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1 Memorials. Rev. Henry Elias Dosker D.D., LL.D. L.H.D. Professor of C
circa 1926 Bound printed paper wrapper dog-ear on top corner front wrapper, dog-ear on bottom of frontispiece. pamphlet Octavo Louisville, Kentucky, The Franklin Printing Co. 
Memorials. Rev. Henry Elias Dosker D.D., LL.D. L.H.D. Professor of Church History Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Died December 23, 1926. (The Franklin Printing Co Incorporated, Louisville, Kentucky). Octavo.

Bound printed paper wrapper, dog-ear on top corner front wrapper, dog-ear on bottom of frontispiece. 75pp.

Henry E. Dosker (1855-1926) graduate of McCormick Theological Seminary, minister in the Dutch Reformed Church in America, professor of church history in Louisville Theological Seminary. 
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2 AGNEW Polity of Presbyterianism, in a Review of Proceedings of a Session
19TH-AM-NY-NY-TROW 
AGNEW, J. HOLMES. The Polity of Presbyterianism, in a Review of Proceedings of a Session, Presbytery, and Synod, in a Recent Case of Discipline. By J. Holmes Agnew, D.D. New York: John F. Trow, Printer, 50 Greene Street, Between Grand and Broome Streets. 1864. Octavo. Pamphlet in printed paper wrapper, covers soiled, a few small corners of pages torn off, light foxing. 40pp with errata slip tipped in at title. J. Holmes Agnew (1804-1865) Presbyterian, studied at Princeton, pastor of the Presbyterian church in Uniontown, Pa.; then was Professor variously at Washington College, Pa.; Marion College, Missouri; Newark College, Delaware; University of Michigan; and then was in charge of Maplewood Female Seminary, Pittsfield, Mass. 
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3 ANONYMOUS. Brief Memoirs of the Pious. Prepared for the Presbyterian Board of Publication.
1848 Bound black leather spine with blue marbled paper  spine divided into five compartments by gilt fillet lines, gilt title lettering, rubbed and scuffed so that the rubbed spots show brown at spine ends and along hinges, leather split along front hinge but cover still fairly tight, light foxing, but pages tanning some. BOOK 16mo, 10 x 15.5cm Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication 
ANONYMOUS. Brief Memoirs of the Pious. Prepared for the Presbyterian Board of Publication. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, No. 265 Chestnut Street. (c1848... Stereotyped by S. Douglas Wyeth, No 7 Pear St., Philadelphia.) 16mo, 10 x 15.5cm. Bound black leather spine with blue marbled paper over boards, spine divided into five compartments by gilt fillet lines, gilt title lettering, rubbed and scuffed so that the rubbed spots show brown at spine ends and along hinges, leather split along front hinge but cover still fairly tight, light foxing, but pages tanning some. Early ownership inscriptions of 1864. Modern bookplate of M.S. Carothers on front paste-down endpaper. Biographies of J.C. Rieu, John Campbell, Pliny Fisk, John Eliot, Mrs. Catherine Clark, Lady Huntingdon Mrs. Talbot, Mrs. Hannah Woodd, Lady Glenorchy, Mrs. Anne Thornton, & Miss Hannah Sinclair. 
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4 ANONYMOUS. Brief Thoughts: I. Concerning the Gospel and the Hindrances to Believe
1802 Pamphlet 12mo, 10 x 16.4cm. 
ANONYMOUS. Brief Thoughts: I. Concerning the Gospel and the Hindrances to Believe It: II. Concerning the Way in Which a Christian Obtains True Satisfaction Respecting His State Towards God. Fourth Edition, Corrected. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ritchie, For the Society for Publishing Religious Tracts. 1802. 12mo, 10 x 16.4cm.

Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched with new linen thread, light foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) verse, [3]-24pp.

