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Book Number: 16004
The Methodist Almanac for the Year of our Lord 1852: Being Bissextile, or Leap Year, and the Seventy-Sixth of American Independence. [Illustration of moon] Comprising also a Summary view of Methodism Throughout the World, with other Ecclesiastical and National Statistics, Etc. New-York: Published by Lane & Scott, 200 Mulberry-street. Joseph Longking, Printer. 12mo. Bound subdued blue-yellow marbled cloth with light blue endpapers, blank paper label on front cover, gr... View more info
Publisher: Manuscript--A Clever roman à clé in the Style of the O.T. re a Church in Philadelphia, circa 1810 [Methodist? Episcopal?]: 1810
Book Number: 17782
ANONYMOUS. The Book of the Times or a History of the War. Understandest thou what thou readest? Philip. How can I except some men should guide me? Eunuch. A e i o u l m n r. Manuscript, one volume, 44 pages [Philadelphia area, circa 1810?] 16.8 x 19.9cm. $400.00 This is an exceedingly clever roman à clé done in the style of the Old Testament scripture. Divided into three "books" of multiple chapters, it documents the turbulent differences within a religio... View more info
By: BINNEY, AMOS
Book Number: 17199
Condition: rubbed & scuffed some, leather starting to split top 2cm of both hinges, corners bumped, just worn through leather at two corners, brown mark-off around edges of endpapers from leather turn-ins--extending into next several leaves, light to heavy foxing. Previous owner's name in old pen & pencil on front endpapers: "D. Boyd" and "Daniel Boyd's Book."
BINNEY, AMOS. The Theological Compend: Containing a System of Divinity, or A Brief View of the Evidences, Doctrines, Morals, and Institutions of Christianity. Designed for the Benefit of Families, Bible Classes, and Sunday Schools. By Amos Binney. I will show thee what is noted in the Scriptures of truth--Daniel x,21. Search the Scriptures.--John v,39. New-York: Published by Lane & Tippett, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, 200 Mulberry-street Joseph Longking, P... View more info
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Name written in old pen at top of front free endp
Book Number: 17927
History of the Church in Kentucky & especially "the Father of Presbyterianism in Kentucky," David Rice, Lexington, 1824. Nice Tree-calf, BISHOP, ROBERT H., comp. An Outline of the History of the Church in the State of Kentucky, During a Period of Forty Years: Containing the Memoirs of Rev. David Rice, and Sketches of the Origin and Present State of Particular Churches, and of the Lives and Labours of a Number of Men who were... View more info
Publisher: Carte-de-visite photo of Rev. Joseph Carson (Methodist) and his Wife Jane, circa 1865-70, Charlottesville, Va.: 1865-70
Book Number: 17801
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 ... View more info
Book Number: 17151
COOKE, JOHN ESTEN. An Essay on the Invalidity of Presbyterian Ordination. By John Esten Cooke, M.D. Lexington: Printed at the Reporter Office. 1829. Octavo. Bound brown cloth spine with tan paper over boards, hand lettered title on spine, cloth torn top of spine & front hinge with piece about 1 x 3cm lacking, cover soiled, light to medium foxing with heavier foxing in places, otherwise contents clean. Ownership inscription on top of title: "Mr. Clarkson 1830." Pag... View more info
Book Number: 15597
Condition: double horizontal fillet lines divide spine into 5 panels, worn through leather at corners, top front corner slightly mouse chewed, rubbed & scuffed some, light foxing except much heavier on endpapers and first and last leaves, scattered light dampstains throughout, lacks rear free endpaper and flyleaf.
