The Christian Examiner: 1824-1869

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Edward Everett Hale
J. Miller, 1879
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Page 85 - Lessons from the World of Matter and the World of Man. Selected from notes of unpublished sermons, by Rufus Leighton.
Page ii - Non itaqne sum sollicitus, quantillo esse ingenio, quam parum eruditione videar valere, dum literatorum commodis quomodocunque inserviam. In conslruendis aedibus operarius bajalusque, non minus architecto, prodest.
Page iii - Palfrey. Mr. Palfrey changed the title to " The Christian Examiner." It prospered in his hands during the two years he held it. Being about to leave Boston for a season, Mr. Palfrey transferred the Examiner to Mr. Francis Jenks, who was the editor for nearly six years, from 1826 to March, 1831, inclusive. In 1831 the Christian Examiner came under the charge of the Rev. James Walker and Rev. Francis William Pitt Greenwood.
Page 133 - D[unlap], S[amuel] F[ales]. The origin of ancient names of countries, cities, individuals, and gods.
Page iii - ... so entirely rewrote many of the notices themselves, as to render it difficult to assign their authorship to any particular person. The Index which I now present to the readers of the...
Page iii - Ware ; and the latter, alter a few years, by Rev. Messrs. Lamson and Gannett. From them it passed into the hands of Messrs. Putnam and Ellis.
Page 133 - True Christian Religion. 24 230. Unitarian Controversy at Liverpool. 27 18, 239, 357. Tracts for the Times. 27 174.
Page 85 - PARK, EDWARDS AMASA. Theology of the Intellect and that of the Feelings.

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