In the first part of this pamphlet the authors answers various forms of the question as to why someone feels no comfort or assurance of salvation. The second part discusses the way in which Christian obtains this true satisfaction.
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5 ANONYMOUS. Life of Rev. James Hervey, M.A. Rector of Weston-Favel.
19TH-AM-PA-PHILA-PBP 
ANONYMOUS. The Life of Rev. James Hervey, M.A. Rector of Weston-Favel. [And: The Life of the Rev. Augustus M. Toplady, Vicar of Broad-Hembury.] Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication. James Russell, Publishing Agent. 1841. (Printed by William S. Martien). 16mo. Bound black leather spine with dark blue cloth over boards, spine divided into 6 compartments by gilt fillet lines, gilt title lettering, gilt "95" at bottom of spine, rubbed and scuffed so that the rubbed spots show brown at spine ends and a few places along hinges, light to medium foxing. Modern bookplate of M.S. Carothers on front paste-down endpaper. Pagination: (1) title, (1) printer, [3]-161 Life of Hervey, (1) blank; (1) half title, (1) blank, [165]-240 Life of Toplady. American Imprints #41-3092. We offer lives of two Church of England divines who were both strong Calvinists. 
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6 ASSOCIATE SYNOD OF NORTH AMERICA. Display of the Religious Principles of the Associate Synod of North
19TH-AM-PA-PITTSBURGH-EICHBAUM & JOHNSTON 
ASSOCIATE SYNOD OF NORTH AMERICA. A Display of the Religious Principles of the Associate Synod of North America. Revised by the Associate Synod, 1813. [4 lines scripture] Fourth edition. Pittsburgh: Printed by Eichbaum and Johnston--Market Street. 1823, 12mo. Bound leather spine with marbled paper over boards, leather chipped from spine ends, leather split along most of front hinge, worn through marbled paper at corners and along bottom edges, rubbed & scuffed, large water stains on covers and contents, covers warped some, foxing. Pagination: 178(1)pp. American Imprints #11640(DLC only). Contents includes: Narrative Concerning the Maintenance of the Reformation Testimony; Declaration and Testimony for the Doctrine and Order of the Church of Christ, And against the Errors of the Present Times; An Act of the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania, Concerning Public Covenanting; Unanimously Agreed to at Philadelphia, April 29, 1791; Acts of the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania, Concerning the Admission of Church Members to Communion, passed at Philadelphia, April 28, 1791; Act of the Associate Synod of Scotland, Defining the Connection of the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania, with said Synod; The Ordination Vows of the Associate Synod of North America or, the Formula of Questions to be put to Ministers and Elders at their Ordination. 
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7 BACKUS Discourse Delivered at the Opening of the Westminster Presbyterian
19TH-AM-MD-BALT-GUITEAU 
BACKUS, JOHN C. A Discourse Delivered at the Opening of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, July 4, 1852. By John C. Backus, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Baltimore. Baltimore: S. Guiteau, Franklin Buildings. MDCCCLII. [1862] Octavo. Pamphlet in original printed paper wrapper, wrapper soiled some and is tattered at spine, worn and lightly chipped at corners, pamphlet with vertical crease, pages lightly tanning. 32pp plus a very nice two-tone engraving of the church for the frontispiece, and in the back a double page plat of the graveyard with names of original owners and present proprietors. John Chester Backus (1810-?) Presbyterian pastor, graduate Yale College, studied theology at New Haven, Andover and Princeton Seminaries. In 1836 he accepted the pastorate of the First Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, Md., retaining the charge until his resignation in 1875. 
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8 BEECHER Six Sermons on The Nature, Occasions, Signs, Evils, and Remedy of Inte
19TH-AM-NY-NY-AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY 