DIEFENBACH, DANIEL. Der Sieg Jesu, in Einer Erklarung uber das Gottliche Geheimniss der Erlosung. Schildernd: I. Den wahren Zustand des menschlichen Geschlechts, vor, in und nach dem Sundenfalle. II. Den Plan, die Ausfuhrung, Annahme und Zueignung des Erlosungsweeerks unseres Heilandes. III. Die Natur und Sigenschaften des messianischen Reiches; nebst dessen alleserfullenden Grosse. Ein originelles Werk, mit vielen neuen Ideen vegleitet. Von Daniel Diesenbach. [4 ... View more info
By: DREW, SAMUEL
Publisher: Samuel Drew's Life of Thomas Coke, NY, 1847, Leather: 1847
Book Number: 17788
Condition: Bound full tree-calf with red title morocco title label. However, the book is bound upside down. Leather mostly split along rear hinge, rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at corners, library bookplate & pocket on front paste-down endpaper, light to medium foxing, scattered light damp stains
DREW, SAMUEL. The Life of the Rev. Thomas Coke, LL.D. Including in Detail His Various Travels and Extraordinary Missionary Exertions, in England, Ireland, America, and the West Indies: with an Account of His Death, May 3, 1814, while on a Missionary Voyage to the Island of Ceylon, in the East Indies. Interspersed with Numerous Reflections; and Concluding with an Abstract of His Writings and Character. By Samuel Drew, of St. Austell, Cornwall. [3 lines quote--Milton] ... View more info
By: EMORY, JOHN
Publisher: Two Titles by Bishop John Emory: Episcopal Controversy Reviewed, 1838; A Defence of "Our Fathers," 1840: 1838, 1840
Book Number: 17790
Condition: Bound full calf with about half of the red morocco title label remaining, leather splitting along hinges, top of spine chipped away, heavily rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at corners, large damp stains at beginning of books, smaller damp stains scattered throughout, light to medium foxing, endpapers and frontispiece with heavy foxing, pencil scribbling on rear endpapers, "Withdrawn" library stamp on front paste-down endpaper but no other library marks, previous owners names.
EMORY, JOHN. The Episcopal Controversy Reviewed. By John Emory, D.D. Late one of the Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Edited by His Son from an Unfinished Manuscript. New-York: Published by T. Mason and G. Lane, For the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Conference Office, 200 Mulberry-Street. J. Collord, Printer. 1838 (c1838). $45.00 Pagination: portrait of Emory facing title, (1) title, (1) copyright, [iii]-vi Preface by the editor, -183pp, (1)... View more info
By: GILLIES, JOHN.
Publisher: Gillies Life of George Whitefield, Boston, 1813. Leather: 1813
Edition: Fifth Edition. Revised and corrected, with large Additions and Improvements
Book Number: 17789
Condition: 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.
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 ... View more info
Book Number: 2270
HAMPTON, VERNON BOYCE, ed. Newark Conference Centennial History, 1857-1957. n.p., Meth. Publ. Hse. (c1957). Octavo. Paperback bound in blue card covers, spine sunned, printed on glossy paper. Pagination: 586pp, frontispiece, illustrations, charts. View more info
Book Number: 17222
HARRISON, WILLIAM P. Theophilus Walton; or, The Majesty of Truth. A Reply to Theodosia Ernest. By a Member of the Alabama Conference. "Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.""--Paul. Nashville, Tenn: Southern Methodist Publishing House. (c1858) 12mo. Bound publisher's brown cloth, spine faded, fraying at spine ends and corners, light foxing. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [iii]-iv contents, 5-408pp. William P. Harrison was a Georgia... View more info
By: JACKSON, THOMAS
Book Number: 10941
Re: the Expulsion of the "Fly-Sheet" writers from the Conference, London, 1849 JACKSON, THOMAS. Wesleyan Conference, it Duties and Responsibilities: with A Vindication of Its Recent Acts of Discipline. London, John Mason, 1849.Pamphlet, lacking wrapper, title soiled some, light foxing. 71pp. Jackson was president of the conference. The pamphlet concerns the expulsion of the "Fly-Sheet" writers from the conference.(1... View more info
By: JACKSON, THOMAS.
Book Number: 17459
JACKSON, THOMAS. The Life of the Rev. Robert Newton, D.D. By Thomas Jackson. [5 lines scripture]--1 Cor. xv.,10,11. Revised by Thomas O. Summers. Nashville, Tenn.: Published by E. Stevenson & F.A. Owen, Agents, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 1855. (Stereotyped and Printed by A.A. Stitt, Southern Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tenn.) 12mo, 13.4 x 20cm. Bound publisher's embossed dark brown cloth, fraying at top of spine and along edges of spine ... View more info
By: LAMSON, BYRON S.
