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1 CHURCH YEAR PULPIT LIBRARY.
circa 1922 
The CHURCH YEAR PULPIT LIBRARY. Cleveland and New York, F.M. Barton Company [Printed by T. and A. Contable, Printers to His Majesty at the Edinburgh University Press], no date [circa 1922] 12 vols., large octavos, 7 x 9? inches. Bound maroon cloth with gilt lettered and decorated spine, moroon spine cloth color is faded, deckle page edges, woodcut initial letters; small (less than ? inch) tears in spine ends and starting to fray, exlib copy with both white and black pen call numbers on spines, library stamp & discard stamp on endpapers and verso of title, library date due slips & pockets on rear endpapers. volume 1 with a damp stain on front cover and endpapers with resulting warping of front cover, pencil underlining in the index at the back of the final volume. 12 volumes with 265-300pp per volume. Includes index of texts, index of sermons, and list of contributors. Contents includes outlines, illustrations and complete sermons by 210 contributors, primarily 19th century with some early 20th century. 
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Sketches & Skeletons of Sermons.  1875., ANONYMOUS
2 ANONYMOUS Sketches & Skeletons of Sermons. 1875.
Manuscript Sermon Book with 4 Sermons, Daylesford, Australia[?] 1875 1875 Leather spine with marbled paper over boards Good Manuscript book Daylesford, Australia 
ANONYMOUS. Sketches & Skeletons of Sermons. 1875. 38 pages of lined paper of which 8pp have 4 sermons sketches in brown pen and 2pp have "skeletons" in pencil. The remaining pages are blank. The title is in brown pen on the front free endpaper. The first three sermons have the place name of Daylesford--the only Daylesford Google Maps finds is a town located in the Shire of Heburn, Victoria, Australia., founded in 1852 upon the discovery of gold in the region. The Church of England, Catholic Church, Congregationalists & Methodists all had churches open in Daylesford by 1860. $100.00

A thin book with a black leather spine and marbled paper over boards, spine ends chipped & rubbed, edges of boards rubbed through marbled paper, endpapers are browning and splitting along inside hinge, contents is lined paper and clean with just a minimum of foxing.

The 4 sermons are written in a somewhat erect and round hand. 1. "New Years Sermon Daylesford Jan 2, 1875. I will say of the Lord He is my Refuge & my Fortress, My God; in Him will I trust. 2. "Duty of Contending & [?] for the faith once delivered unto the Saints, Jude 3.... Daylesford 9/2/75 from Gerley [?] 4/11/71 3. "Naeman the Syrian, 2 Kings 5.9-14... Daylesford Jan 11, 1875." His main points are "I. A Type of the Sinner, II. A Type of the Awakened Sinner, III. A Type of the Self-Righteous Sinner, IV. A Vanquished Sinner, V. A Saved Sinner, VI. A Grateful Sinner." 4. "I. The Saying is a faithful Saying... II. The Saying worthy of all acceptation." 
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3 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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4 BANCROFT Sermon Delivered at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Chur
19TH-AM-MA-WORCESTER-GRIFFIN & MORRILL 
BANCROFT, AARON. A Sermon Delivered at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Church, in Worcester, Aug. 20, 1829. By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. Senior Pastor. Worcester: Griffin and Morrill...Printers. 1829. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched, light foxing. Collation: 1-34. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-24pp. Amer. Imprints #37579. Aaron Bancroft (1755- ) an Unitarian minister, graduate of Harvard College. "In 1885 he became pastor of the Congregational Church of Worcester, Mass., where he remained until his death. He was educated a Calvinist, but became an Arian in middle life."--McClintock & Strong: Cycl. Bibl., Theol. & Eccl. Lit. I:631. 
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5 BANCROFT, AARON Discourse, Delivered Before the Second Congregational Society in
1827 Disbound Pamphlet Pamphlet Octavo Worcester: Charles Griffin Printer 
BANCROFT, AARON. A Discourse, Delivered Before the Second Congregational Society in Worcester, on the Eighth Day of April, 1827, the Lord's Day Following the Ordination of Rev. Alonzo Hill. By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. Senior Pastor. Worcester: Charles Griffin Printer. 1827. Octavo.

