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Page 115 - I have been many years collecting a number of Books, Pamphlets, Maps, Papers in Print, and Manuscript, either published in New England, or pertaining to its History and Public Affairs, to which collection I have given the Name of the New England Library...
Page 102 - ... their room in Boston, and a fair record of the disposition and situation of the same so kept by said Historical Society, that the said Old South Church and Society may always know where, and in what situation the same are, and may always have access to said record: and over the place where the said Tracts, Manuscripts, and Treatises, are or shall be kept, the said Historical Society shall always keep inscribed, in fair legible letters, the following inscription:— The Donation of the Rev. Mr....
Page 9 - Ichabod; or, A Discourse showing what cause there is to fear that the Glory of the Lord is departing from New England," the President recurs to the subject, though incidentally, and more covertly.
Page 102 - The Old South Church and Society shall, at " any time hereafter, have a right to receive and take " back from said Historical Society said Tracts, Manu" scripts, and Treatises, whenever by their vote, at any " meeting of said Church and Society, they shall so vote
Page 102 - Lists, after it has been signed by the said Historical Society, their Officers or Agents, shall be by him delivered over to the Clerk of the Old South Church and Society, to be by said Clerk kept among the records of said Church and Society. And said Tracts, manuscripts and Treatises, so as aforesaid by said...
Page 115 - Church, on condition that it should be kept in a different apartment from the other books, and "that no person shall borrow any book or paper therefrom, but that any person whom the pastors and deacons of said Church shall approve, may have access thereto.
Page 115 - Collection from a public View, and desire that the memory of many important Transactions might be preserved which otherwise [would] be lost, — I hereby bequeath all the said Collection to the said Old South Church forever.
Page 89 - The Plain Doctrine of the Justification of a Sinner in the Sight of God.
Page 15 - An harmony of the confessions of the faith of the Christian and reformed churches, which purelie professe the holy doctrine of the Gospell in all the chiefe kingdomes, nations, and provinces of Europe.