumped, lacks rear free endpaper and flyleaf, front endpapers and flyleaf filled with notes in a early pen, most pages have notes in the same hand in the margin of the page, piece of archival rag paper pasted over inside rear hinge, 5 leaves with edge or corner repair using archival rag paper, heavy foxing throughout, small damp stain in outside margin of most pages. 12MO. 19TH-AM-WV-BETHANY-cAMPBELL 
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, ed. The Christian Baptist, Published Monthly. Edited by Alexander Campbell. [12 lines scripture.] Vol. VII. Bethany: Printed and Published by A. Campbell. 1829, 12mo. Vol. VII, No's. 1-12, Monday, Aug. 3, 1829- Monday July 5, 1830. Bound in original calf boards, rebacked with acid-free heavy brown paper, leather rubbed and scuffed, worn through leather at corners, corners bumped, lacks rear free endpaper and flyleaf, front endpapers and flyleaf filled with notes in a early pen, most pages have notes in the same hand in the margin of the page, piece of archival rag paper pasted over inside rear hinge, 5 leaves with edge or corner repair using archival rag paper, heavy foxing throughout, small damp stain in outside margin of most pages. Collation: 1-246. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-286pp +(2)pp index. Norona & Shetler: WV Imprints 1790-1863: pt. I, #313. Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. "Believing in the power of the press, Alexander Campbell started the Christian Baptist in 1823, and built up a successful periodical, through which he disseminated his opinions. The paper was printed at home and its success encouraged him to continue the printing business uninterruptedly for forty years. In his paper he attacked missions, Sunday-schools, and sectarian societies as then conducted, carrying the war vigorously into the enemies' camp, and censuring the clergy in particular... From 1830 his interest in the second coming of Christ led him to publish the Millennial Harbinger instead of the Christian Baptist. His publishing interests in 
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7 COLE Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) of Southern California, A

COLE, CLIFFORD A. The Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) of Southern California A History. (St. Louis, Mo., Christian Bd. Publ., c1959) 6.7 x 8.7 inches. Bound green cloth with black lettering on spine, white call number on bottom of spine, library bookplate, library pocket & card, dust jacket flap tipped onto front free endpaper, otherwise good+ condition. Pagination: 324pp, index. "This history of pioneers of faith parallels the bold romantic story of California itself... Brief life stories of 149 Southern California churches complete the inspiring chronicle."--dj. 
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8 COREY Among Central African Tribes. Journal of a Visit to the Congo Mission

COREY, STEPHEN J. Among Central African Tribes. Journal of a Visit to the Congo Mission. Cincinnati, Foreign Christian Missionary Soc. (c1912) 157pp, b&w illustrations; bound printed paper covers with a piece of library cloth glued over spine, covers worn at edges, exlib., otherwise good condition. Disciples of Christ missions in the Congo. "This book is the diary kept by Mr. Stephen J. Corey while on a visit to the Congo to inspect one of the most interesting Missions in the world and to report on conditions as he found them."--foreword. 
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9 COREY Among Central African Tribes. Journal of a Visit to the Congo Mission

COREY, STEPHEN J. Among Central African Tribes. Journal of a Visit to the Congo Mission. Fourth Edition. Cincinnati, Foreign Christian Missionary Soc. (c1912) 157pp, b&w illustrations; dark blue cloth lightly soiled, library stamp & pocket, otherwise good condition. Disciples of Christ missions in the Congo. "This book is the diary kept by Mr. Stephen J. Corey while on a visit to the Congo to inspect one of the most interesting Missions in the world and to report on conditions as he found them."--foreword. 
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10 FORTUNE Disciples in Kentucky.

FORTUNE, ALONZO WILLARD. The Disciples in Kentucky. Publ. by the Conv. of Christian Churches in the U.S.A. (c1932) Octavo. Bound black cloth with faded gold lettering on spine and front cover, cloth just starting to fray at bottom of spine, bottom corners bumped, rubbed some, endpapers foxing, contents clean, tattered and soiled dust jacket in mylar sleeve. Pagination: 415pp, frontispiece, illustrations, reference notes at end, index. 
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11 HIGDON From Carabao to Clipper.

