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1 (Dymond, Jonathan) Popular Amusements. From the Writings of Jonathan Dymond
Philadelphia The Tract Association of Friends no Pamphlet Good 
no date, presumed mid 1800s. Pamphlet, disbound from a larger work. No. 20 on the lower front page. 4 pages. A short piece speaking out against various amusements, or pastimes, focusing primarily on the theater. This includes pointing out the licentiousness of actors and actresses and the general role theater plays in moral depravity. Also mentioned are masquerade balls and field sports-primarily horse racing and the gambling on it. GOOD condition. Heavy foxing and browning to the piece. Spine edge a bit rough. 
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2 A.L.O.E Missing Links in Jewish History
American Baptist Publication Society 1864 Hard Cover Good No Jacket 
Moderate to heavy soiling to covers, with some white and dark spots and residue (appears to be paint and a hard substance. Both instances are rather small). Moderate scuffing to the boards. most noticeable along the extremities. Spine pulled with some fabric loss. Corners bumped and frayed. Heavy rubbing to the extremities. Spine fading. Bookplate present on inner front cover from a Sunday school. Minor soiling to the pages with sporadic minor to moderate foxing. Binding is loose and just cracking, but still intact. Slight smoke odor to the book when opened. Still a very readable book in GOOD condition. 
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3 Addison, Joseph The Evidences of Christian Religion, with Additional Discourses. Collected from the writings of the Right Hon. Joseph Addison. Johnson's Edition
Philadelphia Robert Johnson, Publisher 1805 no Full Leather Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Full calf leather. 254 pp. A collection of theological writings on various subjects, including God, against atheism, against modern free thinkers, the immortality of the soul and a future state, etc. Joseph Addison was an 18th century English essayist and playwright, perhaps best known for co-founding the Spectator magazine. GOOD condition, ex-theological institution library. Spine label, minor stamping and interior blindstamps present. Minor soiling, fading and scuffing. Extremities and hinges rather scuffed and worn. Paper toned, with heavy browning to the fore edge margin of the first few pages. Ownership signature present. Minor scattered foxing. 
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Johann Arndts sechs Bucher vom wahren Christenthum : welche handeln von heilsamer Busse, herzlicher Reue und Leid u?ber die Su?nde und wahrem Glauben...;nebst beigefugtem Lebenslauf des sel. herrn Autors, ingleichen kurzen Gebeten nach jedem Kapitel..., Arndt, Johann
4 Arndt, Johann Johann Arndts sechs Bucher vom wahren Christenthum : welche handeln von heilsamer Busse, herzlicher Reue und Leid u?ber die Su?nde und wahrem Glauben...;nebst beigefugtem Lebenslauf des sel. herrn Autors, ingleichen kurzen Gebeten nach jedem Kapitel...
Reutlingen Druck und Verlag der B.G. Kurtz 1840 no Vellum Good No Jacket 
Vellum, with two flexible leather clasp like tabs on the side. 818, 80, 216 pp. With a few full page illustrations throughout, including a depiction of a camera obscura. All text in German. A collection of several writings by Arndt, including his popular 'True Christianity' that explores the 'mystical union between believer and Christ,' (Wikipedia), while correcting some aspects of reformation theology (also from Wikipedia). Johann Arndt was a 16th century German theologian, writing on many aspects of Christianity, with his work being republished often after his death. GOOD condition. Minor to moderate soiling and scattered staining/discoloration to the covers. Vellum rather toned in general. Extremities bumped and scuffed. Endpapers soiled, with some staining. Ownership signature present. General toning and minor scattered soiling to the text block. 
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5 Bayssiere, Peter Conversion of Peter Bayssiere; from the Romish Church to the Protestant Faith. In a Letter to his Children. Translated from the French
New York American Tract Society no Pamphlet Good 
Wraps, with a small illustration on the front cover. 28 pp., plus 3 pages of text on the wraps. No. 251 in the tracts published by the American Tract Society. A religious work attesting to the author's conversion from Catholicism to Protestantism, citing false beliefs within the Romish church and his belief in the divine origin of the New Testament, among other reasons. GOOD condition. Wrappers sewn along the side, using old printed paper as the backstrip of the spine. Moderate browning. Wrappers with heavy chipping, tearing and loss along the extremities, with the corners rounded and curled over (affecting all pages in the pamphlet). Mostly minor soiling. Some faint notations in ink to the upper front cover. Scattered soiling minor staining and foxing throughout. 
