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1 BRAMAN, MILTON P. & THOMAS WHITTEMORE. A Report of the Discussion at Danvers, Mass. Between the Rev. Milton P. Braman, Pastor of the First Church in Danvers, and Thomas Whittemore, Editor of the Trumpet and Universalist Magazine; on the Question, "Is the Doctrine of Endless Misery Revealed in the Holy Scriptures!" November 6, 1833.
1833 Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched, light foxing--a bit heavier on final pages. pamphlet duodecimo Boston: Printed by William Peirce, No. 9 Cornhill. 
BRAMAN, MILTON P. & THOMAS WHITTEMORE. A Report of the Discussion at Danvers, Mass. Between the Rev. Milton P. Braman, Pastor of the First Church in Danvers, and Thomas Whittemore, Editor of the Trumpet and Universalist Magazine; on the Question, "Is the Doctrine of Endless Misery Revealed in the Holy Scriptures!" November 6, 1833. Boston: Printed by William Peirce, No. 9 Cornhill. 1833. Duodecimo.

Disbound pamphlet, side-stitched, light foxing--a bit heavier on final pages. Collation: 1-36, 2 unsigned leaves (appendix). Pagination: (1) title, (1) "The Reporter...", [3]-36 debate, [37]-40 appendix. OCLC locates NY Pub Lib; Trinity Col; Lib Cong; Center for Res Lib; Boston Athenaeum; Harvard U Div Sch Lib; Duke U.; Amer Antq Soc. American Imprints #17937 adds Boston Pub Lib; Cong Lib Boston; Theol Sem Ref Ch, Lancaster; State Hist Soc Wisc. Eddy: "Bibliography" in Universalism in America, #725, Braman's account, "Mr. Braman's part in full, as compiled by himself and Mr. M'Clure." See Eddy #765 for Whittemore's account.

From verso of title page: "...As it was intimated, that the editor of the Trumpet was preparing for press his own account of the debate, it seemed proper, that the other party should have the same privilege. Mr Braman having given his full approbation to this report, it is sufficiently responsible without the name of the writer." We offer this debate between the well known Universalist editor and author Thomas Whittemore and the Congregationalist Milton Braman. 
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2 CAMPBELL Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of
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CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER & ROBERT OWEN. Debate on the Evidences of Christianity; Containing an Examination of the "Social System," and of all the Systems of Scepticism of Ancient and Modern Times. Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, in April, 1829; Between Robert Owen & Alexander Campbell. Reported by Charles H. Sims, Esq. With an Appendix, written by the parties. Volume I. [& Volume II.] [9 lines of quotes] Second Edition. Cincinnati, Ohio: Published by Robinson and Fairbank, At the office of the Christian Journal. 1829. Octavo. Bound full tree-calf with ornate gilt spine,, rubbed & scuffed some, bottom two corners bumped, yellow page edges, one slight start, 19th century college bookplate and presentation inscription from a Amos F. Hall dated 1855, lacks front free endpaper, library accession number in stamp & pen on front flyleaf, light tanning of pages, dampstain around edges of title and next few pages diminishing to a dampstain in the bottom margin only through page 50--same at rear of book, light foxing. Collation: [1]-216, 1-256. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 Campbell's preface, [6]-7 laws of discussion, (1) blank, [9]-251 debate, (1) blank; (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-201 debate, (1) blank, [203]-215 review of Mr. Owen's book, [216]-236 Mr. Owen's appendix, [237]-263 Mr. Campbell's appendix, (1) blank, [265]-300 addenda. Amer. Imprints #29-39946. Second edition published the same year as the first (Bethany Va.). Robert Owen (1771-1858) Welsh socialist, pioneer of co-operation in industry, and philanthropist. He argued in A New View of Society (1813) that man's character is wholly determined by environment. He founded several communities of "Owenites" on co-operative principles in England and America including one in New Harmony, Indiana. At the age of 82 he took up Spiritualism. Alexander Campbell 
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3 CAMPBELL Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of
