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1 Baptist Record. Vol. IV, No. 1, Wednesday, March t, 1872. Charle
19TH-AM-WV-CHARLESTON 
The Baptist Record. Vol. IV, No. 1, Wednesday, March 6, 1872. Whole No. 51. Charleston, W. Va. 4pp, large newspaper format: 20 x 26 inches, with many folds, light foxing, ads--including a large one for Bethany College in WV. Contents include: Indian Creek Association, Immersion in a Hospital, Proceedings of the West Virginia Convention, & Snow Blockade on the Union Pacific. 
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2 CULTIVATOR, A Consolidation of Buel's Cultivator and Genese Farmer

The CULTIVATOR, A Consolidation of Buel's Cultivator and Genesee Farmer, Designed to Improve the Soil and the Mind. Willis Gaylord and Luther Tucker, editors. Cult. Vol. VII.--Cult. and Far. Vol. I. Albany, N.Y., Published by Jesse Buel & Co., 1840. 9? x 13? inches. Bound leather spine and corners with cloth over boards, leather cracked at front hinge with loose ends of leather glued back down, worn through leather at spine ends and corners, front cover warped, first few pages water stained, several small and primarily marginal damp stains throughout the book, foxing. viii, 4-196pp, a few illustrations, text set in triple columns. Important and influential American agricultural periodical. 
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3 Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. XXXII, No. 2,

Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. XXXII, No. 2, June 1939. (6) (149)-254pp, printed paper covers. Includes: Clyde E. Buckingham: Mormonism in Illinois, pp173-192. 
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4 New Englander. Nullius Addictus Jurare in Verra Magistri. Volume

The New Englander. Nullius Addictus Jurare in Verra Magistri. Volume V.--Number III. July, 1847. New Haven: Published by A. H. Maltby. Printed by B. L. Hamlen, Printer to Yale College. Octavo. Bound printed brown paper wrapper, 2 inch tear in front cover repaired, rubbed at edges, a few small water spots on wrapper, chipped at spine ends, a few dog-ears, light to moderate foxing throughout. 337-480pp. Contents include: Bledsoe's Examination of Edwards' Inquiry; Mysticism; The Messianic Succession; reviews of 6 of Thomas Arnold's books; The Sufferings of Christ not confined to his Human Nature; a review of The Causes and the Cure of Puseyism... 
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5 Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1832. Volume V.
Bound in calf spine and corners with marbled paper leather split along top 1.5cm split of rear hinge, 5mm dia. piece chipped from top of front hinge, large piece chipped from top of spine but pasted back down, speckled brown page edges, library blind stamp on title page, library pocket & date due slip on rear endpapers, stamped library accession number on bottom of 3rd page, light foxing, otherwise, good+ condition. octavo 19TH-AM-MA-BOSTON-PEIRCE & PARKER 
The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1832. Volume V. Boston: Published by Peirce & Parker, No. 9 Cornhill. 1832. Octavo.

Bound in calf spine and corners with marbled paper over boards, gilt lettering on black morocco title and volume labels on spine, leather split along top 1.5cm split of rear hinge, 5mm dia. piece chipped from top of front hinge, large piece chipped from top of spine but pasted back down, speckled brown page edges, library blind stamp on title page, library pocket & date due slip on rear endpapers, stamped library accession number on bottom of 3rd page, light foxing, otherwise, good+ condition. Front paste-down endpaper signed "D. Talcott Smith." Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (2) index, [5]-724pp.