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6 Bragg, R. The Life and Death of the Godly Man, Exemplified in a Sermon Preached Nov. 12. 1676, at the Funeral of That Pious and Faithful Minister of Christ, Mr. Thomas Wadsworth
London Printed for Dorman Newman at the King's Arms in the Poulttrey 1677 no Pamphlet Good 
Pamphlet, whole unto itself, but appearing disbound from a book at some point. [8], 32. Collated and complete. A funeral sermon accompanied by an unattributed poem titled An Elegy Upon the Death of Mr. Thomas Wadsworth. Remains of leather binding along its left edge. Sewn binding. In GOOD condition. Moderate darkening, with heavier darkening along the extremities. Some soiling and minor wear along the extremities. Faint dampstain present in the upper margin of the pages. General darkening to the interior with some scattered foxing.[ESTC R35339, Wing B4204] 
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Commentarius in Epistolam ad Hebraeos cum Indicibus locupletissimis, quibusdam Tabulis Aeneis Elegantissimis, Braun, Johannes
7 Braun, Johannes Commentarius in Epistolam ad Hebraeos cum Indicibus locupletissimis, quibusdam Tabulis Aeneis Elegantissimis
Amsterdam Henrici and Viduae Theodori Boom 1705 no Half Leather Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Light brown paper covered boards with leather spine and corners. *-***4, ****2, 1-971, gggggg2-4, hhhhhh-pppppp 4, qqqqqq2. With five engravings. Text primarily in Latin, with a few passages in Hebrew and Greek. Primarily a religious, historical and theological discussion/commentary on the Hebrew Epistles, with a vocabulary. Accompanied by five illustrations that depict sacrificial knives, a lamb being sacrificed, a fold out map of upper Egypt, the Sinai peninsula and lower Israel, a man being burned on a stake, and another being beaten. GOOD condition, ex-library, from a theological institution. Spine label, bookplate and a few minor interior markings present. Covers darkened and soiled, with some spotting and staining. Leather missing from the head of the spine, with heavy scuffing and some splitting along the hinges. Lengthy notes in pencil to a blank front endpaper. Minor scattered underlining in ink to a few pages. 
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8 Brigham, Charles T. et al Old and New. May 1870.
Boston H.O. Houghton and Company 1870 no Wraps Good 
Blue printed wraps. Pagination runs 577-720, plus ads in the rear. A single issue of this general interest magazine featuring essays on art, religion, the Tartar legends, literature, etc. Of note is an anti-Mormon essay by Charles T. Brigham titled 'The Mormon Problem,' which ponders the Pacific Railway and its potential to expose the population of the United States traveling West to the Mormon settlement at Salt Lake City, discussing the growth of this settlement in juxtaposition to the practice of polygamy and the teachings of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. GOOD condition. Minor foxing, spotting and staining to the covers. Some browning, mostly along the spine and extremities. Chipping and creasing at the spine tips and corners. Minor toning to the text block. 
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9 Bruch, Johann Weisheits-Lehre der Hebraer. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Philosophie.
Strasburg Verlag von Treuttel und Wurtz 1851 no Quarter Leather Good Ex-Library 
Marbled boards with a leather spine. xviii, 390 pp. All text in German. An examination of wisdom teachings of the Hebrews, drawing on Biblical and other sources, as well as considering their implications in the history of philosophy. Johann Bruch was a 19th century German theologian. GOOD condition, ex-theological institution library. Spine label, interior pastedowns, stampings and markings present. Mostly minor scuffing, fading and edgewear to the covers. Minor toning and foxing in the interior. 