BEECHER, LYMAN. Six Sermons on The Nature, Occasions, Signs, Evils, and Remedy of Intemperance. By Lyman Beecher, D.D. Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New York. (c1827). 10.3 x 15.7cm. Bound publisher's brown cloth with gilt lettering & decoration on spine, covers spotted, just starting to fray at corners & spine ends, corners bumped, light yellow endpapers but front free endpaper cut out and rear free endpaper torn out, light to medium foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) contents, (1) blank, [5]-104pp. Lyman Beecher (1775-1863) American Presbyterian clergyman, pastor, president & professor of Lane Theological Seminary. His Six Sermons were composed while pastor in Boston. "At that time enforcement of the liquor laws was lax, and sentiment was apathetic to the evils of excessive drinking, even at the formal meetings of the ministers. Beecher was deeply concerned and preached in 1825 six successive sermons on the evil of intemperance; these had great effect and, when published, passed through many editions in the country and in England and were translated into several foreign languages."--Dict. Amer. Biog. II:135-136. 
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9 BEECHER, LYMAN. Gospel the Only Security for Eminent and Abiding National Prosperi
1829 Pamphlet New York, NY 
BEECHER, LYMAN. The Gospel the Only Security for Eminent and Abiding National Prosperity. In: The American National Preacher. Vol. 3, No. 10, March, 1829. Edited by Rev. Austin Dickinson. New-York: Stereotyped by A. Chandler, and Printed by J. & J. Harper. 1829. Octavo. Printed at top of title wrapper: Dr. Beecher's three Sermons on National Prosperity. Pamphlet in printed paper wrapper, untrimmed, light foxing, light damp stain on top of last few pages. Pagination: printed wrapper, pp147-160pp, containing Beecher's 3 sermons on the text of Jeremiah 9:23-24. Lyman Beecher, N. W. Taylor's "most energetic disciple...Although he has never been considered as one of the great American theological thinkers, he is important as a promulgator of the New Haven views..."--Burr: Critical Bibliog. of Religion in Amer., p.997. 
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10 BEECHER, LYMAN. Sermons Delivered on Various Occasions, by Lyman Beecher, D.D.
1828 Bound publisher cloth spine with plain tan paper o cloth and paper with many silverfish holes, rubbed, scuffed, stained, spine ends chipped, worn through paper at corners, corners bumped, untrimmed page edges, light to medium foxing, occasional small damp-stains. book Octavo Boston: T.R. Marvin, 32, Congress Street. Sold by Crocker & Brewster, Hilliard, Gray and Company, James Loring, and Pierce & Williams, Boston. Jonathan Leavitt, New-York. 
BEECHER, LYMAN. Sermons Delivered on Various Occasions, by Lyman Beecher, D.D. Boston: T.R. Marvin, 32, Congress Street. Sold by Crocker & Brewster, Hilliard, Gray and Company, James Loring, and Pierce & Williams, Boston. Jonathan Leavitt, New-York. 1828. Octavo. Bound publisher cloth spine with plain tan paper over boards and printed paper title label, but cloth and paper with many silverfish holes, rubbed, scuffed, stained, spine ends chipped, worn through paper at corners, corners bumped, untrimmed page edges, light to medium foxing, occasional small damp-stains. American Imprints (1828) #32258. Lyman Beecher, N. W. Taylor's "most energetic disciple...Although he has never been considered as one of the great American theological thinkers, he is important as a promulgator of the New Haven views..."--Burr: Critical Bibliog. of Religion in Amer., p.997. The contents includes these sermons: The Government of God Desirable; The Remedy for Duelling; A Reformation of Morals Practicable and Indispensable; The Building of Waste Places; The Bible a Code of Laws; The Design, Rights, and Duties of Local Churches; The Faith Once Delivered to the Saints; Resources of the Adversary and Means of Their Destruction; The Memory of Our Fathers; Reply to the Review of Dr. Beecher's Sermon delivered at Worcester, Mass. October 15, 1823. 
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11 BELL Brief History of the Presbytery of Westmoreland of the United Presbyte