Disbound pamphlet, light to moderate foxing. 20pp. Amer. Imprints #27956.

Aaron Bancroft (1755- ) an Unitarian minister, graduate of Harvard College. "In 1885 he became pastor of the Congregational Church of Worcester, Mass., where he remained until his death. He was educated a Calvinist, but became an Arian in middle life."--McClintock & Strong: Cycl. Bibl., Theol. & Eccl. Lit. I:631 We offer his sermon preached upon the ordination of Alonzo Hill, upon the text Philippians 1:27, Stand fast in one spirit, with one mnd, striving together for the faith of the Gospel.
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6 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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7 BROWNELL, THOMAS C. Sermon, Preached in St. John's Chapel, New-York, on The twenty=sixth
1830 Pamphlet in original green wrapper Pamphlet Octavo New-York: Protestant Episcopal Press 
BROWNELL, THOMAS C., and WILLIAM WHITE. A Sermon, Preached in St. John's Chapel, New-York, on The twenty=sixth day of November, MDCCCXXX, at the Consecration of the Right Reverend Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New York; By the Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D.D., LL.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Connecticut. And also an Address, by the Right Reverend William White, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Pennsylvania, and Presiding in the House of Bishops. Published at the Request of the Standing Committee of the Dioceses of New=York. New-York: Protestant Episcopal Press. MDCCCXXX. [1830]. Octavo.

Pamphlet, in original soiled green paper wrapper, small dampstain on front cover, removed call number stain on front cover, edges of wrapper chipped, bottom and top 1 inch of spine paper chipped away, modern library bookplate on inside of front cover, pencil call number on verso of title, light foxing. Collation: 1-34, 2 leaves. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-27, (1)pp.

Benjamin Tredwell Onderdonk (1791-1861) bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church. He was ordained by Bishop Henry Hobart in 1815 and became assistant minister of Trinity Church, New York. He held this position until he was elevated to bishop. From 1821 he held served as professor of ecclesiastical history, General Theological Seminary. He was consecrated bishop in 1830. "In November 1844 he was presented for trial upon the charges of `immorality and impurity' by Bishops William Meade of Virginia, James Hervey Otey of Tennessee, and Stephen Elliott, Jr., of Georgia. On Jan. 3, 1845, after a trial by the court of bishops provided for by the canons of his Church, he was suspended `from the office of a Bishop in the Church of God, and from all functions of the sacred ministry.'"--Dictionary of American Biography XIV:38-39.
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8 BURGESS, GEORGE. The Passage into the Ministry: an Address Delivered in St. Peters Church, New-York, to the Graduating Class of the General Theological Seminary, at the Commencement, June 27, 1850.
1850 Pamphlet in printed light tan paper wrapper, a few chips out of edges of wrapper, light foxing. Pamphlet Octavo 19TH-AM-NY-NY-DANA 
BURGESS, GEORGE. The Passage into the Ministry: an Address Delivered in St. Peters Church, New-York, to the Graduating Class of the General Theological Seminary, at the Commencement, June 27, 1850. By George Burgess, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Maine. Printed at the Request of the Trustees. New-York: Daniel Dana, Jr., No. 20 John-Street. 1850. (Pudney & Russell, Printers) Octavo.

Pamphlet in printed light tan paper wrapper, a few chips out of edges of wrapper, light foxing. Collation: [1]8, 22. Pagination: (1) title, (1) printers, [3]-18pp, (2) blank.

George Burgess (1809-1866) Episcopal bishop. Raised in the Congregational church, study led him to the Episcopal Church. After several years studying theology under the guidance of his rector he spent 3 years attending lectures at the Universities of Berlin, Bonn, and Gottingen. On his return he was ordained deacon and then advanced to the priesthood Nov. 2, 1834. He was elected the first bishop of Maine in 1847. "His diocese was weak, but by his steadfast devotion and saintly life, by his unwearying energy and convincing preaching, he had the satisfaction of seeing it develop and increase in influence under his guidance. Bishop Burgess possessed a well-informed mind, and the ability to give clear expression to his thoughts. As a result he wrote much..."--Dict. Amer. Biography III:276.