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The Sentiments of Philo Judeus Concerning the Logos, or Word of God; together with Large extracts from his Writings Compared with the Scriptures on Many Other Particular and Essential Doctrines of the Christian Religion, Bryant, Jacob
10 Bryant, Jacob The Sentiments of Philo Judeus Concerning the Logos, or Word of God; together with Large extracts from his Writings Compared with the Scriptures on Many Other Particular and Essential Doctrines of the Christian Religion
Cambridge Printed by John Burges 1797 no Hard Cover Poor 
Quarter leather with marbled boards. Vii, 290 pp. A study of the work of Philo Judaeus (Judeus) and his interpretation of Logos or the word of God and its philosophical impact on man and the Hebrew and Christian religions. Jacob Bryant was a British scholar and mythographer, arguing that all mythology derived from Hebrew scriptures, with Greek mythology originating among the Egyptians (Wikipedia). POOR/FAIR condition. Ex-theological institution library. Spine label, bookplate and interior markings present. Both covers DETACHED, along the with rear blank endpaper. Heavy chipping, scuffing and loss to the leather along the hinges, spine and corners, with the lower corners missing from both covers. Moderate scuffing, general fading and minor soiling to the covers. Text block intact and solid. Previous owner's extensive notes in ink on the first few pages. 
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Remarks Upon Paul's and Barnabas's dispute and separation. A Discourse delivered in the Congregational Church and Society in Hampton, March 2d, 1796. A day devoted by them to fasting and prayer. Published by desire of the Hearers, Buckminster, Joseph
11 Buckminster, Joseph Remarks Upon Paul's and Barnabas's dispute and separation. A Discourse delivered in the Congregational Church and Society in Hampton, March 2d, 1796. A day devoted by them to fasting and prayer. Published by desire of the Hearers
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A. Printed by John Melcher, and for sale at his Office 1796 no First Edition Original Wraps Good 
Side-sewn pamphlet. 19 pages including a front wrap with a partial title. A religious sermon. Buckminster was a Yale educated minister, eventually moving to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He was the father of Joseph Stevens Buckminster, a noted Unitarian minister. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Light creasing and edgewear with minor insect damage to the lower right corner of the front wrap. Minor scattered soiling and staining in the interior. Several pages cropped close along the bottom margin, with loss of the footer to a few of the pages. Evans 30133. 
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Institutiones Theologiae Dogmaticae Variis Observationibus Illustratae, Buddeus, Johann Franz (Buddei, Io. Francisci.)
12 Buddeus, Johann Franz (Buddei, Io. Francisci.) Institutiones Theologiae Dogmaticae Variis Observationibus Illustratae
Frankfurt and Leipzig No publisher/printer Given 1741 no Full Leather Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Full leather with five raised bands and gilt decorated compartments on the spine. (10), 1320, (20) pp. With a frontispiece portrait and illustrated headpiece. All text in Latin. A lengthy piece of theology, touching on various theological beliefs and theories, primarily relating to Christianity. This includes chapters on Jesus Christ and his role in theological concepts, etc. Johann Franz Buddeus was a German theologian and philosopher, being a moderate Lutheran (Wikipedia). GOOD condition, ex-theological library. Spine label, pastedown and some stamping in the interior. Minor bumping, scuffing and edgewear, heavier to the corners and lower spine. Leather missing from the head of the spine. Some ink notes on the first pages and inside cover (partially covered with the library plate). Frontispiece DETACHED and laid in, with some chipping/tearing along its edges. Scattered foxing throughout. Some pages heavily browned, with general browning throughout. 
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13 Burton, Asa Essays on Some of the First Principles of Metaphysicks, Ethicks and Theology
Portland Arthur Shirley 1824 no Full Leather Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Full calf leather. 414 pp. A collection of philosophical and theological writings including discussions of the mind, will, liberty, morals, appetites, etc. Asa Burton was an American clergyman and teacher during the late 1700s, early 1800s, primarily in the Vermont area. GOOD condition, ex-theological institution library. Small spine labels, barcode sticker and bookplate present, with a few markings in pencil to the first few pages. Heavy scuffing along the extremities and hinges. Minor soiling. Several deep scuffs/scrapes to the rear cover. Interior solid, with scattered minor to moderate foxing throughout. Paper browned. 
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14 Canonicus (Shedd, William?). Letters to the Rev. William E. Channing, D.D. on the Existence and Agency of Fallen Spirits.