HIGDON, E. K. & I. W. From Carabao to Clipper. NY, Friendship Press (c1941) Bound blue cloth with orange lettering on spine, orange title label on front cover with blue lettering, scar on spine and front cover where call number was removed, rubbed at extremities & just starting to fray, library bookplate and pocket. Pagination: (8) 120pp, black & white illustrations, bibliography, map on endpapers. "The Reverend and Mrs. E. K. Higdon lived in the Philippine Islands as missionaries of the Disciples of Christ from 1917 to 1937."--verso of title. 
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Immersionists Against the Bible; or, the Babel Builder Confounded, In an Exposition of the Origin, Design, Tactics, and Progress of the New Version Movement of Campbellites and other Baptists, LEE, NATHANIEL H.
12 LEE, NATHANIEL H. Immersionists Against the Bible; or, the Babel Builder Confounded, In an Exposition of the Origin, Design, Tactics, and Progress of the New Version Movement of Campbellites and other Baptists
Methodists Against the Campbellites & Baptists on Immersion, Nashville, TN, 2nd Printing, 1857 1857 2nd Printing Cloth Bound original blind stamped publisher's cloth, faded gilt decoration on spine, covers with spots lacking from cloth--probably insect damage--worse on the rear cover, spine ends chipped away, worn through cloth at corners, yellow endpaper with some foxing, contents with medium foxing throughout 10.1 x 15.5cm Nashville, TN 
LEE, NATHANIEL H. Immersionists Against the Bible; or, the Babel Builder Confounded, In an Exposition of the Origin, Design, Tactics, and Progress of the New Version Movement of Campbellites and other Baptists. By the Rev. N. H. Lee, of the Louisville Conference. Edited by Thomas O. Summers, D.D. Nashville, Tenn: Published by E. Stevenson & F. A. Owen, Agents, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 1857. 10.1 x 15.5cm. $65.00

Nathaniel H. Lee (died 1881), methodist minister in the Louisville conference; married to Sophia Lee (1832-1917). This work is written against Baptists & Campbellites who wanted a new "immersion" version of the Bible. We offer the second printing of 1857 after the first of 1856. Rowe: Methodist Union Catalog #L1153. OCLC locates 3 libraries of the 1857 2nd printing: Central Meth. Univ. Smiley Libr; Bridwell Libr.; Emory & Henry College. Rowe adds Kentucky Wesleyan College Library.

Bound original blind stamped publisher's cloth, faded gilt decoration on spine, covers with spots lacking from cloth--probably insect damage--worse on the rear cover, spine ends chipped away, worn through cloth at corners, yellow endpaper with some foxing, contents with medium foxing throughout.

Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, iii-iv contents, v-viii preface by the editor, 9-270pp +2pp ads. 
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13 ROSS African Heritage.

ROSS, EMORY. African Heritage. NY, Friendship Press (c1952) xii (2) 145 (1)pp, bibliography, exlib., dj blurbs glued to front endpapers, just worn through cloth at 1 corner. The author was a missionary with the Disciples of Christ in Africa for 40 years. "Three powerful, organized forces now struggling for the minds and hearts of men in Africa can be clearly named. They are animist communalism, Stalinist communism and the Christian community."--dj blurb. 
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14 SHAW Hoosier Disciples, A Comprehensive History of the Christian Churches

SHAW, HENRY K. Hoosier Disciples, A Comprehensive History of the Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) in Indiana. Bethany Press, 1966. Quarto. Bound orange cloth with brown lettering on spine and front cover, clean and bright, worn and soiled dust jacket in mylar sleeve. Pagination: 535pp, illustration, bibliography, index. 
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15 TUCKER, WILLIAM E. J. H. Garrison and Disciples of Christ.
1964 Bound tan cloth very good condition rubbed dust jacket with a few small tears in edges, dj in mylar sleeve. book Octavo St. Louis, Missouri, The Bethany Press 
TUCKER, WILLIAM E. J. H. Garrison and Disciples of Christ. St. Louis, Missouri, The Bethany Press (c1964) Octavo.

Bound tan cloth, very good condition, rubbed dust jacket with a few small tears in edges, dj in mylar sleeve. 278pp, bibliography, index.