Volume I, No. 1, January 1828 (pp1-7) issue of this periodical explained the reason for a new magazine: "It has for some time past appeared exceedingly desirable, that there should be Published in Boston a periodical work, in which that portion of the community, usually denominated orthodox, can easily and frequently express those view of truth and duty, which, after a full and fair examination, are judged to be of great importance. At present, although there are several respectable religious magazines in our country, none of them can be made to accomplish all the beneficial ends which the interest of the church now require. After serious and prayerful deliberation, therefore, it has been determined to establish an new magazine." The editor continues saying the Spirit of the Pilgrims is being established in the spirit of the Theological Magazine of New York in 1797 and The Connecticut Evangelical Magazine not long after. Speaking of the Unitarians, the editor states: "Again; it is undeniable, that a large portion of the community has been totally deceived, in regard to the doctrines and preaching of 
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6 Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1833. Volume VI.
19TH-AM-MA-BOSTON-PEIRCE 
The Spirit of the Pilgrims, for the Year 1833. Volume VI. Boston: Published by William Peirce. 1833. Octavo. Bound in calf spine and corners with marbled paper over boards, gilt lettering on black morocco title and volume labels on spine, leather split along both hinges, front cover is quite loose but still attached, spine ends chipped away, worn through leather at corners, speckled brown page edges, library blind stamp on title page, library pocket & date due slip on rear endpapers, stamped library accession number on bottom of 3rd page, light foxing--heavier on endpapers, binding only fair condition but contents good+. Front free endpaper signed "D. Talcott Smith 1840." Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (2) index, (1) title, (1) blank, (2) index, [note: title & index are doubled] [5]-734pp. Volume I, No. 1, January 1828 (pp1-7) issue of this periodical explained the reason for a new magazine: "It has for some time past appeared exceedingly desirable, that there should be Published in Boston a periodical work, in which that portion of the community, usually denominated orthodox, can easily and frequently express those view of truth and duty, which, after a full and fair examination, are judged to be of great importance. At present, although there are several respectable religious magazines in our country, none of them can be made to accomplish all the beneficial ends which the interest of the church now require. After serious and prayerful deliberation, therefore, it has been determined to establish an new magazine." The editor continues saying the Spirit of the Pilgrims is being established in the spirit of the Theological Magazine of New York in 1797 and The Connecticut Evangelical Magazine not long after. Speaking of the Unitarians, the editor states: "Again; 
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7 THE CHRISTIAN HERALD. Saturday, November 23, 1816. Vol. II. No. 9.
19TH-AM-NY-NY-CALDWELL 
THE CHRISTIAN HERALD. Saturday, November 23, 1816. Vol. II. No. 9. [From Wrapper:] New-York: Edited and Published, Once a Week, by John E. Caldwell, Nassau, Corner of Cedar-Street. J. Seymour, printer, 1816. Octavo. Pamphlet bound in original printed gray/blue wraps, wraps separated along spine top & bottom 7cm but still held in middle by thread, untrimmed edges, light foxing. Collation: G1-8. Pagination: [129]-144pp. Front cover printed within decorative border. Ad inside front cover for James Eastburn & Co. for "The History... of the British and Foreign Bible Society, by John Owen. More ads on both sides rear cover. Contents include: Letter from the Missionaries in the South Sea Islands; Two letters...New South Wales; Letter...on a tour through Southern Provinces of Russia; Revival of Religion at Malone, Franklin County, N. York; Bibles printed stereotype plates...Amer. Bible Soc. 
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8 TRUE CATHOLIC: Reformed, Protestant and Free.
19TH-AM-MD-BALT-ROBINSON 
The TRUE CATHOLIC: Reformed, Protestant and Free. Edited by a Layman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, with the Approbation of the Bishop of Maryland. [3 Vols.] Baltimore, Joseph Robinson, 1852, 1855, 1856, octavos, 3 vols as follows: Vol. IX. May 1851-April 1852; Vol. II, Second Series, May 1854-April 1855; Vol. III, Second Series, May 1855-April 1856. 3 vols. bound in green leather spine and corners with marbled paper over boards and black title labels, top half of spine of Vol. IX rebacked with green acid free paper and printed paper title and vol. labels, hinges cracking with flexible glue repair, spine ends chipped, worn through leather at corners, church library bookplate. 
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9 AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION. Baptist Missionary Magazine. Published by the American Baptist Mi
1887 19TH-AM-MA-BOSTON-MISSIONARY ROOMS 
AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION. The Baptist Missionary Magazine. Published by the American Baptist Missionary Union. Volume LXVII. Boston: Missionary Rooms, Tremont Temple. 1887. (Printed by Rand Avery Company, Franklin Press, Boston.) Octavo, 16.6 x 23.5cm.

Bound black half leather spine and corners with textured black cloth over boards, worn through black surface of leather along hinges and spine ends as well as corners, spine was shellacked at some point in time, early library call number on spine, covers rubbed & scuffed, yellow endpapers splitting at hinges, 19th century library bookplate, pages very lightly tanning. Pagination: (1) title, (1) printer, [1]-474pp. Includes index.

