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1883 by Baptist Tract and BookSociety .
Written in English
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. In Baptist Worthies: A Series of Sketches of Distinguished Men Who Have Held and Advocated the Principles of The Baptist Denomination. London: Baptist Tract. A Source for Original Baptist Documents.
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London: Baptist Tract and Book Society, ; Pp. *_____. "Robert Hall, The Preacher." In Baptist Worthies: A Series of Sketches of Distinguished Men Who Have Held and Advocated the Principles of The Baptist Denomination. London: Baptist Tract and Book Society, ; Pp. Laws, Gilbert.
Andrew Fuller: Pastor, Theologian. 'It is a melancholy reflection to look back on so many great families as have formerly adorned the county of Cornwall, and are now no more: the Grenvilles, the Arundells, Carminows, Champernons, Bodrugans, Mohuns, Killegrews, Bevilles, Trevarions, which had great sway and possessions in these parts.
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Full text of "Wakefield Worthies: Or, Biographical Sketches of Men of Note Connected " See other formats. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: Cornish Worthies, Volume 2 (of 2) Sketches of Some Eminent Cornish Men and Women Author: Walter H.
Tregellas Release Date: August 8, [EBook #] Language: English Character set. The challenge of to-day; the message of the first state convention of Methodist men held at Columbus, Ohio, Ma18,19, (New York, Cincinnati, The Methodist book concern, [c]), by Ohio) Ohio Convention of Methodist Men (1st: Columbus and William Franklin Anderson (page images at HathiTrust).
[The following biographical sketches of that excellent man who is the object of them, have been selected from two funeral sermons, which were preached soon after his decease; the one by Dr.
Richard Furman, his successor in the pastoral care of the Baptist church, in Charleston (S.C.) and the other by Dr. William Rogers, of Philadelphia. Revival Sketches and Manual in two parts - Heman Humphrey. Among the Puritan worthies was Blackerby, whose memoirs were blessed in kindling to higher Christian zeal the eminent Andrew Fuller, who was a leading spirit in establishing the monthly concert of prayer for foreign missions, and planting at Serampore the first of modern missions to.
The American translators of Prof. Hase's book, who have prepared for it by his permission, an account of religion in this country, have treated the Baptists of America but a little, if any, better than historians treated the Anabaptists of Germany, and if we are to be ashamed of them on account of their history, written by enemies, we must be.
missouri baptist biography. a series of life-sketches indicating the growth and prosperity of the baptist churches as represented in the lives and labors of eminent men and women in missouri prepared at the request of the missouri baptist historical society.
by j. maple, a.m., r.p. rider, i. Worthies of the world, a series of historical and critical sketches of the lives, actions, and characters of great and eminent men of all countries and times (London, Ward, Lock and Co., ), by H.
Dulcken (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Distinguished men of modern times. The wonderful book sketches with almost breathless sweep the electrically charged zone of the French Revolution.
For Freemasonry in France, like the progress of the Craft in American Colonial days, was a school of patriotism. Freemasonry of the French and American Revolution was neither watery nor apologetic.
missouri baptist biography volume 1. a series of life-sketches indicating the growth and prosperity of the baptist churches as represented in the lives and labors of eminent men and women in missouri prepared at the request of the missouri baptist historical society. by j. maple, a.m., r.p. rider, i.
These worthy young men have turned their attention to their Baptist brethren in America for assistance, and they are making exertions to afford it.
I am not sure but other missionaries besides those we have named, have been sent to India by the society in England. But these are all of which I have gained any information. Some of them have died. Christ could not have warned men so frequently and earnestly as he did, had he known there is no future peril.' This book will have a profoundly sobering effect on its readers; but its lasting impression will be to cause a new concern for men and women without Christ, and undying gratitude for 'Jesus, who delivers us from the wrath to come'.
Finally, in we put the two volumes together in one volume so people can have all 77 Sketches in a single book. In addition we have also reprinted The Life and Sermons of Ichabod Spencer which means that all five of his volumes are now available again for the first time in more than years.