Boston T.R. Marvin, Publisher 1828 no Hard Cover Good No Jacket 
Paper covered boards with a cloth binding. 156 pp. Attributed by Sabin to William Shedd. A collection of letters asserting the proof of Satan, fallen spirits and their actions in the world, drawing on scriptural sources. William Ellery Channing, to whom these letters were addressed, was an American Unitarian preacher, whose philosophy/thought influenced the later Transcendentalist movement. GOOD condition. Ex-library with pocket, pastedowns, minor interior stamping and spine label present. Moderate scuffing and fading to the covers. Minor soiling. Faint damp/drip stain to the front cover. Extremities bumped, scuffed and worn. Cloth very worn on the spine. Former owner's bookplate present (Daniel Sharp, perhaps the Massachusetts clergyman and one of the founders of the Newton Theological Institution). Minor foxing in the interior. Sabin 80070. 
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15 Clarke, Adam et al. A Letter to a Preacher, on his Entrance into the Work of the Ministry and Others. Bound Volume of Religious Pamphlets from the 19th Century
Various Places Various Publishers no Hard Cover Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Clarke, Adam. A Letter to a Preacher, on his Entrance into the Work of the Ministry; Containing Observations on the most Important Subjects Connected with the Proper Discharge of the Ministerial Office (...). Printed for Joseph Butterworth and Son. London: 1819. Stated fourth edition. Pamphlet. 70 pp. Bound with: Stanford, John. The Utility of Learning to a Young Minister Considered; In a Discourse Delivered at the Meeting-House in Fayette Street, June 14, 1814. Published for the benefit of the Society. New York: 1814. Pamphlet. 31 pp. Bound with: Chapin, Stephen. Ministerial Zeal. A Sermon delivered at Waterville, August 15, 1820, Before the Maine Baptist Education Society. Printed at the Argus Office. Portland: 1820. Pamphlet. 34 pp. Bound with: Steadman, William. The Able Minister; A sermon, the substance of which was delivered at Bradford, Yorkshire, August 3, 1825, Being the Annual Meeting of the Northern Baptist Education Society. Wightman and Cramp, Publisher. London: no date, presumed circa 1825. Pamphlet. v, 35 pp. Bound with: Babcock, Rufus. The Claims of Education Societies; Especially on the Young Men of our Country. A Sermon, delivered in the First Baptist Meeting House in Boston, on the Evening of November 8, 1829. William Collier. Boston: no date, presumed circa 1829. Pamphlet. 24 pp. Bound with: Knowles, James D. Importance of Theological Institutions. An Address, delivered before the Trustees, Students and Friends of the Newton Theological Institution, November 14, 1832. Lincoln and Edmands. Boston: 1832. Pamphlet. 24 pp. Bound with: Ripley, H.J. Hints on the Promotion of Piety in Ministers of the Gospel: read before the Conference of Baptist Ministers in Massachusetts, at their annual meeting in Boston. May 29, 1832. Lincoln and Edmands. Boston: 1832. Pamphlet. 12 pp. Williams, William R. Literary Culture Increasing the Power of the Christian Ministry. A Discourse, delivered before the Hudson River Baptist Association on the Evening of Tuesday, June 17, 1834. Moore and Payne. New York: 1835. Pamphlet. 30 pp. Hooper, William. Inaugural Discourse, Delivered Before the Board of Trustees, of the Furman Institution, at their Meeting, May 20th, 1838. William Riley. Charleston, SC: 1838. Pamphlet. 25 pp. Bound with. Baker, Jos. S. Calls to Ministerial Improvement: A Sermon; Delivered before the Baptist Education Society of Virginia, at its Annual Meeting, June 3, 1837. Wm. Sands. Richmond, VA: 1837. Pamphlet. 14 pp. Paper very browned. Bound with: Reynolds, J.L. Inaugural Discourse delivered before the Board of Trustees of the Furman Institution. At their annual meeting, December 11, 1841. I.C. Morgan, printer. Columbia, SC: 1842. Pamphlet. 20 pp. Bound with: No author given. The College Conference. Papers on the Education of the Christian Ministry: Read before a conference held at the Baptist Mission-House, Moorgate-Street, April 23 and 24 1846. John Hasler, Printer. London: 1846. Pamphlet. 31 pp. Bound with: Upham, James. Theological Education. An Inaugural Address delivered before the Trustees, Overseers and Friends of the New Hampton Institution, December 17, 1845. Press off Asa McFarland. Concord: 1846. Pamphlet. 