The American Baptist Missionary Union was formed out of Adoniram Judson converting from Congregationalism to Baptist on his voyage to India in 1812. His need of support spurred a number of small Baptist missionary societies to form. These were consolidated in 1814 as "The General Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions. It was reorganized in 1846 after the Southern Baptist had withdrawn the previous year, as the American Baptist Missionary Union." This volume is record of the Union's missionary activities around the world in 1877-78, including Burma, India, China, Siam, Japan, and Congo & Uganda missions, as well as European missions in France, Spain, Germany, Sweden, Finland & Russia. 
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10 AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. Youth's Friend; and Scholar's Magazine. Published Monthly.
19TH-AM-PA-PHILA 
AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. The Youth's Friend; and Scholar's Magazine. Published Monthly. No. 60. June, 1826. (No. 6, Vol. 3). Price Twenty-five Cents a Year, When paid in advance and called for at the Depository. Philadelphia. 9.8 x 15.2cm. Bound in very soiled printed yellow wrapper, side-stitched, worn at edges, holes along spine from previous stitching, light to moderate foxing. Wrapper printed within nice elaborate woodcut border; two other woodcut illustrations in text. Collation: F1-8. Pagination: [81]-96pp. "This Magazine is designed more particularly for Sabbath School Teachers, and the Committee hope that its circulation will be more generally extended among that class of persons. Its low price enables about everyone, so disposed, to patronize it, and thus promote the Sunday School cause."--inside front cover. Continues: "The committee have now increased the edition to then thousand per month..." 
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11 CAMPBELL Christian Baptist; Edited by Alexander Campbell.
1861 Bound full blind-stamped black leather gilt lettering on spine, leather split along front hinge, rubbed and worn at edges--just through the leather at the corners, marbled page edges, yellow endpapers, light to medium foxing with some pencil marginalia. Text set in double columns. Octavo Cincinnati, OH Early signature on front free endpaper: "Sidney S.
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, ed. The Christian Baptist; Edited by Alexander Campbell. [4 lines quotes] Revised by D. S. Burnet, from the Second Edition, with Mr. Campbell's Last Corrections. Seven Volumes in One. Thirteenth Edition. [Cincinnati, Ohio] Published by H. S. Bosworth. 1861. Octavo.

Bound full blind-stamped black leather, gilt lettering on spine, leather split along front hinge, rubbed and worn at edges--just through the leather at the corners, marbled page edges, yellow endpapers, light to medium foxing with some pencil marginalia. Text set in double columns. Early signature on front free endpaper: "Sidney S. Moore. Jan 20, 1861."

Collation: title, (1) copyright, (1) original dedication, (1) preface to 8th ed., [5]-665pp, (1) blank, 667-670pp index.

Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. "Believing in the power of the press, Alexander Campbell started the Christian Baptist in 1823, and built up a successful periodical, through which he disseminated his opinions. The paper was printed at home and its success encouraged him to continue the printing business uninterruptedly for forty years. In his paper he attacked missions, Sunday-schools, and sectarian societies as then conducted, carrying the war vigorously into the enemies' camp, and censuring the clergy in particular... From 1830 his interest in the second coming of Christ led him to publish the Millennial Harbinger instead of the Christian Baptist. His publishing interests in a small community were so large that the Federal government established a post office for him and made him postmaster, an office which he held for thirty years."--Dict. of Amer. Biography, III:447-8. 
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12 CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER Christian Baptist, Published Monthly. Edited by Alexr. Campbell.
1829 Bound in original calf boards, rebacked with acid- leather rubbed and scuffed, worn through leather at corners, corners bumped, lacks rear free endpaper and flyleaf, front endpapers and flyleaf filled with notes in a early pen, most pages have notes in the same hand in the margin of the page, piece of archival rag paper pasted over inside rear hinge, 5 leaves with edge or corner repair using archival rag paper, heavy foxing throughout, small damp stain in outside margin of most pages. 12MO. 19TH-AM-WV-BETHANY-cAMPBELL 
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, ed. The Christian Baptist, Published Monthly. Edited by Alexander Campbell. [12 lines scripture.] Vol. VII. Bethany: Printed and Published by A. Campbell. 1829, 12mo. Vol. VII, No's. 1-12, Monday, Aug. 3, 1829- Monday July 5, 1830. Bound in original calf boards, rebacked with acid-free heavy brown paper, leather rubbed and scuffed, worn through leather at corners, corners bumped, lacks rear free endpaper and flyleaf, front endpapers and flyleaf filled with notes in a early pen, most pages have notes in the same hand in the margin of the page, piece of archival rag paper pasted over inside rear hinge, 5 leaves with edge or corner repair using archival rag paper, heavy foxing throughout, small damp stain in outside margin of most pages. Collation: 1-246. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-286pp +(2)pp index. Norona & Shetler: WV Imprints 1790-1863: pt. I, #313. Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. "Believing in the power of the press, Alexander Campbell started the Christian Baptist in 1823, and built up a successful periodical, through which he disseminated his opinions. The paper was printed at home and its success encouraged him to continue the printing business uninterruptedly for forty years. In his paper he attacked missions, Sunday-schools, and sectarian societies as then conducted, carrying the war vigorously into the enemies' camp, and censuring the clergy in particular... From 1830 his interest in the second coming of Christ led him to publish the Millennial Harbinger instead of the Christian Baptist. His publishing interests in 
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13 ELY Quarterly Theological Review; Conducted by the Rev. Ezra Stiles El

