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An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel ofJesus Christ, BELLAMY, JOSEPH
1 BELLAMY, JOSEPH An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel ofJesus Christ
Joseph Bellamy's An Essay on the Nature and Glory of theGospel of Jesus Christ, Boston, 1762, First Edition 1762 First Edition leather good+ 12mo in 6's; 10.7 x 16.6cm, Boston Early signature on front free endpaper: "Daniel E
BELLAMY, JOSEPH. An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: As also on The Nature and Consequences of Spiritual Blindness: and The Nature and Effects of Divine Illumination. Designed as a Supplement to the Author's Letters and Dialogues on the Nature of Love to God, Faith in Christ, and Assurance of a Title to Eternal Life. By Joseph Bellamy, A.M. Minister of the Gospel in Behlem, in New-England. "We all with open Face, beholding as in a Glass "the Glory of the Lord, are changed into the "same Image. "But if our Gospel is hid, it is hid to them that "are lost. Boston, N.E. Printed and Sold by S. Kneeland, in Queen street, opposite to the Probate Office. 1762, 12mo in 6's, 10.7 x 16.6cm. $550.00 Joseph Bellamy(1719-1790) ardent disciple of Jonathan Edwards and earliest and most faithful of his successors. "He was full of enthusiasm for the Great Awakening, and for the New Light theology inaugurated by Jonathan Edwards, which had been the occasion of the revival, since it enabled the preacher to call men to repentance, as the older Calvinism had not. In this vein he preached with fervor, cogency, and success, first to his own parish, and from 1742 on, from place to place in and around Connecticut for part of the year, during several years... Settling down at the close of the revival he bagan writing in defense of this new theology... Young men came to him to study for the ministry, and a sort of theological seminary grew up in this tiny backwwods settlement... He was a striking example of bold independent thinking in early New England."--Dictionary of American Biography, II:165. We offer the First Edition of his An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. A few quotes from the book: "Section VI. Vindictive Justice an amiable Perfection the Diety; a Beauty in the Divine Character. Vindictive Justice is that Perfection in the Divine Nature, whereby God is inclined to punish Sin according to it's Desert...God's giving his Son to die in our Stead, to redeem us from the Curse of the Law, as led some to think, that God is not inclinded to punish Sinc according to it's Desert: whereas his Inclination to punish Sin according to it's Desert, induced him to give his Son to die in our Stead."--p.95. "Section XI. The Nature of Divine Illumination... To see the Holy Beauty of God's moral Character, to see the Beauty of Holiness, to have Holiness appear beautiful and seem lovely to the Soul, is of the same Nature as to love Holiness; but to love Holiness, is Holiness it self."--pp.201, 205-206. Bound original calf with raised bands and double gilt fine fillet lines outlining bands and red morocco title label, covers scuffed and rubbed some, endpapers split at inside hinges but hinges tight, light tanning of pages, light foxing but a bit heavier on endpaeprs. Collation: A6, a2, B-Y6, Z2. D3 mis-signed C3. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [i]-vi Preface, (8) Contents, [1]-254pp. (2) vi (8) 254pp. Evans: American Bibliography #9064. Early signature on front free endpaper: "Daniel Emerson's." 
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Albumen photograph of
2 CARSON, REV. JOSEPH, and JANE. Albumen photograph of "Rev Joseph Carson married Jane Payne," (57 x 89mm) mounted on printed card (62 x 100mm).
Carte-de-visite photo of Rev. Joseph Carson (Methodist) and his Wife Jane, circa 1865-70, Charlottesville, Va. 1865-70 CARTE-DE-VISITE ALBUMEN PHOTO Photograph 62 x 100mm Charlottesville, Va. 
