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Letters Of A Man Of God, W. B. Sississon Dec 1878

Letters Of A Man Of God, W. B. Sississon

ATS Digital Resources

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Lines: Suggested By Reading Clifford's Description Of Elysium May 1849

Lines: Suggested By Reading Clifford's Description Of Elysium

The Collegian

"Lines: Suggested by Reading Clifford's Description of Elysium" is a poem from The Collegian, a literary magazine published by the Belles Lettres and Union Philosophical Societies at Dickinson College in 1849.


The World Of Mystery Apr 1849

The World Of Mystery

The Collegian

"The World of Mystery" is an article from The Collegian, a literary magazine published by the Belles Lettres and Union Philosophical Societies at Dickinson College in 1849.


The Vanity And Glory Of Man, James H. Thornwell Dec 1841

The Vanity And Glory Of Man, James H. Thornwell

Rare Books

James Henley Thornwell preached this sermon on the occasion of the death of Benjamin R. Maybin, a member of the Freshman Class of South Carolina College on October 9, 1842. In it he encourages the students to eschew the vanity of earthly pursuits and place their hope and faith on the promise of God's eternal blessings. Thornwell based this sermon on the Scripture Job 14: 10.


Primitive Christianity, Theodore Parker, Paul Royster (Annotator) Dec 1841

Primitive Christianity, Theodore Parker, Paul Royster (Annotator)

Electronic Texts in American Studies

"Primitive Christianity was a very simple thing, apart from the individual errors connected with it; two great speculative maxims set forth its essential doctrines, “Love man,” and “Love God.” It had also two great practical maxims, which grew out of the speculative, “we that are strong ought to bear the burthens of the weak,” and “we must give good for evil.” These maxims lay at the bottom of the apostles’ minds, and the top of their hearts. These explain their conduct; account for their courage; give us the reason of their faith, their strength, their success. The proclaimers of these ...


Stephen A. Garrison Notes. Taken At The Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia. November 9th 1827. On Surgery, Dr. Mcclellan, Professor, Stephen A. Garrison Nov 1827

Stephen A. Garrison Notes. Taken At The Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia. November 9th 1827. On Surgery, Dr. Mcclellan, Professor, Stephen A. Garrison

Medical Student and Faculty Lecture Notes

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Two Sermons Upon The Doctrines, Character And Kingdom Of Christ, Alden Bradford Dec 1794

Two Sermons Upon The Doctrines, Character And Kingdom Of Christ, Alden Bradford

Maine History Documents

From the cover page: Two sermons upon the doctrines, character and kingdom of Christ : delivered in the first parish in Cambridge, December 28, 1794, by Alden Bradford, A.M., pastor of a Christian Society in Pownalborough. Published by request of the hearers, printed by Samuel Hall, No. 53, Cornhill, Boston.


The Manuscript Copy Of Sfera In The Morgan Library, Dana Hart May 1029

The Manuscript Copy Of Sfera In The Morgan Library, Dana Hart

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

This thesis explores the literary origins of the fifteenth century text Sfera, a rhyming Italian treatise by Gregorio Dati, and considers the patronage, creation, and function of the manuscript copy in the Morgan Library and Museum, focusing on the illustrated maps and cities.