BELL, ALBERT R. Brief History of the Presbytery of Westmoreland of the United Presbyterian Church. No place, no date (after 1933). Pamphlet in green printed card covers, library & withdrawn stamp on cover. 18pp, frontis. 
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12 BIBLE. ENGLISH. 1900. Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of t
1900 
BIBLE. ENGLISH. 1900. Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues: and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised, by His Majesty's Special Command. [At head of title:] The S. S. Teacher's Edition. Oxford: Printed at the University Press, no date [circa 1900?]. Pearl 16mo. Refs.

Bound full original brown morocco with slight raised bands, "S. S. Teacher's Edition" stamped at bottom of spine, most of gilt on spine lettering worn away, rubbed at all edges, worn through leather at small spots at all four corners, corners bumped, page edges originally gilt but most is rubbed away, rear free endpaper tattered at edges, text set in double columns with references in side margins, foxing throughout with a slight tanning overall. 3? x 5? inches.

Collation: A2-15, B-Z16, Aa-Hh16, Ii4; a16, b8; A-B16, C8; B-H16, I8; a2-16; plus 12 leaves maps. OT ends on verso of Aa14, NT begins on recto Aa15, NT ends verso of Ii4. Apparently lacking a half title page at beginning. Pagination: title leaf, 5-1000pp; Help to Students of the Bible, 48pp; Index to Persons, Places and Subjects, (80)pp; Cruden's Complete Concordance, 239pp; (1) blank, Dictionary of Scripture Proper Names, (3)-31; 12 leaves of light color maps.

This Bible has notes in the margins giving a text, marked in parenthesis, and then in the margin giving a date, a minister's name and sometimes a place. Apparently they were texts of sermons the owner heard (J. F. Pollock written on front free endpaper). The names are of Presbyterian ministers from Greenbrier, Monroe & Pocahontas Counties, West Virginia (Greenbrier Presbytery) dates 1901-1910. Examples: G. W. Nickell, Hillsboro 11/28/01; Dr. [F. P.] Sydenstricher, Green Bank, Sept 01; G. W. Nickel, 9-30-06, Blue Sulphur [Springs]; J. H. Lewis Sep 28/02 B. Sul. [Blue Sulphur Springs]; F. A. Brown May 17, McElh. [May?] 24 1902, Muddy Creek; Dr. P.H. Hoge, Withvill[e], Synod; Dr. A. Jones 5/7/03 Marlinton; Pattisson Sep 10/02 Greenville, Pres.; Installation of Rev. Kilham Baptist Ch. Alder 
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An Outline of the History of the Church in the State of Kentucky, During a Period of Forty Years: Containing the Memoirs of Rev. David Rice, and Sketches of the Origin and Present State of Particular Churches, and of the Lives and Labours of a Number of Men who were Eminent and Useful in Their Day., BISHOP, ROBERT H., comp.
13 BISHOP, ROBERT H., comp. An Outline of the History of the Church in the State of Kentucky, During a Period of Forty Years: Containing the Memoirs of Rev. David Rice, and Sketches of the Origin and Present State of Particular Churches, and of the Lives and Labours of a Number of Men who were Eminent and Useful in Their Day.
1824 First Edition Leather book 12mo, 8.3x 17.8 x 3.4.cm. Name written in old pen at top of front free endp
History of the Church in Kentucky & especially "the Father of Presbyterianism in Kentucky," David Rice, Lexington, 1824. Nice Tree-calf
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BISHOP, ROBERT H., comp. An Outline of the History of the Church in the State of Kentucky, During a Period of Forty Years: Containing the Memoirs of Rev. David Rice, and Sketches of the Origin and Present State of Particular Churches, and of the Lives and Labours of a Number of Men who were Eminent and Useful in Their Day. Collected and Arranged by Robert H. Bishop, Professor of History in Transylvania University. Lexington: Printed and Published by Thomas T. Skillman. 1824. 12mo, 8.3x 17.8 x 3.4.cm. $225.00

The first 100pp of this book contains the biography of "The Father of Presbyterianism in Kentucky," Rev. David Rice. Rice, born (1733) in Hanover County Virginia, studied under John Todd in Virginia and graduated from the College of New Jersey in 1761. He spent the next year in evangelistic work in North Carolina and Virginia, but settled as pastor in Hanover, Va., where he was ordained in 1763. In 1783 he settled in Mercer County, Kentucky, fifteen years later moving to Green County in southern Kentucky, continuing his missionary labors. "Later on he visited many parts of Kentucky and Ohio, where-ever he went organizing churches until he came to be known as the father of Presbyterianism in Kentucky."--Dict. of Amer. Biography, XV:p537. He was instrumental in the founding of Transylvania University, and elected as a member of the convention (1792) which framed the constitution of Kentucky. In the later event he attempted provide for the gradual emancipation of slaves but was defeated.