CARSON, REV. JOSEPH, and JANE. Albumen photograph of "Rev Joseph Carson married Jane Payne," (57 x 89mm) mounted on printed card (62 x 100mm). The back of the printed card reads: "From A. F. Smith's Photographic Temple of Art, [star above, phoenix rising from fire logo] Lobban's Building, Main St. Charlottesville, Va." "Duplicates can be obtained from this Negative at any time." Written at the top of the printing is "Rev. Joseph Carson married Jane Payne." $85.00 Joseph Carson (1785-1875) an early minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church South, "was born in Winchester, Va., Feb. 19, 1785, and died in Culpepper Co., Va., April 15, 1875 in the ninety-first year of his age. He united with the M.E. Church in April, 1801... He was admitted on trial in the Baltimore Conference, April 1805...where Bishop Asbury and Whatcoat presided. He was appointed junior preacher on the Wyoming circuit, which embraced all that part of Pennsylvania from the western branch of the Susquehanna to the New York State line, being 400 miles in circuit, having 32 appointments. There was no church edifice on the circuit, he preaching in private house and groves... He traveled extensive circuits in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, and everywhere revivals attended his labors... He gave to the church 74 years of his life, and to the ministry 73."--Simpson: Cyclopędia of Methodism, 1880, p.169. For more info re Carson's ministry see: Bennett: Memorials of Methodism in Virginia, 1871, pp482-94; 524-27; 555-57; 560-63; 569-570, 721ff. The thin albumen photo is pasted onto a card within a double line gold border. The back of the card in printed within a solid gold-tan border with fine vertical lines forming a filler between a center border in which resides the printing in purple ink. There is a 3.5cm tear through the photo and card which has been sometime repaired. There are what appears to be old adhesive spots on the card--perhaps from pasting down the photo. 
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3 DANA Have the Churches the presence of Christ? A Sermon, Addressed to the
19TH-AM-MA-NEWBURYPORT-SARGENT 
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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History of Cosmopolite: or the Writings of Rev. Lorenzo Dow: Containin, DOW, LORENZO
4 DOW, LORENZO History of Cosmopolite: or the Writings of Rev. Lorenzo Dow: Containin
1848 4th edition Bound full leather with dark red morocco title lab small chip at top of front hinge, .8cm worm track near top of rear hinge, leather starting to split bottom 4cm of front hinge, light paint mark bottom of front cover, bottom corner of front cover bent out a little, rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at bottom two corners, front endpapers split at inside hinge, pencil scribbling on front endpapers, front endpapers and first 25pp with large damp stain, light foxing with heavier foxing on endpapers, scattered dog-ears. Octavo, 14 x 21.5cm Washington, OH 
DOW, LORENZO. History of Cosmopolite: or the Four Volumes of Lorenzo Dow's Journal Concentrated in One: Containing His Experience and Travels, From Childhood to near his Fiftieth Year. Also, His Polemic Writings; Consisting of I. His Chain, with Five Links, Two Hooks and a Swivel. II. Reflections on Matrimony. III. Analects upon the Rights of Man. IV. A Jorney from Babylon to Jerusalem. V. Dialogue Between the Curious and Singular. VI. Hints on the Fulfilment of Prophecy. VII. On Church Government and the Ministry, &c.&c. To which is added, The "Journey of Life," by Peggy Dow. Fourth Edition. Revised and Corrected with Notes. Published by Joshua Martin, Washington, O., Printed by John B. Wolff. 1848. Octavo, 14 x 21.5cm

