Author(s)Massachusetts Bible Society. Annual report.
Adams, Nehemiah, 1806-1878. Sermon preached to the congregation at the Essex Street Church, October 31, 1852, the sabbath after the internment of Hon. Daniel Webster.
King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864. M'Cosh on divine government.
Williams, William R., 1804-1885. Worship at work.
King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864. Death of Mr. Webster.
King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864. Short review of Dr. Edward Beecher's work on "The conflict of ages".
Smith, Henry, Boynton, 1815-1877. Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures.
Smith, Asa D. (Asa Dodge), 1804-1877. Christian stewardship.
Smith, Asa D. (Asa Dodge, 1804-1877. Address delivered at the inauguration of the author as President of Dartmouth College.
King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864. Doctrine of endless punishment for the sins of this life, unchristian and unreasonable.
King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864. Washington.
Bartol, C. A. (Cyrus Augustus), 1813-1900. Unspotted life.
Peabody, Andrew P. (Andrew Preston), 1811-1893. Bibliotheca sacra.
Parker, Theodore, 1810-1860. Sermon of the public function of woman.
King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864. Trinitarianism not the doctrine of the New Testament.
Hopkins, Mark, 1802-1887. Enlargement.
Adams, William, 1807-1880. Christianity designed for the world.
Smith, Henry Boynton, 1815-1877. Nature and worth of the science of church history.
King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864. Railroad jubilee.
Stearns, William A. (William Augustus), 1805-1876. Sermon delivered before the executive and legislative departments of the government of Massachusetts.
Gilmore, Joseph Albree, 1811-1867.
Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1821-1900. "Things which are not," God's chosen instruments for advancing His kingdom.
King, Thomas Starr, -- 1824-1864.
Bleecker, Garrat Noel, -- 1815?-1853.
Progress -- Religious aspects
Church history -- Study and teaching.
Beecher, Edward, -- 1803-1895. -- Conflict of ages.
Bible -- Inspiriation.
Universities and colleges.
McCosh, James, -- 1811-1894. -- Method of divine government, physical and moral.
Women -- Social conditions.
Webster, Daniel, -- 1782-1852.
Washington, George, -- 1732-1799.
Bible -- Publication and distribution
United States -- History
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AbstractNature and worth of the science of church history / H.B. Smith -- Railroad jubilee : two discourses / T.S. King -- Washington, or, Greatness / T.S. King -- [parts of two articles] -- M'Cosh on divine government / T.S. King -- Annual report / Bible Society of Massachusetts, 1852 -- Sermon preached to the congregation at the Essex Street Church, October 31, 1852, the sabbath after the internment of Hon. Daniel Webster / N. Adams.
Christian stewardship / A.D. Smith -- Address delivered at the inauguration of the author as President of Dartmount College, November 18, 1863 / A.D. Smith ; with the introductory address of His Excellency Joseph A. Gilmore. -- [Letter from A.D. Smith] -- Bibliotheca sacra / Rev. Dr. Peabody -- Sermon delivered before the Executive and Legislative Departments of the Government of Massachusetts at the annual election, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1864 / W.A. Stearns -- Thomas Starr King,, his last sickness and death -- Unspotted life : a discourse in memory of Rev. Thomas Starr King / C.A. Bartol -- Death of Rev. T. Starr King.
Death of Mr. Webster / T.S. King -- Sermon of the public function of woman / T. Parker -- Worship at work, a discourse in reference to the life and character of the late Garrat Noel Bleecker / W.R. Williams -- Christianity designed for the world / W. Adams -- Short review of Dr. Edward Beecher's work on "The conflict of ages" / T.S. King -- Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures / H.B. Smith -- Doctrine of endless punishment for the sins of this life, unchristian and unreasonable / T.S. King -- Trinitarianism not the doctrine of the New Testament / T.S. King --"Things which are not" : God's chosen instruments for advancing his Kingdom / R.S. Storrs, Jr. -- Enlargement / M. Hopkins.
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