In this pamphlet Burgess gave advice to seminarians: "You have been educated to preach the unsearchable riches of Christ to men as men, to wise and foolish, to one and all. Cease not, then, to be students, but strive more and more to be men, with all the sympathies, the interests, the enterprize, of living, feeling, stirring men; shaking off all stiffness of the school, all habits of abstraction, all excessive refinement, all the vanity of superior knowledge, and in the love of Christ, holding yourselves as ready, with all manliness, for any post or toil, as, under far lower motives, is the soldier, the warrior, the physician, the pioneer settler, or the hard-handed labour." 
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9 CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Christian Views of Human Suffering. [At head of title:] 1st Series.
1840 Pamphlet, side-stitched & untrimmed ight foxing, first and last leaves soiled some. Pamphlet Octavo Boston: James Munroe & Co. 
CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Christian Views of Human Suffering. By William E. Channing, D.D. Printed for the American Unitarian Association. Boston: James Munroe & Co. 134 Washington Street. March, 1840. Price 4 Cents. (I.R. Butts, Printer, 2 School Street. [At head of title:] 1st Series. No. 152. Octavo.

Pamphlet, side-stitched & untrimmed, light foxing, first and last leaves soiled some. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-30pp, (2) blank. American Imprints #40-1339. This pamphlet was also published under the title: "A Discourse occasioned by the death of the Rev. Dr. Follen."--Amer. Imprints #40-1340.

"On the 13th of January, the steamboat Lexington was burnt on Long Island Sound, about fifty miles from New York. Of the crew and passengers only four escaped. Among the lost was the Rev. Charles Follen, LL.D. These circumstances gave occasion to the following discourse, which was deferred, until all hope of the escape of Dr. Follen was taken away."--printed on verso of title. Channing preached Dr. Follen memorial sermon on I Peter iv.19, "Wherefore, let them that suffer according to the will of God commit the keeping of their souls to him in well-doing, as unto a faithful Creator. 
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10 DANA Character of Scoffers. A Sermon Preached at the North Presbyteria
19TH-AM-CT-HARTFORD-LINCOLN & GLEASON 
DANA, JAMES. The Character of Scoffers. A Sermon Preached at the North Presbyterian Church in Hartford, November 24th, 1805. By James Dana, D.D. Published at the Desire of the Hearers. {2 lines quotes] Hartford: Printed by Lincoln & Gleason. 1805. Octavo. Pamphlet with untrimmed page edges, half title soiled and chipped, light to medium foxing. 19pp. Amer. Bibliog. #8287. James Dana (1735-1812) Congregational clergyman. Pastor of the church in Wallingford, Conn., 1758-1789, and was installed as pastor of the First Church, New Haven in 1789. "In the controversy between the 'Old Divinity" and the "New" he became a strong defender of the former as against the opinions of Drs. Bellamy, Hopkins, West, and Edwards,,, Captivated by the preaching of Moses Stuart who supplied the church during the pastor's illness, the Society voted in 1805 that 'Dr. Dana retire from his pastoral labors.' In December he was dismissed by council, but continued to reside in New Haven until his death... The Univ. of Edinburgh honored him with the degree of D.D. in 1768."--Dict. Amer. Biography V:54. We offer Dana's sermon on the text of II Peter, III.3,4: "Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, and saying, Where is the promise of his coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation." 
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11 DANA Have the Churches the presence of Christ? A Sermon, Addressed to the