Bound full leather with dark red morocco title label, small chip at top of front hinge, .8cm worm track near top of rear hinge, leather starting to split bottom 4cm of front hinge, light paint mark bottom of front cover, bottom corner of front cover bent out a little, rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at bottom two corners, front endpapers split at inside hinge, pencil scribbling on front endpapers, front endpapers and first 25pp with large damp stain, light foxing with heavier foxing on endpapers, scattered dog-ears.

Pagination: double frontispiece (Lorenzo & Peggy), (1) title, (1) copyright/printer, (1) index, (1) blank, [v]-vii introduction, (1) blank, [9]-720pp. Rowe: Methodist Union Catalog #D2418 except this printing does not state `4th edition' on the title page.

Dow (1777-1834) was "an American evangelist... By 1830 he was nationally known, not only for his eloquence but for his oddities of manner and dress as well [e.g. wearing his hair long and dressing in a little leather jacket]."--Rieger: The Upper Ohio Valley, 748. "Eccentric, fanatical, and disillusioned though he was, his influence was felt throughout the South [e.g., he is said to 
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5 EDWARDS Account of Abigail Hutchinson, a Young Woman Hopefully Converted at
circa 1830 19TH-AM-NY-NY-ATS 
EDWARDS, JONATHAN. Account of Abigail Hutchinson, a Young Woman Hopefully Converted at Northampton, Mass. 1734. By Reverend Jonathan Edwards. [7 x 4.8cm woodcut of woman meditating with 2 lines scripture] Published by the American Tract Society, and Sold at their Depository, Nassau-street, Opposite the City-Hall, New-York; and by Agents of the Society, its Branches, and Auxiliaries, in the Principal Cities and Towns in the United States. [circa 1827-1833] [at top of title:] No. 78. 10.7 x 17.3cm Disbound pamphlet, large damp stain top third of pages, other damp stains, medium to heavy foxing, first and last page soiled, corners sometime rounded with scissors. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) title, (1) blank, [2]-8pp, (1) blank, p.10 poem & colophon. This copy has two duplicate title pages, however the first one has a much better imprint of the woodcut. See Johnson: Printed Writings of Jonathan Edwards 1703-1758 a Bibliography, No's 309-311. Our copy with slightly different imprint and an extra page at the end plus a duplicate title page. Vol. 3, No. 78 of the Publications of the American Tract Society. 
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6 EMMONS Massachusetts Missionary Magazine, For the Year 1803. Containing
1803 19TH-AM-MA-SALEM-CUSHING 
MASSACHUSETTS MISSIONARY SOCIETY. / EMMONS, NATHANAEL, et al. The Massachusetts Missionary Magazine, For the Year 1803. Containing Religious & Interesting Communications, Calculated to edify Christians, and inform the Rising Generation. The Profits of this work are to be applied to the support of Missionaries in the New Settlements and among the Indians of North America. The Editors appointed by the Society are, Rev. Messieurs Nathanael Emmons, D.D.; David Sanford, A.M.; Daniel Hopkins, A.M.; Samuel Spring, A.M.; Joseph Barker, A.M.; Samuel Niles, A.M.; Samuel Austin, A.M.; Abiel Holmes, A.M.; Jonathan Strong, A.M.; Caleb Alexander, A.M.; Jacob Norton, A.M.; Paul Litchfield, A.M.; Elijah Parish, A.M. Volume I. Salem: Printed by Joshua Cushing, for the Editors. [1803-04] Octavo. Bound original leather over boards--heavily scuffed, worn through leather at corners, rebacked in heavy brown acid-free Canson paper with original black leather title & volume labels laid over, 19th century seminary library bookplate, archival rag paper strip pasted over inside hinges, small oval library blind-stamp on title and several other pages, small 4 digit accession number stamp on verso of title, light to medium foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-[483], (1) blank, [1]-40pp. Collation: Aaa-Mmm4, 2 unsigned leaves (index), A-E4. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-430, text, (3) index, (1) blank; [1]-40 Vol. II, May 1804 issue. Magazine includes vol. I, May-April, 1803-1804, plus the May 1804 issue of Vol. II. Contents include: Brief Account of a Religious Attention in the North Parish in Weymouth, Mass.; On Divine Sovereignty; Character of Dr. Erskine; Revival of Religion in Holles; Life of Cotton Mather; The State of the Soul After Death; Concerning the Duty of a Church to Censure its Members for the Sin of Heresy; Life of Mrs. Sarah Gill; On Ministerial Unfaithfulness; The Importance of Piety in Parents and Guardians of Youth; The Dying Negro (hung in a cage & eaten alive by vultures for killing an overseer); Observations on the True Spirit of Prayer; Account of the Reformation at Hollis; Th 
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Memoirs of the Life and Character of the Late Rev. George Whitefield, of Pembroke College, Oxford, And Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Countess Dowager of Huntington.  Faithfully Selected From His Original Papers, Journals, and Letters, Illustrated by a variety of Interesting Anecdotes, From the best Authorities., GILLIES, JOHN.
7 GILLIES, JOHN. Memoirs of the Life and Character of the Late Rev. George Whitefield, of Pembroke College, Oxford, And Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Countess Dowager of Huntington. Faithfully Selected From His Original Papers, Journals, and Letters, Illustrated by a variety of Interesting Anecdotes, From the best Authorities.
Gillies Life of George Whitefield, Boston, 1813. Leather 1813 Fifth Edition. Revised and corrected, with large Additions and Improvements Bound full calf black morocco title label, almost half of the title label chipped away, rubbed & scuffed--especially heavy at edges and along spine, spine ends chipped away, worn through leather at top two corners and along top edge of front cover, medium to heavy foxing and browning of pages, lacks front free endpaper and flyleaf as well as rear free endpaper, endpapers splitting along inside hinges, 3 starts, a small amount of light damp stain in outside margin, first few page edges worn. A solid copy but looks wise, not for the discriminating collector. 12mo, 11.4 x 16.3cm. Boston, MA 
GILLIES, JOHN. Memoirs of the Life and Character of the Late Rev. George Whitefield, of Pembroke College, Oxford, And Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Countess Dowager of Huntington. Faithfully Selected From His Original Papers, Journals, and Letters, Illustrated by a variety of Interesting Anecdotes, From the best Authorities. Originally Compiled by the Late Rev. John Gillies, D.D. Minister of the College Church of Glasgow. Fifth Edition. Revised and corrected, with large Additions and Improvements, by Aaron C. Seymour, Author of "Letters to Young Person." [4 lines from Cowper, 5 lines from Scripture] Boston: Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, No. 50, Cornhill, 1813. 12mo, 11.4 x 16.3cm. $125.00

