Secret Societies: A Discourse, Delivered in the Sixth Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, Sept. 7th, 1845
A sermon against secret societies, including those with good intentions such as temperance societies: "The object of this discourse, is to show, from the example of Christ, and by argument, that christians ought not to join secret societies"--P. 6.
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