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Edition: Second Edition, Revised and Somewhat Enlarged.
Book Number: 16671
[NEWMAN, LOUIS CHRISTIAN]. The Bible View of Slavery Reconsidered. A Letter to the Right Rev. Bishop Hopkins. Second Edition, Revised and Somewhat Enlarged. Philadelphia: Henry B. Ashmead, Book and Job Printer, Nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street. 1863. Octavo. $125.00 Pamphlet, two holes near spine from some previous binder, light very occasional foxing, otherwise clean and very good condition. Collation: 8 leaves. Pagination: (1) title, (1) dedication, -15pp, (1... View more info
Publisher: Redford's History of the Organization of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1st Edition, Nashville, 1871: 1871
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: "B. D. Dashell Brenham [TX] Sep. 1876.
Book Number: 17791
REDFORD, ALBERT HENRY. History of the Organization of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South By A. H. Redford, D.D. Nashville, Tenn.: Published by A.H. Redford, Agent, for the M.E. Church, South. 1871. 13.3 x 18.7cm. $65.00 "More than a quarter of century has elapsed since the organization of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The men who were prominent in the General Conference of 1844, the extrajudicial legislation of which body resulted in the divi... View more info
Book Number: 14155
STANGE, DOUGLAS C. Radicalism for Humanity, A Study of Lutheran Abolitionism. Saint Louis, Missouri, Oliver Slave, Limited (c1970) 12mo. Bound printed card covers, lightly soiled & rubbed, otherwise contents clean and good+ condition. x, 51pp; 4 b&w illustrations, bibliography. (Ecclesia American, Studies in American Church History, I). "A study of the Franckean Synod pastors of New York and abolition. With few exceptions they were the only abolitionists the Luthera... View more info
Book Number: 17069
WITHINGTON, LEONARD. Thanksgiving Sermon: Preached Nov. 28, 1850, at Newbury, First Parish. By Leonard Withington, Pastor of the First Church. We never seem to gain a paltry advantage over them--ie. the abolitionists--in debate, without attacking some of those principles, or deriding some of those feelings for which our ancestors have shed their blood.--Burke's Speech in conciliation of America. Newburyport: Charles Whipple. Boston: Perkins & Whipple. 1850. 12mo. ... View more info