George Whitefield (1714-1770) famous English preacher, evangelist. "Born at Gloucester, he was educated there and at Pembroke College, Oxford, where he associated with those who formed the 'Holy Club' and who would later be known as the first Methodists. There also he experienced an evangelical conversion... He preached in several London churches, but quickly accepted an invitation from John and Charles Wesley to go to Georgia where, with the exception of a notable visit home, he remained from 1737 to 1741. The visit home included his first attempt at open-air preaching, in Bristol. He was to continue the practice to the end of his life, regularly delivering up to twenty sermons a week, covering vast distances that included fourteen visits to Scotland and, in those days of long and hazardous voyages, no less than seven Journeys to America, where he died shortly after preaching his last sermon... In his kind Whitefield is supreme among preachers, sharing his eminence only with Latimer. Others might be more learned, even more stylish, but none was more eloquent or more moving... Like open-air preachers before him, like the friars and like Latimer, his work abounds with vivid colloquial phrases and apt, familiar analogies."--Arthur Pollard in Douglas: Intl. Dict. Christ. Church, p1043-44.

Bound full calf with black morocco title label, almost half of the title label chipped away, rubbed & scuffed--especially heavy at edges and along spine, spine ends chipped away, worn through leather at top two corners and along top edge of front cover, medium to heavy foxing and browning of pages, lacks front free endpaper and flyleaf as well as rear free endpaper, endpapers splitting along inside hinges, 3 starts, a small amount of light damp stain in outside margin, first few page edges worn. A solid copy, but looks-wise, not for the discriminating collector.

