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image of AUTOGRAPH LETTER regarding dividends on an insurance policy SIGNED BY HENRY C. POTTER Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York known for his interest in social reform and politics.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER regarding dividends on an insurance policy SIGNED BY HENRY C. POTTER Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York known for his interest in social reform and politics.

by Potter, Henry C. (1835-1908). Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. Notable for his interest in social reform and politics.

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Published
1884.
Condition
Fine
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$75.00

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96 Fourth Avenue, New York City, June 11, 1884., 1884.. Fine. - Over 60 words penned on both sides of 5-5/8 inch high by 5-1/4 inch wide creamy white paper. Bishop Potter writes to a Mr. Lloyd regarding dividends on 2 insurance policies. Signed "H. C. Potter". Folded vertically down the center, else fine. The address, 96th Fourth… Read more
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SLIP OF PAPER SIGNED BY ENGLISH NONCONFORMIST MINISTER WILLIAM MORLEY PUNSHON.

by Punshon, William Morley. (1824-1881). English Nonconformist minister.

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Published
[1870s].
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Good
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Circa [1870s]., [1870s].. Good. - A slip of cream paper, approximately 1-3/8 inches high by 2-3/4 inches wide, has been signed within a decorative pink frame "Faithfully Yours / W. Morley Punshon." The slip has been mounted on a slightly larger piece of pink paper partially framed in black. There is some glue staining to the slip… Read more
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image of [3 Welsh works bound in one volume]: PEDWAR CYFLWR DYN: SEF, EI GYFLWR O DDINIWEIDRWYDD, YN EIN RHIENI CYNTAF YN MHARADWYS; EI GYFLWR NATUR; SEF EI HOLLAWL LYGREDIGAETH TRWY Y CWYMP; CYFLWR ADFEREDIG Y RHAI A DDYCHWELWYD TRWY RAS; CYFLWR TRAGYWYDDOL HOLL DYNOLRYW YN Y BYD A DDAW: AR DDULL PREGETHAU AR WAHANOL DESTUNAU. Gan y parchedig a'r dysgedig T. Boston; wedi ei gyfieithu o'r Saesoneg gan I. Parry. (Together with:) HANES, CYFANSODDIAD, RHEOLAU DYSGYBLAETHOL, Y' NGHYD A CHYFFES FFYDD: Y CORPH O FETHODISTIAID CALFINAIDD YN NGHYMRU, A GYTTUNWYD ARNYNT YN NGHYMDEITHASFAOEDD ABERYSTWYTH A'R BALA YN Y FLWYDDYN 1823. Yr Ail Argraffiad. (Together with:)  CYWYDD I'R ADERYN BRONFRAITH A GYFANSODDWYD, LONAWR, 1793. Gan Y Diweddar T. Jones.

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Caerlloen: I. Parry & I. Fletcher / Bala: Robert Saunderson / Dinrych: Thomas Gee, 1821-1825., 1821-1825.. Good. - Octavo, 7-1/8 inches high by 4-1/2 inches wide. Bound in early home-made buff suede with a holograph title label mounted to the spine. The covers are rubbed, soiled and stained with a small chip to the tail of the spine.… Read more
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image of WHAT IS THE RELATION OF THE STATE TO RELIGION? An Answer in Four Parts: I. The Nature of the American State. II. The duty of the State with regard to organized Religion. III. The treatment by the State of the property of Religious Societies. IV. The attitude of the State toward Religious teaching and services in Public Schools and State Institutions. By G.E. Gordon, Pastor of the Church of the Redeemer, Milwaukee, Wis. Being an Address Delivered in the Assembly Chamber at Madison, February 1st, 1878.

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Milwaukee: Miller & Smith, Printers, 1878., 1878.. Good. - Octavo, 8-3/4 inches high by 5-3/4 inches wide. Softcover, bound in printed light green wraps. The covers are slightly soiled and creased with a tiny chip to the top front corner and to the tail of the spine. There is a vertical crease down the center of the covers… Read more
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image of AUTOGRAPH NOTE ON A SLIP OF PAPER SIGNED BY ENGLISH CHURCHMAN, THEOLOGIAN, POET AND HYMNODIST HENRY ALFORD.

AUTOGRAPH NOTE ON A SLIP OF PAPER SIGNED BY ENGLISH CHURCHMAN, THEOLOGIAN, POET AND HYMNODIST HENRY ALFORD.

by Alford, Henry. (1810-1871). English churchman theologian, scholar, poet and hymnodist

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Published
1868.
Condition
Very good
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Canterbury, Kent, U.K.: January 25, 1868., 1868.. Very good. - Autograph note penned on a slip of paper, 3-7/8 inches high by 6-1/4 inches wide. The note is mounted on a slightly larger piece of card. It is signed vertically,across the text, "Henry Alford". One word is slightly smudged & there is minor rippling to the left edge… Read more
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SLIP OF PAPER SIGNED BY SCOTTISH CONGREGATIONALIST MISSIONARY TO AFRICA ROBERT MOFFAT.

by Moffat, Robert. (1795-1883). Scottish Congregationalist missionary to Africa.