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With a Memoir of the Author. (spine) Sketches of Places and People Abroad. Wells Brown. p., ill. Boston John P. Jewett and Company. Cleveland, Ohio Jewett, Proctor & Worthington New York Sheldon, Lamport, & Blakeman.
A book entitled Life in Feejee, or Five Years Among the Cannibals, by a Lady, is said to have been written many years ago by a Mary Wallis, the wife of a sea captain who sailed from New Bedford. Whether Mrs. Wallis was a New Bedford woman or not I have not been able to determine, but the book itself is regarded by those conversant with life in.
To these persons, who were probably a branch of the Charleston church, Mr. Bedgewood administered the Lord's Supper, the first Baptist communion ever held in the province.
Stirk, having lost his wife while at the Orphan House, married the mother of the late Rev. Thomas Polhill, of Newington, in the vicinity of Goshen, eighteen miles above.
Lilly, the eminent grammarian, the friend of Erasmus and Sir Thomas More, was the first master of St. Paul's, and ''Lilly's Grammar" is used to this day in the school; the English rudiments were written by Colet, the preface to the first edition probably by Cardinal Wolsey the Latin syntax chiefly by Erasmus, and the remainder by Lilly thus.
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Outstanding book by six of the leading ministers of the Gospel consisting of a series of practical papers on the influence, temptations, responsibilities, enterprise, and principles of action of men of business, originally published in New York in the late 's. James W.
Alexander: The Young Man of Business Cheered and Counseled. A meeting was held Octoin the rooms on Water Street, and Hon. Milton Read of Fall River gave an address on “Men I Have Known.” This was an extemporaneous discourse and Mr.
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Ellis Sandoz, Political Sermons of the American Founding Era. Vol. 2 () . Of this translation only the fragments about John the Baptist and Jesus have beell preserved.4 The invasion of South Slavonic territory by -the Unitarian.
The many clouds that have been thrown around the history of the First African Baptist Church of Savannah by designing men to rob this time-hallowed church of her pristine honor and present glory, makes it necessary to set in order the facts connected with the history of the several negro Baptist churches in Savannah, that the unfairness of the First Bryan Baptist Church, formerly.
UNITED STATES, Literature of the. The literary history of the United States may be treated under three distinctly marked periods, viz.: a colonial or ante-revolutionary period (), during which the literature of the country was closely assimilated in form and character to that of England; a first American period (), which witnessed the.
Charles Bigg [–], Wayside Sketches in Ecclesiastical History. Nine Lectures with Notes and Preface. London: Longmans, Green & Co., Hbk.
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The farewell services of the meeting of the Sunday school were held in the old church May 5,and the last preaching service was held Sunday, A. M., when a union meeting of the Sunday school and church was held, after which services were held in the opera house until the completion of the new church building.
This book contained the history of Mississippi in all of its varied make up, together with many Biographical sketches of prominent men in the State.
One of the features of this book of "Memoirs" was the Religious feature of the State, and among the various religious organizations was a write up of the Christian Church, prepared by the editor of. No excuse, however, is needed for adding Sketches of the late Dr.
McCrie, Dr. Goold, and Dr. Rainy, considering their peculiar relations, as representative men and otherwise, to the Church of the Disruption. The Publisher has introduced in this edition an entirely new series of Portraits, for the most part produced by a highly accomplished Artist.
No. 4 is a sketch of the life of Rev. Barton W. Stone, a scholar and religious teacher who advocated that the Bible is the book of life, and the only rule of faith and practice necessary for a Christian, as over against any formulated creed.
No. 5 combines sketches of Elias Smith, publisher, and Horace Mann, educator. .Full text of "Memoirs of the life of David Rittenhouse, LLD.
F.R.S., late president of the American philosophical society, &c. interspersed with various notices of many distinguished men: with an appendix, containing sundry philosophical and other papers, most of which have not hitherto been published" See other formats.- The Book of Bristol Genius: A celebration of achievements past, present and future; - Bristol and Transatlantic Slavery; - Cabot Circus Cantata; - The Matthew of Bristol; - We Have Our Lives: The lives of some of the men from the Diocese of Bristol who fought and died in the First World War.