Collation: includes woodcut portrait of Whitefield facing title, 16, 24, 2-226, 232. Pagination: (1) blank, (1) frontispiece, (1) title, (1) blank, [v]-xiii Preface, (1) blank, [xv]-xix, (1) blank, [13]-268pp. American Bibliography, 1813-28640.
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8 KIRK Jesus the Great Missionary. A Sermon, Delivered in Bowdoin Street
19TH-AM-MA-BOSTON-PAERKINS & MARVIN 
KIRK, EDWARD NORRIS. Jesus the Great Missionary. A Sermon, Delivered in Bowdoin Street Church, Boston, on the evening of November 13, 1839, at the Ordination of Samuel Wolcott, as a Foreign Missionary. By Rev. Edward N. Kirk. Published by request. Boston: Printed by Perkins & Marvin. 1839. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched, small oval embossed library blind stamp on title page, library accession number stamped on verso of title, light foxing. Collation: 1-44. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-32pp. Amer. Imprints #39-56695. Edward Norris Kirk (1802-1874) clergyman, pastor of Presbyterian and Congregational churches and promoter of revivals. "After studying law for eighteen months in New York city, he entered Princeton Theological Seminary, and remained there four years, after which he was appointed agent of the Board of Foreign Missions, and travelled through the south on its behalf... In 1828 he became pastor of the 4th Presbyterian church, which had been gathered by his labors in the revivals under Charles G. Finney. Mr. Kirk coincided with Mr. Finney's views, and in connection with Dr. Beman, of Troy, established a school of theology to train young men for service in the ministry of evangelists... He was president of the American Missionary Assoc. and secretary of the Evangelical Alliance. The degree of D.D. was conferred on him by Amherst in 1855."--Appletons' Cycl. of Amer. Biography, III:554. We offer Kirk's Sermon "Jesus the Great Missionary" preached at the ordination of Samuel Wolcott as a foreign missionary. 
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9 MILBURN Ten Years of Preacher-Life: Chapters from an Autobiography.
1859 19TH-AM-NY-NY-DERBY & JACKSON 
MILBURN, WILLIAM HENRY. Ten Years of Preacher-Life: Chapters from an Autobiography. By William Henry Milburn, author of "The Rife, Axe and Saddle-bags. [5 lines quote] New York: Derby & Jackson, 119 Nassau Street. 1859. 12mo. Bound publisher's brown cloth, spine faded along with gilt lettering on spine, light fraying at bottom of spine, light yellow endpapers, light foxing. Early ownership inscription on front free endpaper: "E. K Thielmore, Nov. 15th 1859 Brooklyn Long Island." Pagination: (1) half-title, (1) blank, (2) frontispiece leaf with tissue, (1) title, (1) copyright, (1) dedication, (1) blank, vii-viii preface, [ix-x] contents, (2) poems, 13-363pp, (1) blank, (8)pp ads. Nice steel-engraved portrait of Milburn at frontispiece. "A vivid life story is that of William Henry Milburn, the nearly blind preacher...interesting accounts of the pioneer life which nourished revivalism, and of the itinerant's work and great hardships."--Nelson R. Burr: Critical Bibliog. Rel. in Amer., pp163-164. With interesting chapters titles: Sketches of the Mississippi Valley; A Southern Home; Southern Character; The Negro; etc. Milburn spent some amount of time in the South. We offer the first edition. 
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10 VERMONT JUVENILE MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Vermont Juvenile Missionary Society, at their Annual Meeting at East Rutland, October 2, 1822; Together with the Reports of the Directors and Treasurer.
1822 Pamphlet in plain gray-blue paper wrapper, wrapper tattered at edges and along spine, side-stitched, light to medium foxing, uncut and untrimmed pages, light damp stains on front cover & title, historical society stamp on top of title. Pamphlet Octavo Woodstock: Printed by David Watson. 
VERMONT JUVENILE MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Vermont Juvenile Missionary Society, at their Annual Meeting at East Rutland, October 2, 1822; Together with the Reports of the Directors and Treasurer. Woodstock: Printed by David Watson. Oct. 1822. Octavo.

Pamphlet in plain gray-blue paper wrapper, wrapper tattered at edges and along spine, side-stitched, light to medium foxing, uncut and untrimmed pages, light damp stains on front cover & title, historical society stamp on top of title. Phrase "Vt. Pamph Vol. 4" in pen on top of title and in pencil on top of front cover. Collation: [1]4, 2-34. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-24pp. OCLC locates Middlebury College only. Amer. Imprints #11294 locates in addition New Hampshire State Lib. & Presb. Hist. Soc., Phila.

The Vermont Juvenile Missionary Society was a home mission society that raised money and appointed missionaries to labour for various amounts of time in areas of need. Sample of proceedings: "Rev. J. Parker has performed his mission of 18 weeks in the towns of Sheldon, Franklin, Berkshire, Richford, Montgomery, Kellyvale, Westfield, Troy, Wocott, Elmore, Hydepark and Coit's Gore. During the first 6 weeks of his mission, he states, 'I preached as often as the people would attend, which was usually three times on the Sabbath, and often twice on other days.' During the remainder of the time he preached from 4 to 6 times a week, besides visiting families and schools and attending various other religious meetings. In conclusion he says, 'Altho no general awakening has been visible, where I have labored, yet I trust God has used me as an humble instrument of saving good to some. When I first visited some of the little churches, I found great disorders among them. But the discipline of the gospel, which had been greatly neglected, was revived; backsliders were reclaimed, and peace and brotherly love, in a good measure, restored...'"--p.11.
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11 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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12 YOUNG Eight Years of Presbyterian Evangelistic Work in Kentucky.

YOUNG, BENNETT H. Eight Years of Presbyterian Evangelistic Work in Kentucky. By Col. Bennett H. Young, Louisville, Ky. Richmond, Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1890, 4 x 6 inches. Pamphlet stapled, staples rusted, pages browning, 15pp, 
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