31 pp. Bound with: Champlin, J.T. Apollos, or the Preacher. A Sermon Preached before the Maine Baptist Convention, Holden at Brunswick, June 16, 1846. Charles Day and Co., Printer. Portland: 1846. Pamphlet. 32 pp. Bound with: Smith, Eli B. Minister, Examples to Believers. A Sermon Preached before the Graduating Class of the New Hampton Theological Institution, August 15, 1847. Damrell and Moore, Printer. Boston: 1847. Pamphlet. 23 pp. Bound with: New, Isaac. Effective Preaching. A Sermon delivered to the students of Horton College. B.L. Green. London: 1849. Pamphlet. Printed on light blue paper. 45 pp. Bound with: James, John Angell. Affectionate Counsels to Students of Theology, on Leaving College and Also to Young Ministers (...). Hamilton, Adams and Co. London: 1849. Pamphlet. 48 pp. Bound with: Park, Edwards A. The Utility of Collegiate and Professional Schools. An Address in behalf of the Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education in the West. Warren F. Draper, Publisher. Andover: 1850. Pamphlet. 28 pp., including a 2 page publisher's prospectus. Bound with: Smith, E.B. An Address delivered before the Vermont and New Hampshire Baptist State Conventions, October, 1851. J.M. Hewes and Co. Boston: 1851. Pamphlet. 28 pp. Bound with: No author given. Formation of a Theological Institution by the Baptists of Canada ; together with the correspondence in relation to the same. Holman, Gray and Co., printers. New York: 1853. Pamphlet. 45 pp. All bound in marbled boards. Lacking any original wraps issued. A collection of miscellaneous religious tracts relating to Baptists, theological and theological teaching and institutions, as well as advice to ministers, etc. GOOD condition, ex-library. Green library tape on the spine, with library title label and call numbers present. Date due paper in the rear, with minor scattered stamping and markings throughout. Minor soiling, fading and scuffing. Old piece of tape to the front and rear cover. Extremities bumped and scuffed. Leather corners worn away. Interior hinges reinforced with white cloth tape. Scattered foxing and miner soiling throughout. Names of each tract handwritten on the first endpapers. 
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The Works of Samuel Clarke, D.D. Late Rector of St. James's Westminster. In Four Volumes., Clarke, Samuel
16 Clarke, Samuel The Works of Samuel Clarke, D.D. Late Rector of St. James's Westminster. In Four Volumes.
London Printed for John and Paul Knapton 1738 no Full Leather Fair No Jacket Ex-Library 
Folios. Full leather. xxiv, 728; (10), 758, (30); (10), 926; (10), xiv, 740 pp. With a frontis portrait in volume 1. A posthumously published collection of the works of Samuel Clarke, including various sermons, essays on various religious and philosophical matters, etc. Also included are his correspondences with Gottfried Leibniz, as well as his essay concerning the controversy relating to 'the Proportion of Force to Velocity in Bodies in Motion.' Both of these see Clarke elaborate on and defend the views of Sir Isaac Newton, asserting the truth of his principles within a religious framework. Samuel Clarke was an important English philosopher and clergyman of the late 17th and early 18th centuries. He translated some of Newton's work into Latin and in general held to various Newtonian beliefs, often defending them in various essays. While his views sometimes subjected him to controversy, he was able to hold his position in the English church (see Wikipedia, the Dictionary of National Biography and other sources). FAIR condition. Ex-theological library. Small bookplates and minor stamping/markings to each book in the interior. Minor to moderate scuffing, uneven darkening and some staining to each of the volumes. Leather very darkened and brittle along the spine, flaking, chipping and deteriorating to various degrees, especially along the hinges, which are cracked and worn. The front covers on each volume are separating, all rather tenuously attached, with the rear covers loosening but a bit stronger. Front endpapers DETACHED in each volume, with a rear endpaper detached in volume 4. Text blocks solid, with minor scattered foxing and spotting. Some soiling to several pages at the rear of the volumes. 
