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Interesting Correspondence Between the Rev. John Johnson Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in Newburgh, State of New-York, and Miss Elizabeth Hone, Relative to the Change in Her Opinions, which Occasioned her Dismissal from His Church. Second Edition. [2 lines]

By: JOHNSTON, JOHN & ELIZABETH JONES.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: 1817 1817

Item Number: 13676


"JOHNSTON, JOHN & ELIZABETH JONES. An Interesting Correspondence Between the Rev. John Johnson Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in Newburgh, State of New-York, and Miss Elizabeth Hone, Relative to the Change in Her Opinions, which Occasioned her Dismissal from His Church. Second Edition. [2 lines] Philadelphia: Printed at Whitehall. 1817. Octavo. $45.00 Pamphlet, untrimmed page edges and some uncut, first and last leaves lightly soiled, light foxing. ... View more info

Re-thinking Religious Liberalism. By Rufus M. Jones. The Fourth Unification Address on the Arthur Emmons Pearson Foundation.

By: JONES, RUFUS M.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Boston:, Beacon Press: 1935 1935

Item Number: 16116


"JONES, RUFUS M. Re-thinking Religious Liberalism. By Rufus M. Jones. The Fourth Unification Address on the Arthur Emmons Pearson Foundation. 1935. The Beacon Press, Inc. Boston. (Second printing, July, 1935) [first printing was Jan. 1935] $20.00 Bound gray-cream cloth with brown lettering on spine and front cover rubbed at edges, browned a bit along top edges of covers, previous owner's name stamp on endpapers, blue & gray dust jacket with small tears and c... View more info

The History of the Christian Church, from the Birth of Christ to the Eighteenth Century, Including the Very Interesting Account of the Waldenses and Albigenses. Two Volumes in one. By William Jones, Author of the Biblical Cyclopædia and other Works. Third American from the 4th London edition.

By: JONES, WILLIAM.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Published by Ephraim A. Smith. Louisville:, Printed by Norwood & Palmer, Book and Job Printers.: 1831 1831

Item Number: 17023


"William Jones(1762-1846) born in county of Denbigh in Wales, when young removed to Poulton, England; baptized in the river Dee by Rev. Archibald McLean of Edinburgh, Oct. 1786. ""In 1793 he established himself in Liverpool as a wholesale bookseller and publisher. In that city he began to hold meetings in his own spacious drawing-room, at first for his own family, for prayer, praise, reading the Scriptures, exhortation, and exposition. These assemblies wer... View more info