3 edition of Early piety; or, memoirs of children eminently serious found in the catalog.
Early piety; or, memoirs of children eminently serious
by printed and sold by H. Trapp, successor and son-in-law to M. Lewis in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 6274, no. 04.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
41 Richardson, R. Memoirs of Alexander Campbell, II., 47, 48, 42 Gates, Errett. Early Relation and Separation of Baptists and Disciples, 35, OF THE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST the association, and persuaded many to appoint as messengers to the next meeting persons who were opposed to Campbell. An extract on page represents Sojourner as the mother of thirteen children. It should read five children. Lines in the middle of page should be transposed so as to read thus: "Street cars are designed for poor white and colored folks, and will take them two or three miles for sixpence.
The Sound of Life’s Unspeakable Beauty Martin Schleske (Eerdmans) $ Maybe once or twice a year I get an impassioned note from somebody in the book biz – a sales representative or editor that knows us – sending an early manuscript with a handwritten note insisting that this may be their favorite book in a long time, a stellar project. The Autobiography ceases early, but it is believed that the loss will be compensated by the brightness and freshness of the extracts from correspondence, of which the [Page vii] rest is mainly composed. A few selections, poetical and other, taken from a mass of material, as illustrative of character or circumstance, complete the portrait of a.
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EARLY PIETY;MEMOIRS OF CHILDREN EMINENTLY SERIOUS: INTERSPERSED WITH FAMILIAR DIALOGUES, EMBLEMATICAL PICTURES, PRAYERS, GRACES, AND HYMNS. BY THE REV. GEORGE BURDER. Hearest au what these sa Yea, have ye never read, Out of the mouth of babes and suldingw, thou hast perfected praise.
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Father Samuel Mazzuchelli’s memoirs were written in during a visit home to Italy to recruit missionaries and raise funds to purchase Sinsinawa Mound, where he intended to found a seminary.
He passed away inthus, his book dates from only the middle of his missionary activity, and prior to founding the Dominican Sisters. PREFACE.
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The life and death of Mr. Thomas Gataker. THIS eminent and learned divine was born hi London, on the 4th Septemberand received the first principles of education in his father’s house.
He gave early indications of genius and application, and entirely devoted himself to literature while but a boy. MEMOIRS. JONATHAN EDWARDS, A.M. Chapter's. 1 to CHAPTER I. BIRTH--PARENTAGE--EARLY RELIGIOUS ADVANTAGES--SERIOUS IMPRESSIONS AND ACCOUNT OF HIS EXPERIENCE.
Few individuals ever appeared in the church of God who have merited, and actually received, higher tributes of respect than *Jonathan Edwards. The first, “ A Little Book for children wherein are set down several directions for little children: and several remarkable stories both ancient and modern of little children, divers whereof are lately deceased,” was a reprint from an English book of the same title, and therefore has not in this chronicle the interest of the second book.
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