DANA, DANIEL. Have the Churches the presence of Christ? A Sermon, Addressed to the Presbytery of Londonderry. At their Semi-annual Meeting, Bedford, (N.H.,) April 30, 1851. By Daniel Dana, D.D. Published by Request of the Presbytery. Newburyport: [MA] Moses H. Sargent, Huse & Bragdon, Printers. 1851. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet side-stitched with new linen thread, light foxing, the number "3" in old pen at top of title. Collation: 1-44. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-32pp. OCLC locates 11 libraries with this title. Daniel Dana (1771-1859) Presbyterian minister, pastor in Newburyport, Ma., for 26 years, then president of Dartmouth College for a short time. He became pastor in Londonderry, but in 1826 became pastor of the Second Presbyterian church at Newburyport, resigning in 1845 in the seventy-fifth year of his age. "Dr Dana was regarded as `one of the most able, devoted, and useful ministers of the period in which he lived."--McClintock & Strong: Cycl. Bibl., Theol., & Eccl. Lit. II:656. We offer his sermon on Matthew 9:15 "Jesus said unto them, Can the children of the bride-chamber mourn, as long as the bridegroom is with them? But the days will come, when the bridegroom shall be taken from them, and then they shall fast." Dana reframes the text "Do our churches and the churches generally, enjoy the spiritual presence of the Savior?" He laments the loss of the presence of the Spirit in the churches and delineates practices that need to be reformed, including loss of reverence for the Sabbath, sitting while in prayer (instead of standing), the world impressing its character upon the church instead of the reverse. He deplores the modern idea of sin--that it consists of action, that "no one is subject to divine displeasure and condemnation, till they are incurred by actual, voluntary transgression of known law."--p.14. "The sinner is viewed, not as passing through a painful process of conviction... but as coolly comparing the happiness to be found in God, with that to be found in the world, and as making his choice accordingly. Here is a religion 
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12 DAY Sermon, Delivered in Boston, Sept. 17, 1823, before the American

DAY, JEREMIAH. A Sermon, Delivered in Boston, Sept. 17, 1823, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, at their Fourteenth Annual Meeting. By Jeremiah Day, D.D. LL.D. President of Yale College. Published by request of the Boards. Boston: Printed by Crocker and Brewster, No. 50 Cornhill. 1823. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, side stitched, light to medium foxing. Collation: 1-34. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-23, (1) blank. Amer. Imprints #12340. Jeremiah Day (1773-1867) "For sixty-nine years he was officially connected with Yale College. On April 22, 1817, he was appointed president, succeeding Timothy Dwight, and was both installed and ordained to the ministry on July 23. In his seventy-fourth year he insisted on resigning, but was immediately elected a member of the Corporation, in which office he served until a month before his death, which occurred just after the completion of his ninety-fourth year... Although, as described by Timothy Dwight, the younger, 'he was a wise disciplinarian, a judicious governor, a thorough and accurate scholar, a valuable teacher, and a man of intelligent and penetrative mind,' his influence was due chiefly to his goodness and his reputation for deep wisdom."--Dict. Amer. Biog. V:162. We offer his sermon on Nehemiah 4:3 "And I sent messengers unto them, saying, I am doing a great work; so that I cannot com down, Why should the work cease, while I leave it, and come down to you." Day identifies the missionary cause with the "great work." 
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13 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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14 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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15 ELY Sermon, Occasioned by the Late Death of Mrs. Charlotte Sprague,
1821 Disbound pamphlet light foxing, historical society stamp at bottom of title. Pamphlet Octavo Hartford: George Goodwin & Sons 
ELY, ALFRED. A Sermon, Occasioned by the Late Death of Mrs. Charlotte Sprague, wife of the Rev. William B. Sprague, of West-Springfield; the Substance of which was Delivered at Monson, July 15, 1821: By Alfred Ely, Pastor of the Church in that Place, of which the deceased was a member. Hartford: George Goodwin & Sons....Printers. 1821. Octavo.

Disbound pamphlet, light foxing, historical society stamp at bottom of title. 32pp. American Imprints #5247.