The book then continues with short chapters on: Cumberland Presbyterians, New-Lights, Associate Reformed Church, Associate Church, Baptist Churches of Kentucky, Methodist Churches, Churches in Lexington, New-Providence and Harrodsburgh Churches, as well as biographies of 12 early Kentucky Presbyterians including James M'Chord, James M'Gready, and Old Captain, the founder of the first African Baptist Church in Lexington. The last section reprints 3 works by David Rice: An Epistle to the Citizens of Kentucky, Professing Christianity, Especially Those that are, or have been, Denominated Presbyterians (1805); A Second Epistle to the Citizens of Kentucky... (1808); Slavery Inconsistent with Justice and Good Policy (1792). Howes: U.S.iana #478, "Most important ecclesiastical history of the early West." American Imprints #15453.

Bound full tree calf with brown morocco title label, seven double gilt fillets divide spine into 6 panels, a 1.2cm diameter hole in leather in top spine panel, another .5 x 1cm triangular hole starting in third panel and extending onto front cover, rubbed & scuffed some, worn through leather at three corners, corners consolidated with book adhesive, medium to heavy foxing throughout, small damp stain in lower outside corner of most pages, larger damp stains on front endpapers & flyleaves, a few dog-ears. There is a piece of thread sewn into the top inside of the front cover--apparently to attach some memento.

Name written in old pen at top of front free endpaper: "Saml. G. Lowry's." The same is written in light pencil near the top of the title page. Below and at an angle is written in old pen: "Harorod Mitchel"(?).

Collation: 1-356. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) dedication, (1) blank, [v]-vi contents, [vii]-xii introduction, [13]-420pp.
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14 BOARDMAN, HENRY A. The American Union: A Discourse Delivered on Thursday, December 12, 1850, the Day of the Annual Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania, and Repeated on Thursday, December 19, in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.
1851 Disbound pamphlet light foxing, small (? inch & less) water stain on bottom of title and next 10 leaves, title and last leaf lightly soiled, light foxing throughout--a bit heavier on title and last leaf. Pamphlet Octavo Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co., Successors to Grigg, Elliot & Co., 
BOARDMAN, HENRY A. The American Union: A Discourse Delivered on Thursday, December 12, 1850, the Day of the Annual Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania, and Repeated on Thursday, December 19, in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. By Henry A. Boardman,D.D. Sixth Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co., Successors to Grigg, Elliot & Co., 1851, octavo.

Disbound pamphlet, light foxing, small (? inch & less) water stain on bottom of title and next 10 leaves, title and last leaf lightly soiled, light foxing throughout--a bit heavier on title and last leaf. 56pp.

Early signature of an "E. R. Bates" on title page.

Henry Augustus Boardman (1808-1880) Presbyterian leader and minister of the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Phila., 1833-1876, his first an only pastorate. He was elected by the General Assembly to be Professor of Pastoral Theology in Princeton Seminary but declined to accept. We offer his discourse on the importance of keeping the American union intact.
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Human Nature, in its Fourfold State, of Subsisting in Primitive Integrity, Entire Depravation...in several Practical Discourses., BOSTON, THOMAS
15 BOSTON, THOMAS Human Nature, in its Fourfold State, of Subsisting in Primitive Integrity, Entire Depravation...in several Practical Discourses.
1794 Paper & leather Book 12mo Edinburgh 
Thomas Boston's Human Nature in Its Fourfold State, Edinburgh, 1794.


BOSTON, THOMAS. Human Nature, in its Fourfold State, of Subsisting in Primitive Integrity, Entire Depravation, Begun Recovery. And Consummate Happines or misery . Subsiting in The Parents of Mankind in Paradise, The Unregenerate, The Regentate. Al Mankind in the Future State. In several Practical Discourses. A New Edition, Printed from a copy of the last Edition revised and corrected by the Author.... Edinburgh, Printed for the Booksellers, MDCC,XCIV [1794], 12mo.

One of the best known works of Thomas Boston(1677-1732) Church of Scotland minister. He wrote much & exercised great influence in the Presbyterian Churches of both Scotland & England.

Bound leather covers, rebacked with modern tan acid-free tan paper with printed title label, leather rubbed and worn through at corners and edges, later endpapers, foxing, edge of title worn some, page edges trimmed close to text.

Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) recommendation, [iv]-viii preface, ix-xvi contents, [17]-408pp.
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16 BOYD Brief History of the Presbytery of Lackawanna.

BOYD, J. ANDREW. Brief History of the Presbytery of Lackawanna. [No place] With compliments of the Author, 1910. Pamphlet with printed paper cover, cover soiled. 13pp, 1 illustration. 
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17 BRAINERD Quarter Century Sermon Preached in the Third Presbyterian Church, Phil
19TH-AM-PA-PHILA-GEDDES 
BRAINERD, THOMAS. Quarter Century Sermon Preached in the Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, February 2, 1862; on the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of His Settlement as Pastor, By Rev. Thomas Brainerd, D.D. With an Account of the Festival, Sansom Street Hall, Feb. 17th. Philadelphia: William F. Geddes, Printer, 320 Chestnut Street. [1862] Octavo. Pamphlet in original printed paper wrapper, pencil call number on front cover and title, typed slip pasted inside front cover reads: "From the cornerstone of the North Broad St. Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia." This pamphlet came from the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia. Thomas Brainerd (1804-) Presbyterian pastor, of the same Brainerd family as the celebrated David & John Brainerd, missionaries to the Indians. Thomas was converted under the preaching of Charles G. Finney in 1825, graduated from Andover Seminary, pastored in Cincinnati 1831-37. In March 1837 he was installed over the Third, or Old Pine Street Church, Philadelphia, where he remained for the rest of his life, nearly 30 years. According to this sermon, he admitted a thousand communicants into the Old Pine Street Church. 
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18 BROWNSON Address Commemorative of the Life and Character of the Rev. David
19TH-AM-PA-PITTSBURGH 
BROWNSON, JAMES I. An Address Commemorative of the Life and Character of the Rev. David Elliott, D.D., LL.D., Professor in the Western Theological Seminary at Allegheny City, Penn. Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Allegheny, Wednesday Evening, April 22d, 1874. By James I. Brownson, D.D. of Washington, Pa. Delivered and Published by request of the Professors and Directors of the Seminary. Pittsburgh: Robert S. Davis & Company, Booksellers and Stationers, 175 Liberty Street. 1874. Thin 12mo. Bound dark brown cloth with gold lettering on front cover, worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, red page edges, light tanning and foxing of pages, historical society bookplate on endpaper and blind stamp on title. 85pp, steel engraved frontispiece of Elliott. David Elliott (1787-1874) Presbyterian; pastor Mercersburg, Pa., 1812-29; pastor Washington, Pa., 1829-36; professor in the Western Theological Seminary at Allegheny, Pa., 1836-74. 
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19 BURNS Life and Times of the Rev. Robert Burns.
19TH-CANADA-ONTARIO-TORONTO 
BURNS, R. F. The Life and Times of the Rev. Robert Burns, F.A.S., F.R.S.E. Toronto. Including an Unfinished Autobiography. Edited by his Son the Rev. R. F. Burns, D.D., Montreal. Toronto, James Campbell & Son, 1872, 12mo. Bound brown cloth with gold lettering and decoration on spine and front cover, spine ends fraying and tattered, worn through cloth at corners, rubbed, endpaper cracks at inside hinges repaired with flexible glue, occasional light foxing, light tanning of pages. xvi, 462pp +(2)pp ads, frontispiece, extra engraved title page dated 1871 illustrating Knox College in Toronto. Robert Burns (1789-1869) Scottish Presbyterian, immigrated to Canada in 1844 where he pastored in Toronto, was professor at Knox College and missionary at large. Includes sketches of missionaries in Canada & pioneers of Presbyterianism in Canada. 
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20 CARTER Historical Sketch of the Synod of Baltimore, with a Map of its Presbyt
19TH-AM-MD-BALTIMORE 
[CARTER, JOHN PYM.] Historical Sketch of the Synod of Baltimore, with a Map of its Presbyteries and Churches. By the Stated Clerk. Baltimore, Wm. J. Carter, 1889. Bound printed paper wraps, library & withdrawn stamp on cover, light foxing. 48pp + folding map and ads. 
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