ELY, EZRA STILES, ed. The Quarterly Theological Review; Conducted by the Rev. Ezra Stiles Ely, A.M. of the City of Philadelphia. [3 lines scripture] Vol. I. [& Vol. II]. Philadelphia: Published by Anthony Finley, at the North-east Corner of Fourth and Chesnut Streets. William Fry, Printer. 1818. [& 1819]. Octavo. Bound full leather with brown leather title label at top of spine, double gilt lines separate spine into 6 panels, old library call number tag near bottom of spine, small chip out of leather on both spine ends with loose edges pasted back down, worn through leather at corners, rubbed & scuffed, yellow page edges, 1 inch dia. piece torn from top of front free endpaper, light to medium foxing throughout. On front paste-down endpaper: bookplates of "Library of the Excelsior Society. Vol. No. 22, Shelf 54." and also: "Zimmerman Library, Wittenberg College..." Pagination: 572; 510pp. Index in each volume. Ezra Stiles Ely (1786-1861) Old School Presbyterian minister; graduated Yale College, pastor, Colchester, Conn.; chaplain, New York City Hospital; "In 1813 he was installed pastor of the Pine Street Church, Philadelphia, as successor of Dr. Alexander, removed to Princeton, but his strong anti-Hopkinsian tenets led to the division of the church. From 1825 until 1836 he was Stated Clerk of the General Assembly."--Nevin: Ency. Presby. Church in U.S., p.216. He edited the Quarterly Theological Review. We offer vols. 1 & 2 bound together. Contents include: Bishop White and J.E. on Assurance of Pardon, Dr. M'Leod on True Godliness, M'Chord's Essays, Review of Several American Writers on Moral Agency, Griffin on Atonement, etc. 
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14 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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15 LEGARE Southern Agriculturist, and Register of Rural Affairs; Adapted to
19TH-AM-SC-CHARLESTON-MILLER 
LEGARE, J. D. The Southern Agriculturist, and Register of Rural Affairs; Adapted to the Southern Section of the United States. Vol. I. For the Year 1828. By J. D. Legare, Editor. Charleston: Printed and Published for the Editor, by A. E. Miller, No. 4, Broad-Street. 1828. Octavo. Bounded in dried and flaking leather spine & corners, lacking morocco title label but has most of morocco volume label, red & green splotched paper over boards, paper worn, chipped & rubbed through paper at many places, leather split along hinges with covers held by cords, spine ends chipped, worn through at corners, spine darkened with outer dark layer of leather dried and chipping off; yellow page edges, light to heavy foxing, scattered damp-stains. 19th century bookplate of "C.P. Crawford. No. 252." "J. Crawford" written on front paste-down endpaper above bookplate--also written at to of title. Another 19th century bookplate on light purple paper below above bookplate of "Young Men's Christian Association, Milledgeville, GA. Presented by C. P. Crawford." Collation: title leaf, 1-724, 71-3, 81-4, 91-2. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [i]-vii introduction, [7]-569, p.570 "Agricultural Works," [571]-587 index, (1) blank. "An important agricultural magazine established in 1828 and edited by J.D. Legare. It published original papers on agriculture, horticulture, botany, rural affairs, and domestic economy; and also proceedings of agricultural societies of the U.S. and Europe, reviews of works on farming, miscellaneous agricultural items, and some light reading. Cf. American periodicals, 1741-1900."--OCLC description. "Fifth and last of the now-known pioneers of American agricultural journalism was another monthly, the Southern Agriculturist, started at Charleston, S. C., in 1828, by J. D. Legare, and containing at first forty-eight, afterward fifty-six, small pages, 5 x 8? inches."-- 
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16 PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Washington Theological Repertory, and Churchman's Guide.
1826 Bound full tree-calf with brown morocco title labe Octavo Washington, D.C. 
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. The Washington Theological Repertory, and Churchman's Guide. [Washington D.C., James C. Dunn] Vol. VIII, No's 1-17, August 1826 - Dec. 1827. Octavo, 14.5 x 22.1cm. Bound full tree-calf with brown morocco title label, rubbed and scuffed some, yellow page edges, light to medium foxing with a few pages heavier foxing, light damp stains on some pages, a quite nice looking volume. Bookseller's tag of "Fred Lockley Rare Western Books, 4227 S.E. Stark St., Portland, Ore." Pagination: [5]-812pp. This copy was bound without the general title page, which was supposed to be with the next issue. This journal was published as the Washington Theological Repertory, from Aug. 1819-July 1822; and then as The Washington Theological Repertory and Churchman's Guide, from Aug. 1822-Dec. 1829. Published in Washington D.C., it was a publication for the Protestant Episcopal Church, but published missionary reports from every denomination, in a spirit of cooperation re evangelization and missions. 
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17 RUPPEL, A. Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1927.
Book Quarto 
RUPPEL, A. Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1927. Herausgegeben von A. Ruppel. Mainz, Verlag der Gutenberg-Gesellschaft, 1927, quarto.