Charlotte Sprague was the wife of the eminent Presbyterian minister William B. Sprague. 
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16 EMMONS, NATHANAEL. A Sermon, Delivered March 20, 1816, at the Funeral of Mr. Farrington, at Wrentham, by Rev. Dr. Emmons.
1816? Second Edition Pamphlet in plain blue-gray paper wrapper "Farrington, Mrs." written on front of wrapper in old pen, side-stitched, untrimmed page edges, light to medium foxing, historical society library stamp on top of title, several light damp stains, tear in top of wrapper at spine is repaired with a piece of archival rag paper. pamphlet octavo [No imprint, Providence, R.I., 1816?] 
EMMONS, NATHANAEL. A Sermon, Delivered March 20, 1816, at the Funeral of Mr. Farrington, at Wrentham, by Rev. Dr. Emmons. [No imprint, Providence, R.I., 1816?] [at head of title:] [Second Edition.] Octavo.

Pamphlet in plain blue-gray paper wrapper, "Farrington, Mrs." written on front of wrapper in old pen, side-stitched, untrimmed page edges, light to medium foxing, historical society library stamp on top of title, several light damp stains, tear in top of wrapper at spine is repaired with a piece of archival rag paper.

Collation: 1-24. Pagination: [1]-16pp. Self title, printed without separate title page. Pages 15-16 contain "Extract from Dwight's Sermons." Dwight's Sermons were published in 1828. Amer. Bibliography #37515.

Emmons (1745-1840) "Congregational minister, and theologian, the most entertaining of the teachers of the New England theology, representing the `exercisers' as against the `tasters,' like most of his school came from a Connecticut country township... 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.' ...The peculiarity of his theology was that mental life is merely a series of `exercises,' the result of divine action, a theory which would reduce men to puppets, were it not that Emmons imputed to them freedom and moral responsibility. They act of necessity, not from compunction... His publications, which consist entirely of sermons or parts of sermons, were collected in Works of Nathanael Emmons, D.D. (6 vols, 1842, and republished, with additions, in 1861-63)."--Dict. of Amer. Biography, 6:150. We offer Emmons funeral sermon for a Mrs. Farrington, preached on the text of Psalm 17:15 "As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied when I awake with thy likeness." "He expected [the psalmist] that as soon as he should be absent from the body, he should be present with the Lord, where he should see him face to face, and be completely blessed in his favour and presence for ever. And if his expectation was just, we may safely conclude, That saints will be perfectly happy in the presence of God in heaven."--p.1
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17 FLEETWOOD Sermon Preach'd at Ely-House Chapel In Holbourn; On Thursday June 7,
1716 18TH-ENG-LOND-MIDWITNER 
FLEETWOOD, WILLIAM. A Sermon Preach'd at Ely-House Chapel In Holbourn; On Thursday June 7, 1716. Being the Day of Publick Thanksgiving, For the Blessing of God upon His Majesty's Counsels and Arms, in Suppressing the late Unnatural Rebellion. By the Right Reverend Father in God, William ,Lord Bishop of Ely. The Sixth Edition. London: Printed for D. Midwinter, at the Three Crowns in St. Paul's Church-Yard, M.D.CC.XVI. [1716]. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, foxing, edges of half-title and title worn with small chips in the edges. Fleetwood (1656-1723) bishop of St. Asaph & Ely. He was considered one of the best preachers of his day. 
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18 FONDA, JESSE. Familiar Letters on Sacraments, Addressed to the People of His Charge.
1823 Bound full leather with red title label leather cracked at hinges, leather chipped away top half inch of spine, piece of old leather sometime pasted over bottom 4? inches of spine and hinges, rubbed and scuffed, worn through corners and bottom edges, corners rounded some, endpapers cracking at inside hinges, moderate to heavy foxing, damp stain on front paste-down endpaper. 12mo. Newburgh, NY 
FONDA, JESSE. Familiar Letters on Sacraments, Addressed to the People of His Charge. By Jesse Fonda, A.M. With an Appendix. [2 lines Latin] Printed by Ward M. Gazlay, Newburgh, N.Y., 1823. 12mo.