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17 Coughlin, Chas. E. Father Coughlin's Radio Discourses. 1931-1932
Royal Oak, MI The Radio League of the Little Flower, Publisher 1932 no First Edition Original Wraps Fair 
Light green wraps. 239 pages. With a typewritten letter from Coughlin laid in, SIGNED by Father Coughlin. The letter, with The Little Flower masthead concerns the book and the fact that whomever the letter was addressed to would be unable to hear Coughlin on the radio. Folded into six rectangles, the upper left rectangle of the letter is MISSING, where it is presumed the recipient's name would have been. The first part of the letter on this rectangle is also missing. The book is a collection of sermons or speeches given by Father Coughlin on a variety of topics including prohibition, an address the the Lindbergh baby kidnappers, politics, finance etc. Coughlin was a Roman Catholic priest, critical of communism and capitalism, as well as controversial for his anti-Semitic commentary and support of some of Hitler's and Mussolini's policies. The book is in FAIR/GOOD condition, with the covers rather worn. Moderate uneven fading, minor to moderate soiling and some creasing, especially to the corners, affecting the wraps. Offsetting present to the rear cover. Upper hinge torn and frayed. Faint math problem in pencil to the rear cover. Interior front hinge cracked and separating from the binding. Text block solid with minor scattered soiling. 
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Kol ha-newiim lifne maschiach nisharim be-karnaiim (hebraice), hoc est  Biblia Hebraica Accentuata, sive Codicis Hebraei, Accentuum Radiis, collustrati, ultra bis mille Specimina, quibus Vexatissima Loca, reliqua Hermenevsi non neglecta, nodis Solvuntur, Dachsel, M. Georg Christoph; Deyling, Salomon
18 Dachsel, M. Georg Christoph; Deyling, Salomon Kol ha-newiim lifne maschiach nisharim be-karnaiim (hebraice), hoc est Biblia Hebraica Accentuata, sive Codicis Hebraei, Accentuum Radiis, collustrati, ultra bis mille Specimina, quibus Vexatissima Loca, reliqua Hermenevsi non neglecta, nodis Solvuntur
Leipzig Riesianis, et apud Joh. Sam. Heinsium 1729 no Quarter Leather Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Quarter leather with marbled boards. A-c4, 1-992, 1-656, (38) pp. With an illustrated frontispiece, as well as a fold out chart. All text in Latin, with some printing in Hebrew throughout. A study and apparent partial printing of the Bible, with most text in Latin, although Hebrew text is found throughout. This includes a philological study, accents and accentuation in Hebrew books of the Bible and other commentary (see entry #58 in Bibliotheca Sussexiana by Augustus Frederick, where the author questions whether this should have been included in his list). Georg Christoph Dachsel was a German theologist and Hebraist, or scholar of Hebrew (McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia). GOOD condition, ex-theological institution library. Spine label, interior bookplates, and minor library treatments present. Leather split along the entire length of the hinges, with some flaking and loss. Paper covered boards scuffed, with some fading and edgewear. Interior clean and solid. 
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19 Delitzsch, Professor F. Commentar zum Briefe an die Hebraer. Mit archaologischen und dogmatischen Excursen
Leipzig Dorffling and Franke 1857 no Quarter Leather Good No Jacket Ex-Library 
Quarter leather. Leather spine with textured cloth covered boards. Xlii, 769 pp. All text in German, with a few scattered lines of old Arabic script in the last section. A discussion and examination of the Biblical letters to the Hebrews, with apparent reference to archaeology related to them. By Franz Delitzsch, a German theologian and Hebrew scholar, who fought anti-Semitic attacks on the Jewish community in Germany. He is noted for his translations of the New Testament into Hebrew. GOOD condition, ex-theological institution library. Spine label, interior pastedowns and stamping present. Minor staining to the covers. Some scuffing and fading. Leather scuffed and worn along the hinges. 
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20 Dickinson, Austin et al. Bound volume of Pamphlets issued by the American Tract Society. Including: Heaven Lost; Appeal to American Youth on Temperance; A Sermon for the Whole World...
New York American Tract Society, Publisher no Pamphlet Good 
no dates, presumed early to mid 1800s. Daniel Fanshaw given as a printer for several of the tracts. Pamphlet, side stitched. Wrappers present for some of the tracts, but some missing. Pagination varies. A collection of 11 religious and spiritual tracts reflecting on various topics, with a piece on temperance by Reverend Austin Dickinson: 'Appeal to American Youth on Temperance." GOOD condition. Some soiling and minor staining scattered throughout the piece, with edges curled, a bit creased and with a few chips and tears. Owner's signature present on several pages throughout. Some pieces heavily browned. Sabin 20028 for the Temperance piece. 
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