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Published
[1870s].
Condition
Very good
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Circa [1870s]., [1870s].. Very good. - A slip of cream paper, approximately 1-3/8 inches high by 2-3/4 inches wide, has been signed with his date of birth within a decorative pink frame "Robert Moffat 1795"". The slip has been mounted on a slightly larger piece of pink paper framed in black. There is some light offsetting to the… Read more
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SLIP OF PAPER SIGNED BY CONGREGATIONALIST CLERGYMAN AND SOCIAL REFORMER HENRY WARD BEECHER.

by Beecher, Henry Ward. (1813-1887). American Congregationalist clergyman and social reformer.

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Published
[1870s].
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Good
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Circa [1870s]., [1870s].. Good. - A slip of cream paper, approximately 1-3/8 inches high by 2-3/4 inches wide, has been signed within a decorative pink frame "Henry Ward Beecher". The slip has been mounted on a slightly larger piece of pink paper framed in black. There is some light offsetting to the paper from the glue used in… Read more
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SLIP OF PAPER SIGNED BY SCOTTISH CHURCHMAN AND POET HORATIUS BONAR.

by Bonar, Horatius. (1808-1889). Scottish churchman and poet, best remembered as a hymnodist.

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Published
[1870s].
Condition
Good
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$75.00

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Circa [1870s]., [1870s].. Good. - A slip of cream paper, approximately 1-3/8 inches high by 2-3/4 inches wide, has been signed within a decorative pink frame "Horatius Bonar". The slip has been mounted on a slightly larger piece of pink paper framed in black. There is light offsetting to the lower half of the paper from the glue… Read more
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image of A DENSELY PENNED AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED by CHARLES HUTTON Rector of Uplime to ROBERT NELSON author of

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Uplime [Uplyme], February 17th, 1706/7. 1706., 1706.. Good. - Over 500 words densely penned by Charles Hutton on an 8-1/4 inch high by 6-3/4 inch wide sheet of creamy white paper with an attached integral address leaf upon which Hutton has vertically penned a 140 plus word poem he has composed on the ceremony of circumcision titled "On… Read more
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image of A PROTESTANT HISTORICAL CATECHISM; Being a Concise View of the Commencement and Decline of Christianity; with the Rise and Establishment of the Reformation, under Martin Luther, and His Coadjutors, in Several Countries of Europe.

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Nottingham: Printed and sold for the author by Shorrock and Son, St. Peter's Gate, 1821., 1821.. Fair. - 16mo. 5-3/4 inches high by 3-5/8 inches wide. Printed gray boards titled and decorated in black on the front cover with an advertisement for the author's book "Thuanus" on the rear cover. The rubbed and stained covers are detached and… Read more
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image of EL ALMA AL PIE DEL CALVARIO: Considerando los tormentos de Jesuchristo, y hallando al pie de la Cruz el consuelo de sus penas. Libro Traducido del Frances por Don Leon de Malo y Malveu. (3 Parts in 1).

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Madrid: La Imprenta de Don Benito Cano, 1793., 1793.. Very good. - Small octavo, full brown calf titled on a leather label between decorative gilt rules on the spine; marbled endpapers. The leather is rubbed & scuffed. The covers are a bit warped. xvi, 168 & 192 pages. There are tiny ink stains with holes to the first… Read more
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Riverside, Connecticut, 1929., 1929.. Very good. - Quarto, 25 pages in all, each 11 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide. These primarily consist of pages from the incomplete manuscript of an article by John Hyde Preston. The work concerns the American pastor Harry Emerson Fosdick and is annotated in part by Fosdick, sometimes heavily so. The manuscript… Read more
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image of AUTOGRAPH LETTER ABOUT AN OUT-OF-TOWN ENGAGEMENT SIGNED BY BRITISH NONCONFORMIST MINISTER AND THEOLOGIAN ARTHUR MURSELL.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER ABOUT AN OUT-OF-TOWN ENGAGEMENT SIGNED BY BRITISH NONCONFORMIST MINISTER AND THEOLOGIAN ARTHUR MURSELL.

by Mursell, Arthur. (1831-1914). British theologian, nonconformist minister, lecturer and author.

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Published
1875.
Condition
Good
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[London]: December 8, 1875., 1875.. Good. - Letter filling one side of a black-bordered approximately 7 inch high by 4-1/2 inch wide sheet of letterhead with his Clapham address printed at the top. The letter is mounted on a sheet of paper of the same size & there is offsetting from the glue to the top, bottom &… Read more
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image of TYPED LETTER SIGNED by the future Episcopal Bishop of New York City WILLIAM T. MANNING agreeing to serve on the reception committee to welcome Maurice Maeterlinck to America.