Book Number: 2303
LAMSON, BYRON S. Venture! The Frontiers of Free Methodism. Winona Lake, IN, Light & Life Press (c1960) Octavo. Bound maroon cloth with gold on black lettering on spine, no dust jacket, corners bumped, small gouge in top edge of rear cover with tear in cloth, rubbed & scuffed some, spine with light soiling, otherwise good condition. Pagination: 287pp index, illustrations, maps on endpapers. Jones: Guide to the Study of the Holiness Movement #2721. A... View more info
Edition: 1st Edition
Book Number: 17929
Ten Years of Methodist Missions in Oregon 1834-44, New York, 1844, With Folding Map, 1st Edition LEE, DANIEL, & JOSEPH H. FROST. Ten Years in Oregon. By D. Lee and J.H. Frost, Late of the Oregon Mission of the Methodist Episcopal Church. [Engr. of "The Albatross."] New-York: Published for the Authors: 200 Mulberry-Street. J. Collord, Printer. 1844. 12mo. 11.7 x 18.3 x 2.7cm(binding), 11.1 x 17.7 x 2.1cm(book block). $525.... View more info
By: LEE, LEROY M.
Book Number: 16228
Condition: .5 cm of spine ends chipped away, worn through cloth at corners, rubbed & scuffed, a few small scattered chips out of cloth, bright yellow endpapers, medium foxing with some pages of heavier foxing.
LEE, LEROY M. The Life and Times of the Rev. Jesse Lee. By LeRoy M. Lee, D.D. Louisville, Ky.: Published by John Early, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1848. Octavo. Bound publisher's brown cloth, .5 cm of spine ends chipped away, worn through cloth at corners, rubbed & scuffed, a few small scattered chips out of cloth, bright yellow endpapers, medium foxing with some pages of heavier foxing. Collation: 8 leaves, B-Z8, Aa-Ii8, Kk4, last le... View more info
By: LEE, LEROY M.
Book Number: 16560
LEE, LEROY M. The Great Supper Not Calvinistic: Being a Reply to the Rev. Dr. Fairchild's Discourses on the Parable of the Great Supper. By Leroy M. Lee, D.D. Edited by Thomas O. Summers, D.D. Nashville, Tenn.: Published by E. Stevenson & F. A. Owen, Agents, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 1856. 10.2 x 15.4cm. $50.00 Bound publisher's brown cloth with gilt spine but the cloth covering the covers is severely damaged by insects--i.e. many sma... View more info
Publisher: Methodists Against the Campbellites & Baptists on Immersion, Nashville, TN, 2nd Printing, 1857: 1857
Edition: 2nd Printing
Book Number: 17786
Condition: Bound original blind stamped publisher's cloth, faded gilt decoration on spine, covers with spots lacking from cloth--probably insect damage--worse on the rear cover, spine ends chipped away, worn through cloth at corners, yellow endpaper with some foxing, contents with medium foxing throughout
LEE, NATHANIEL H. Immersionists Against the Bible; or, the Babel Builder Confounded, In an Exposition of the Origin, Design, Tactics, and Progress of the New Version Movement of Campbellites and other Baptists. By the Rev. N. H. Lee, of the Louisville Conference. Edited by Thomas O. Summers, D.D. Nashville, Tenn: Published by E. Stevenson & F. A. Owen, Agents, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 1857. 10.1 x 15.5cm. $65.00 Nathaniel H. Lee (died ... View more info
Publisher: Biographies of Methodist Bishops: 1948
Book Number: 9535
Condition: Bound red cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover, lightly rubbed, contents clean, good+ cond.
LEETE, FREDERICK DeLAND. Methodist Bishops, Personal Notes and Bibliography with Quotations from Unpublished Writings and Reminiscences. Nashville, Tenn., Parthenon Press. (c1948) Thick octavo. Bound red cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover, lightly rubbed, contents clean, good+ cond. Pagination: frontispiece, 457pp. Includes illustrations, facsimiles, index, good+ cond. Rowe: Methodist Union Catalog #L1257.(9535) View more info