"The years between the Civil War and 1930 constitute the most critical period in the history of Disciples of Christ, yet little attempt has been made to understand that era's most prominent leaders, one of whom was J.H. Garrison... The value of the book is enhanced by the extensive use which is made of J. H. Garrison's letters and diaries."--dj blurb. 
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16 WILKES, L. B. and JACOB DITZLER. The Louisville Debate: A Discussion of the Question, What is Christian Baptism? Including its Proper Subjects and Design. Between Elder L. B. Wilkes, Of the Christian Church, Lexington, Ky., and Rev. Jacob Ditzler, Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Louisville, Ky. Held in "Weisiger Hall," Louisville, Ky., Beginning on the 13th and Closing on the 23rd of December, 1870. Reported on the part of Mr. Wilkes, by Mr. Benn Pitman... And on the part of Mr. Ditzler, by Morris E. Jones...
1872 Second Edition Bound green cloth worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, soiled place near top of front cover with small water spots, name of "Joseph E. Hay's Book Price $3.00, Hardin" written and crossed out many times on front endpapers, light foxing. book Octavo Lexington, Ky., Transylvania Publishing Company 
WILKES, L. B. and JACOB DITZLER. The Louisville Debate: A Discussion of the Question, What is Christian Baptism? Including its Proper Subjects and Design. Between Elder L. B. Wilkes, Of the Christian Church, Lexington, Ky., and Rev. Jacob Ditzler, Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Louisville, Ky. Held in "Weisiger Hall," Louisville, Ky., Beginning on the 13th and Closing on the 23rd of December, 1870. Reported on the part of Mr. Wilkes, by Mr. Benn Pitman... And on the part of Mr. Ditzler, by Morris E. Jones... Second Edition. Lexington, Ky., Transylvania Publishing Company, 1872. Octavo. Bound green cloth, worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, soiled place near top of front cover with small water spots, name of "Joseph E. Hay's Book Price $3.00, Hardin" written and crossed out many times on front endpapers, light foxing. xiv, 15-708pp, indexes--separate index for each debater's arguments. 
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17 WILLIAMS Life of Elder John Smith. With Some Account of the Rise and Progress
19TH-AM-OH-CINCINNATI 
WILLIAMS, JOHN AUGUSTUS. Life of Elder John Smith. With Some Account of the Rise and Progress of the Current Reformation. Cincinnati, R.W. Carroll & Co., 1870. Octavo. Bound original maroon cloth, soiled, heavily rubbed, worn through cloth at corners and spine ends, endpapers split at inside hinges with hinges strengthened and loose pieces paper glue back down, pages tanning some, light foxing, 2 starts, a few blue ink stains spattered on pages edges with a bit of bleeding onto margins. 578pp +10pp ads, lacking frontispiece of John Smith but is supplied in color facsimile. A bit rough but all there. John (Raccoon) Smith (1884-1868) early Disciples of Christ minister in Kentucky. Smith was instrumental in bringing about a union of Alexander Campbell's followers and those of Barton W. Stone. 
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18 WILLIAMS Life of Elder John Smith. With Some Account of the Rise and Progress
19TH-AM-OH-CINCINNATI 
WILLIAMS, JOHN AUGUSTUS. Life of Elder John Smith. With Some Account of the Rise and Progress of the Current Reformation. Cincinnati, R.W. Carroll & Co., 1870. Octavo. Bound original green cloth, soiled, heavily rubbed, worn through cloth at corners and spine ends, lacking free endpapers, pages tanning some, light foxing, 1 start. 578pp +10pp ads, frontispiece of John Smith. A bit rough but all there. John (Raccoon) Smith (1884-1868) early Disciples of Christ minister in Kentucky. Smith was instrumental in bringing about a union of Alexander Campbell's followers and those of Barton W. Stone. 
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19 WILSON In the Land of the Salaam.
1921 brown cloth white pen call number mostly removed, library bookplate, otherwise good condition. Book Cincinnati, Ohio, Powell & White 
WILSON, BERT. In the Land of the Salaam. Cincinnati, Ohio, Powell & White (c1921)

328pp, b&w frontispiece & illustrations, brown cloth, white pen call number mostly removed, library bookplate, otherwise good condition.

Disciples of Christ missionary work in central India.
(12202) 
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20 WOODSIWOODSIDE, R. W. and BERT J. BENTLEY.DE Revival Meetings. Woodside & Bentley. Now in progress at the Christian Church to which you are cordially invited.
no date 12.5 x 25.2cm. 
WOODSIDE, R. W. and BERT J. BENTLEY. Revival Meetings. Woodside & Bentley. Now in progress at the Christian Church to which you are cordially invited. R. W. Woodside will speak each evening. He will tell you some thing you ought to know. Bert J. Bentley, the song leader, with the assistance of a large chorus will furnish music you ought to hear. Come! [No place, No date.] 12.5 x 25.2cm.

Illustrated printed broadside with pictures of Woodside & Bentley placed side by side just under the top line "Revival Meetings." The word "Come!" printed in large letters at bottom. 1 x 2cm piece torn from top left corner, .6 x 3.5cm piece torn from middle of left side, very small piece torn from bottom edge, several .5 to 1.5cm tears in edges, old fold marks. Scarce item. There was a R.W. Woodside who coming from Wichita, Kansas, became the first pastor of the Christian Church in Longmont, Colorado in 1891. He was also a pastor of the First Christian Church in Weleetka, Oklahoma sometime between 1906 and 1913. 
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