TYPED LETTER SIGNED by the future Episcopal Bishop of New York City WILLIAM T. MANNING agreeing to serve on the reception committee to welcome Maurice Maeterlinck to America.

by Manning, William T. (1866-1949). U.S. Episcopal Bishop of New York City who led a major campaign to raise funds for the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

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Published
1919.
Condition
Very good
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$25.00

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New York, December 12, 1919., 1919.. Very good. - Over 60 words typed on 9-1/2 inch high by 8 inch wide "Rector's Office, Trinity Parish" stationery. In his brief letter, William Manning informs James B. Pond that he "shall be very happy to serve as a member of the honorary reception committee for M. Maeterlinck on his visit… Read more
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image of A DISCOURSE ON TRUE MAGNANIMITY, Addressed Particularly to Young Men, and Delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church in Albany, February 25, 1844 by William B. Sprague, D.D., Minister of Said Church.

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Albany, NY: Erastus H. Pease, 1844., 1844.. Good. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY WILLIAM B. SPRAGUE, D.D. - Octavo, softcover bound into printed cream-colored wraps with white cord. The wraps are chipped with tears to & pieces out of the spine. There are 3 small stains & some light soiling & foxing to the rear wrap. 56 pages. There… Read more
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image of THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ST. HERBAULT.

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ST. HERBAULT.

by Kirwan, Patrick.

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Published
(1935).
Condition
Good
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$15.00

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London: Grayson and Grayson Limited, (1935)., (1935).. Good. SIGNED BY PATRICK KIRWAN - Octavo, black cloth titled & decorated in gilt. Unpaginated. There is very light staining to the endpapers & preliminaries. Good. Number 216 of 250 copies numbered and signed by the author.From the library of pressman Fridolf Johnson with his book label on the front pastedown.A… Read more
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THE VINDICATION OF MY HERESIES.

by Brown, Rt. Rev. William Montgomery, D.D.

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Published
(1931).
Condition
Good
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Galion, OH: The Bradford-Brown Educational Co., (1931)., (1931).. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial black-and-white wrappers. The binding is soiled. There are 2 pieces out of the rear cover & the lower 2-1/2 inches of each wrap is detached. [iv] & 40 pages plus 4-page publisher's catalog with a black-and-white illustration on each inside wrap. Good. "General… Read more
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New York, April 30th, 1850., 1850.. Good. - Over 80 words penned on 6-1/4 inch high by 7-3/4 inch wide buff paper. Under the heading of "A card - To the Public" Rev. William K. Hoyt addresses his letter to the editor of the Police Gazette. Complaining of an article which appeared in the Police Gazette the previous… Read more
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SLIP OF PAPER INSCRIBED WITH A QUOTATION AND SIGNED BY UNITARIAN PASTOR ROBERT COLLYER WHO SUPPORTED THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY AND WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.

by Collyer, Robert. (1823-1912). English-born American Unitarian clergyman who supported the abolition of slavery and women's suffrage.

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Published
[1880].
Condition
Good
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Circa [1880]., [1880].. Good. - A slip of paper, 2-3/8 inches high by 4-3/8 inches wide, is inscribed & signed in black ink: "Let us thank God for the Saxon Grit / Robert Collyer". The paper is mounted on a piece of cream-colored card of approximately the same size. The card is unevenly cut & both paper &… Read more
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image of A CORRESPONDENCE consisting of 4 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED by the Famous French Priest HYACINTHE LOYSON [PERE HYACINTHE] who was excommunicated by the Catholic Church for his opposition to the pronouncements of the First Vatican Council.

A CORRESPONDENCE consisting of 4 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED by the Famous French Priest HYACINTHE LOYSON [PERE HYACINTHE] who was excommunicated by the Catholic Church for his opposition to the pronouncements of the First Vatican Council.

by Loyson, Hyacinthe [Charles Jean Marie Loyson (1827-1912)]. Famous French Preacher Pere Hyacinthe known for his eloquent sermons at Notre Dame. Pere Hyacinthe was excommunicated by the Catholic Church over his opposition to the First Vatican Council.

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Published
[1883].
Condition
Very good
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Neuilly pres Paris and Washington, D.C. 1883 through 1887. [1883]., [1883].. Very good. - A correspondence consisting of 4 Autograph Letters Signed by the French Priest Hyacinthe Loyson addressed to the American author and Presbyterian clergyman Henry Martin Field. In his first letter, penned from Neuily near Paris on July 24, 1883, Loyson addresses the Reverend Field… Read more
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