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1 BOGUE On Universal Peace; Being Extracts from a Discourse Delivered in Octob
19TH-ENG-LOND 
BOGUE, DAVID. On Universal Peace; Being Extracts from a Discourse Delivered in October 1813. [5 lines] London: Printed by Bensley and Son... [5 lines] 1819. Price Two Pence. [at head of title:] Tract No. VI. of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, old ink stain top pages running down into top margins, light foxing. A8, B4. 22pp +(2) blank pp. David Bogue (1750-1825) English Congregationalist, pastor of the independent congregation at Gosport for fifty years. 
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2 COUES War and Christianity: An Address Before the American Peace Society, on
19TH-AM-MA-BOSTON 
COUES, SAMUEL E. War and Christianity: An Address Before the American Peace Society, on the Fourteenth Anniversary in Boston, Mass., May 23, 1842. By Samuel E. Coues. Published by Request of the Society. If men be subjects of Christ's law, they can never go to war with each other. Bishop Taylor. Boston: American Peace Society, Depository, No. 22 Court Street. 1842. (William S. Danrell, Printer, No. 11 Cornhill) Octavo. Pamphlet bound in modern marbled paper with printed title label on front cover, new endpapers, text clean with almost no foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) printer, [3]-26pp. Samuel Elliott Coues (1797-1867) abolitionist, peace advocate. In War and Christianity Coues, using scripture & reason, defends the American Peace Society position against national war. 
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3 LEHMAN Church of Christ Identified by her Obedience to Scriptural Teachin
19TH-AM-MD-HAGERSTOWN 
LEHMAN, JACOB S. The Church of Christ Identified by her Obedience to Scriptural Teaching and Practice, Non-Resistance of Evil, Proper Observance of Ordinances, and Separation from all Unfaithful Worship. By Jacob S. Lehman. Hagerstown, MD.; Printed by the Mail Publishing Co., 1897. Thin 16mo. Bound in green cloth heavily rubbed and soiled--worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, covers slightly warped, light tanning of pages, light scattered foxing, several starts, front inside hinge crack repaired with flexible book repair glue. 155 (1)pp, index. Jacob Lehman was a Reformed Mennonite. "In this small work is presented the doctrine of a united, Christian church, founded A.D. 33, at jerusalem, upon the day of Pentecost, which has been continued to the present time, with the same life, doctrine, and ordinances. We believe it is the will of God, that his church should be found by all sincere seekers after truth, and to that end he has left us certain marks, or signs, by which the church can be identified. In this tract will be found the following marks of identity: Unity, non-resistance of evil, adult baptism upon faith, and separation from the world and from all forms of worship not in agreement with sound doctrine."--p152. 
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