Bound cream cloth spine with printed (vellum-like) paper over boards, rubbed and soiled, worn through paper at corners, otherwise contents clean and good condition. 270pp +(24)pp ads; many illustrations--some in color. Re the history of books & printing with 30 essays. 
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18 RUPPEL, A. Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1930.
1930 Book Quarto 
RUPPEL, A. Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1930. Herausgegeben von A. Ruppel. Mainz, Verlag der Gutenberg-Gesellschaft, 1930, quarto. Bound blue cloth spine with brownish-gray paper over boards, rubbed and soiled, worn through paper at corners, two corners bumped, otherwise contents clean and good condition. 358pp +(12)pp ads; many illustrations--some in color. Re the history of books & printing with 31 essays, including "Early Printing in America"by John Clyde Oswald and "The Westward Migration of the Printing Press in the United States 1786-1836" by Douglas C. McMurtie. 
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19 WALLACE Presbyterian Quarterly Review. Vols. 1-7, 9-10.
1853 PHILADELPHIA, PA 
WALLACE, BENJAMIN J., ed. The Presbyterian Quarterly Review. Vols. 1-7, 9-10. Benj. J. Wallace, Editor, Albert Barnes, Thomas Brainered, E.W. Gilbert, Joel Parker, Associate Editors. With the Assistance of Professors in the New York Union, Auburn and Lane Theological Seminaries. Philadelphia: Published for the Proprietor, By Willis P. Hazard, No. 178 Chestnut Street. New York: M.W. Dodd. 1853. Quarto. 9 vols. Vols. 1-7 are bound in dry leather covers with old brown library cloth over spine and onto covers, white library pen lettering on cloth. Vol. 1, cloth coming loose from spine, binding broken in middle, first few pages loose. Vol. 2, front cover detached, volume broken into two parts. Vol. 3, a little loose at hinges but cloth still holding. Vol. 4, book block separated from covers & spine cloth and broken into two pieces. Vol. 5. still together but starting to come apart at hinges. Vol. 6, front cover detached. Vol. 7, front cover detached and rear cover on the way. These 7 volumes need to be rebound. Vols. 9 & 10 are nicely and solidly bound in heavy library buckram with gilt on black title labels, cloth soiled, yellow floral design endpapers with green cloth hinge, good condition. All volumes with library tags & typical markings, light foxing but heavier on some endpapers. John Benjamin Wallace (1810-1862) Presbyterian minister, graduate of Princeton and best known as the editor of the Presbyterian Quarterly Review from 1852 until his death in July of 1862. "This was the most important labor of his life. Much of the interest of the Review was created by his own articles. In all his reviews of books and editorials there were an earnestness, a vivacity, and a freshness that made them readable, and some were marked by great eloquence and power. He wrote all the book-notices during the ten years of his editorial charge, and 
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