Bound full leather with red title label, leather cracked at hinges, leather chipped away top half inch of spine, piece of old leather sometime pasted over bottom 4? inches of spine and hinges, rubbed and scuffed, worn through corners and bottom edges, corners rounded some, endpapers cracking at inside hinges, moderate to heavy foxing, damp stain on front paste-down endpaper.

Pagination: (2) iv, [3]-366pp. Amer. Imprints #12564.

Jesse Fonda (1786-1827) Reformed Dutch minister in New York state. 
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19 GIRDLESTONE, CHARLES. Affection Between the Church and the Dissenters. A Sermon on Luke IX
1833 Bound in bright watermelon-green buckram with blac buckram soiled some, gray design endpapers, pamphlet with just a touch of light tanning, last page has a stamp on it, "B330," binders tag between title & next page. book Octavo Oxford, Printed by W. Baxter; and Messrs. Rivington; Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Seeley; London. 
GIRDLESTONE, CHARLES. Affection Between the Church and the Dissenters. A Sermon on Luke IX. 49,50. Preached before the University of Oxford, January 27, 1833. By the Rev. Charles Girdlestone, A.M. Vicar of Sedgley, and Late Fellow of Balliol College. Oxford, Printed by W. Baxter; and Messrs. Rivington; Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Seeley; London. 1833. Octavo.

Bound in bright watermelon-green buckram with black lettering on spine, buckram soiled some, gray design endpapers, pamphlet with just a touch of light tanning, last page has a stamp on it, "B330," binders tag between title & next page.

Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-23, (1) blank. OCLC locates 3 copies in U.S.: Trinity College--Conn.; Emory U. Pitts Theology Lib.; Center for Res. Libr.--Illinois; and 5 in the UK: U. Glasgow; U. Oxford; Cambridge U.; Br. Libr. Ref. Coll.; Natl. Libr. Scotland.

Charles Girdlestone (1797-1881) Church of England Biblical scholar. "Girdlestone was a man of sincere piety, and an energetic and enlivening preacher. Both as a politician and as a churchman he chose in early life the via media-reflected in his sermon, Affection between Churchmen and Dissenters (1833). But after middle age he sided with the evangelicals and conservatives, though always an advocate of church reform and reform of convocation, of revision of the prayer book and also of the Authorized Version of the Bible. In later life he spoke of `those noxious errors, Tractarian and Neological'. His principal work was his commentary on the Bible, which occupied him for several years."--W. A. Greenhill, `Girdlestone, Charles (1797-1881)', rev. H. C. G. Matthew, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/10772, accessed 23 Feb 2010] 
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20 HAWES Help of the Lord, the Seal of the Missionary Work. A Sermon, Prea
19TH-AM-MA-BOSTON-MARVIN 
HAWES, JOEL. The Help of the Lord, the Seal of the Missionary Work. A Sermon, Preached at New Haven, Ct., Sept. 8, 1846, Before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions at Their Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting. By Rev. Joel Hawes, D.D. Pastor of the First Church, Hartford, Ct. Boston: Press of T. R. Marvin, 24 Congress Street. 1846. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet side-stitched with new linen thread, light foxing, the number "4" written in old pen at top of title. Collation: 1-44. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-32pp. Joel Hawes 1789-1867, Congregation minister, graduated from Brown 1813 and studied theology at Andover. "He was Ordained in 1818 at the First (Center) Congregational Church in Hartford, Ct., where he spent his entire career. Hawes, though suspicious of some of its excesses, especially rampant emotionalism, was a proponent of revivalism... Hawes presided over a number of revivals in his congregation; Charles Grandison Finney preached there on several occasions. His prorevivalist views placed Hawes in opposition to one of his Congregational colleagues in Hartford, Horace Bushnell... Hawes was among those who brought Bushnell to trial for heresy."--Balmer: Ency. of Evangelicalism, p. 273. We offer Hawes' sermon before the American Board. Hawes reviews the history of the board and applies the text of I Samuel 7:12, "Hitherto hath the Lord helped us" to the history of the Board. 
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