A bound volume of 20 pamphlets. Theodore Parker.
A bound volume of 20 pamphlets
A bound volume of 20 pamphlets
A bound volume of 20 pamphlets
A bound volume of 20 pamphlets

A bound volume of 20 pamphlets

Boston: 1845-1855. 8vo, 20 pamphlets by Parker; bound together in old marbled boards. rebacked in ratty black cloth; last 8 pamphlets removed, per manuscript index tipped inside the front cover, and rear board lacking; all ex-Forbes Library with perforated stamps in the bottom margin of most title pages; all with wrappers wanting, except the first. 1) A Letter to the Boston Association of Congressional Ministers Touching Certain Matters of Their Theology. Boston, 1845, pp. 20; 2) A Sermon of War, Preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, June 7, 1846. Boston, 1846, pp. 43; 3) A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of John Quincy Adams: Delivered at the Melodeon, March 5, 1848. Boston, 1848, pp.66; 4) A Sermon of the Mexican War: Preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, June 25, 1848. Boston, 1848, pp. 56; 5) The Function and Place of Conscience, in Relation to the Laws of Men; A Sermon for the Times; Preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, September 22, 1850. Boston, 1850, pp. 40; 6) The Public Education of the People. An Oration Delivered Before the Onondaga Teachers Institute, at Syracuse, N.Y., on the 4th of October, 1849. Boston, 1850, pp. 59; 7) The Chief Sins of the People: A Sermon Delivered at the Melodeon, Boston, on Fast-Day, April 10, 1851. Boston, 1851, pp. 40; 8) The Three Chief Safeguards of Society, Considered in a Sermon at the Melodeon, on Sunday, July 6, 1851. Boston, 1851, pp. 40; 9) The State of the Nation, Considered in a Sermon for Thanksgiving Day, Preached at the Melodeon, Nov. 28, 1850. Boston, 1851, pp. 38; 10) The Boston Kidnapping: A Discourse to Commemorate the Rendition of Thomas Simms, Delivered on the First Anniversary thereof, April 12, 1852, Before the Committee of Vigilance, at the Melodeon in Boston. Boston, 1852, pp. 72; 11) A Sermon of the Public Function of Woman, Preached at the Music Hall, March 27, 1853. Boston, 1853, pp. 20; 12) A Friendly Letter to the Executive Committee of the American Unitarian Association, Touching their New Unitarian Creed or General Proclamation of Unitarian Views. Boston, 1853, pp. 20; 13) Two Sermons Preached Before the Twenty Eighth Congregational Society of Boston, on the 14th and 21st of November, 1852, on Leaving Their Old and Entering a New Place of Worship. Boston, 1853, pp. 59; 14) The Nebraska Question. Some Thoughts on the New Assault upon Freedom in America, and the General State of the Country in Relation thereunto, Set Forth in a Discourse Preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Monday, Feb. 12, 1854. Boston, 1854, pp. 72; 15) The New Crime Against Humanity. A Sermon, Preached at the Music Hall in Boston, on Sunday, June 4, 1854. Boston, 1854, pp. 76; 16) The Law of God and the Statutes of Men. A Sermon, Preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Sunday, June 18, 1854. Boston, 1854, pp. 32; 17) A Sermon of the Dangers Which Threaten the Rights of Man in America; Preached at the Music Hall, on Sunday, July 2, 1854. Boston, 1854, pp. 56; 18) A Sermon of the Moral Dangers Incident to Prosperity, Preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Sunday, November 5, 1854. Boston, 1855, pp. 29; 19) A Sermon of the Consequences of an Immoral Principle and False Idea of Life. Preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Sunday, November 26, 1854. Boston, 1855, pp. 32; 20) A Discourse of the Function of a Teacher of Religion in These Times, Preached at the Ordination of Marshall G. Kimball, as Minister of the Free Church at Barre, Worcester County, Mass. on Wednesday June 13, 1855. Boston, 1855, pp. 56. Item #59241

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