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CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER & ROBERT OWEN. Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of the "Social System," and of all the Systems of Scepticism of Ancient and Modern Times. Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, from the 13th to the 21st of April, 1829; Between Robert Owen, of New Lanark, Scotland, and Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia. Reported by Charles H. Sims, Stenographer. With an Appendix, written by the parties. Vol. I. [& Vol. II.] [8 lines of quotes] Bethany, Va., Printed and Published by Alexander Campbell. 1829. Octavo. Bound full leather with red title label, heavily rubbed and scuffed, spine ends chipped, worn through leather at the four corners and along top and bottom edges, leather splitting along hinges, medium to heavy foxing. Collation: 1-216, 1-256, 262. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [3]-5 preface, (2) laws of discussion, (1) blank, [9]-251 debate, (1) blank; (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-201 debate, (1) blank, [203]-215 review of Mr. Owen's book, [216]-236 Mr. Owen's appendix, [237]-263, (1) blank, [265]-301 agenda, (1) blank, (2) proposals...for publishing...Millennial Harbinger. Norona & Shetler: West Virginia Imprints 1790-1863, #245 Robert Owen (1771-1858) Welsh socialist, pioneer of co-operation in industry, and philanthropist. He argued in A New View of Society (1813) that man's character is wholly determined by environment. He founded several communities of "Owenites" on co-operative principles in England and America including one in New Harmony, Indiana. At the age of 82 he took up Spiritualism. Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. With the aim of greater Christian union he rejected all credal formulas. He first began preaching in 1810 and organized the church at Brush Run, Pa. At the time he believed in the independence and congregatio 
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4 CAMPBELL Debate on the Roman Catholic Religion: Held in the Sycamore-Street
19TH-AM-OH-CINCINNATI 
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, and JOHN B. PURCELL. A Debate on the Roman Catholic Religion: Held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting House, Cincinnati, from the 13th to the 21st of January, 1837. Between Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia, and the Rt. Rev. John B. Purcell, Bishop of Cincinnati. Taken Down by Reporters, and Revised by the Parties. [4 lines quotes from gospels] Cincinnati: Stereotyped & Published by J. A. James & Co. 1837. 12mo. Bound original tan paper over boards, spine nicely rebacked in modern acid-free tan paper with printed paper title label, original tan paper soiled and rubbed--worn through paper at all edges, damp spots on rear cover, untrimmed page edges, medium foxing throughout--heavier foxing on endpapers. Includes front & rear free-endpapers and flyleaves. Pencil name upside down on front free endpaper. Collation: A-R6, S4, T2, T-Z6, 2A-2E6. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, (1) to the public, (1) blank, v-viii introduction, 9-359, (1) blank. Page 359 has a printed slip pasted over previous text that reads: "Having read all the proofs of this discussion, I certify, that the reader has, substantially, as correctly as under all the circumstances could have been expected, a fair representation of the whole discussion. March 7, 1837. A. Campbell." Famous debate between Campbell & Purcell. J. J Haley notes in his Debates that Made History, that this was the only time in America when a Roman church official debated a Protestant pastor. 
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5 WILKES, L. B. and JACOB DITZLER. The Louisville Debate: A Discussion of the Question, What is Christian Baptism? Including its Proper Subjects and Design. Between Elder L. B. Wilkes, Of the Christian Church, Lexington, Ky., and Rev. Jacob Ditzler, Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Louisville, Ky. Held in "Weisiger Hall," Louisville, Ky., Beginning on the 13th and Closing on the 23rd of December, 1870. Reported on the part of Mr. Wilkes, by Mr. Benn Pitman... And on the part of Mr. Ditzler, by Morris E. Jones...
1872 Second Edition Bound green cloth worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, soiled place near top of front cover with small water spots, name of "Joseph E. Hay's Book Price $3.00, Hardin" written and crossed out many times on front endpapers, light foxing. book Octavo Lexington, Ky., Transylvania Publishing Company 
WILKES, L. B. and JACOB DITZLER. The Louisville Debate: A Discussion of the Question, What is Christian Baptism? Including its Proper Subjects and Design. Between Elder L. B. Wilkes, Of the Christian Church, Lexington, Ky., and Rev. Jacob Ditzler, Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Louisville, Ky. Held in "Weisiger Hall," Louisville, Ky., Beginning on the 13th and Closing on the 23rd of December, 1870. Reported on the part of Mr. Wilkes, by Mr. Benn Pitman... And on the part of Mr. Ditzler, by Morris E. Jones... Second Edition. Lexington, Ky., Transylvania Publishing Company, 1872. Octavo. Bound green cloth, worn through cloth at spine ends and corners, soiled place near top of front cover with small water spots, name of "Joseph E. Hay's Book Price $3.00, Hardin" written and crossed out many times on front endpapers, light foxing. xiv, 15-708pp, indexes--separate index for each debater's arguments. 
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