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1 AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. Holy Ghost Resisted.
Circa 1840 Disbound two-leaf pamphlet foxing, pages tanning, 3 small needle holes where it had once been side-stitched into a larger volume. pamphlet 12mo [New York] (Published by the American Tract Society) 
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. The Holy Ghost Resisted. No. 445. [New York] (Published by the American Tract Society) [circa 1840] 12mo.

Disbound two-leaf pamphlet, foxing, pages tanning, 3 small needle holes where it had once been side-stitched into a larger volume. Pagination: [1]-4pp.

"The Holy Ghost is that blessed Agent, who, with infinite condescension and tenderness comes from heaven to earth to bring the wandering sinner back to God. And can this heavenly visitant be resisted? ...Yes, the Holy Ghost may be, and often has been resisted... You resist the Holy Ghost when you contemn or neglect the means of grace... The Holy Ghost is resisted by refusing to comply with his suggestions... And will such guilt go unpunished? ...As sins against the Holy Ghost are of a peculiarly deep dye, so their punishment will be certain and dreadful... He may utterly withdraw the Spirit from you."--quotes from the first 3 pages.
17155 
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2 AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. Publications of the American Tract Society. Vol. VI.
19TH-AM-NY-NY-ATS 
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. Publications of the American Tract Society. Vol. VI. "Be not persuaded to take one step out of the road to heaven, by the fear of being reproached for walking strictly in it. Published by the American Tract Society. And Sold at Their Depository, No. 87 Nassau-Street, Near the City-Hall, New York, and by Agents of the Society, its Branches, Auxiliaries, in the Principal Cities and Towns in the United States. [No Date, circa 1824] 12mo. Bound full tree calf with red morocco title label on spine, rubbed & scuffed a bit, just worn through leather at two corners, lacks free endpapers and flyleaves, dampstain bottom corner of title and extending smaller and smaller through next 70pp, light to medium foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (2) contents, various pages. Woodcuts illustrating first page of some of the tracts. This volume contains tracts #156-194. These include: Address to Parents, from person who support Sabbath Schools. Bethel; or the Flag Unfurled. Being an account of the Progress of Religion among Seamen on the River Thames. By Rev. G. C. Smith, of Penzance. Formerly a Naval Officer. Importance of Distinguishing between True and False Conversions. Christ the only Refuge from the Wrath to Come. By Rev. James Hervey. To Christian Females, on Simplicity in Dress. By a Lady. A Time to Dance. Duration of Future Punishment By Rev. Timothy Dwight. 
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3 CHRISTIAN TRACT SOCIETY Religious Miscellany, Consisting of Extracts from Various Works.
1847 Bound in publisher's light brown cloth with gilt t starting to fray at spine ends, very small dark brown spots on spine, covers soiled some, yellow endpapers, scars on endpapers where paper bookcovers had been pasted down but since removed, light foxing, ow good condition. book London: John Chapman, Agents to the Society, 121, Newgate Street. Sold also by John Mardon, Ely Place. Printed by Joseph Barker, Wortley, Near Leeds. 
CHRISTIAN TRACT SOCIETY. The Religious Miscellany, Consisting of Extracts from Various Works. Published by the Christian Tract Society. London: John Chapman, Agents to the Society, 121, Newgate Street. Sold also by John Mardon, Ely Place. Printed by Joseph Barker, Wortley, Near Leeds. 1847. 18mo, 11.2 x 18cm. Bound in publisher's light brown cloth with gilt title lettering on front cover, starting to fray at spine ends, very small dark brown spots on spine, covers soiled some, yellow endpapers, scars on endpapers where paper bookcovers had been pasted down but since removed, light foxing, ow good condition. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) contents, (1) blank, [1]-12pp, No. I, Glimpses from a City Window; [1]-12pp, No. II, Glimpses from a City Window (continued); [1]-12pp, No. III, The Tongue by Wm. H. Furness; [1]-12pp, No. IV, Death of Chas. Barclay by Miss Sedgwick; [1]-12pp, No. V, Position and Duties of a Reformer; [1]-12pp, No. VI, Home, A Thanksgiving Sermon by Rev. George Moore; [1]-12pp, No. VII, The Work of Life... by Rev. Alvan Lamson; [1]-12pp, No. VIII, Accountability, A Sermon, by Rev. Samuel Barrett; [1]-12pp, No. IX, Joy, A Fruit of the Spirit; [1]-12pp, No. X, Means of Religious Growth, a Sermon, by Rev. James I. T. Coolidge; [1]-12pp, No. XI, Old Martha 
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4 DE WITT Bible of Divine Origin. No. 192.
1829 Tract bound in printed and illustrated blue wrappe worn through wrapper at spine ends, slight worm damage in middle of spine, light to medium foxing--heavier on rear wrapper. Small octavo, 11 x 18cm. New York 
DE WITT, JOHN. The Bible of Divine Origin. No. 192. Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New-York. D. Fanshaw, Printer. [1829] Small octavo, 11 x 18cm.

Tract bound in printed and illustrated blue wrapper, imprint on wrapper only, worn through wrapper at spine ends, slight worm damage in middle of spine, light to medium foxing--heavier on rear wrapper. Collation: P-Q8, plus printed wrapper. Pagination: [1]-32pp. Pages 2-32 are also numbered 342-372. Pages 2 & 3 of the wrapper are so numbered, page 4 is numbered "36 pages." The inside of the wrapper, front and back, contains "Some of the last choice words of Dr. Samuel Finley, President of the College of New-Jersey."

Tract written in the form of a dialogue among Zenas, Ancus and Caius. "Attributed to Rev. John De Witt in 'recent publications' in the American tract magazine (July 1829). Replaces 'The Prisoner's Companion" as tract no. 192."--OCLC Title vignette of winged angel sitting on a cloud holding the open Bible with one hand. 
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5 LOWRIE Building Jerusalem. No. 14.
19TH-AM-MA-BOSTON-ATS 
LOWRIE, JOHN MARSHALL. Building Jerusalem. No. 14. (Boston, American Tract Society) [circa 1850?] 4? x 7? inches. Small pamphlet, light foxing, dog-ears. 8pp. Apparently extracted from "`The Christian in the Church'--Rev. J.M. Lowrie." John Marshall Lowrie (1817-1867) Presbyterian minister, studied Princeton Theol. Sem., pastor Warren County, NJ, Wellsville & Lancaster, Ohio, and Fort Wayne, Ind. "Dr. Lowrie contributed largely to the press...he excelled in systematic arrangement, clear statement, and forcible argument."--McClintock & Strong: Cycl. Bibl., Theol. & Eccl. Lit. V:533. 
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