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An introductory address by the president of the Connecticut Reserve Bible Society

An introductory address by the president of the Connecticut Reserve Bible Society

and the third report of the trustees of the Society, presented and read at their annual meeting at Burton, June 11th, 1817

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Published by Printed by John Saxton in Canton, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Connecticut Reserve Bible Society,
  • Bible -- Publication and distribution -- Societies, etc

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 40555
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination17 p
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15129580M

    7 September 8 Letter-book of President Fisk, 8 30 September January Series 2. Papers 9 1 Autobiography and Daybook, . Lecture notebooks kept by Dr. Apollos King of Suffield, Connecticut, while a medical student, during lectures delivered by Benjamin Rush; probably in Philadelphia, ca. or later. Individual chapters address a wide range of physiological and psychological disorders. Volume 2 includes notes on a shorthand system and a shorthand alphabet.

    The Address was drafted in July by Alexander Hamilton (Washington also had at his disposal an earlier draft by James Madison) and was revised for publication by the president himself. The "religion section" of the Farewell Address was for many years as familiar to the American people as Washington's warning that the United States should.   In he published a “Memoir on the Subject of a General Bible Society for the United States,” and in assisted Elias Boudinot and others in forming the American Bible society, of which he was for years an active and practical promoter, and its principal champion against the vigorous attacks of the high-churchmen led by Bishop Hobart.

    Lathrop remained pastor until his death from lung fever in He had served as President of the Massachusetts Bible Society and the Society of Propagating the Gospel in North America, and he was also a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Antiquarian Society. Numerous of his sermons were published. Introduction: PART I. Origin of the Exposition. Chapter I. How Chicago Secured the Celebration. How and when the Columbian Exposition was conceived--The idea of a celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus originated with T. W. Zaremba--His first desire was to have it in Mexico--How this indefatigable gentleman pursued the object of.


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