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Rt. Rev. Samuel Provoost D.D.

The Right Revd. John Bishop of Baltimore.

To the Rev[eren]d Ecclesiastick Council now sitting at Northampton

To the Rev[eren]d Ecclesiastick Council now sitting at Northampton

To the Rev[eren]d Ecclesiastick Council now sitting at Northampton

To the Rev[eren]d Ecclesiastick Council now sitting at Northampton

Willard, J. Boston. To Rev. Solomon Williams

Willard, J. Boston. To Rev. Solomon Williams

Rev. Richard Peters.

ASatire on Hogarth and the Rev. C. Churchill

Escape of Rev. Thomas Andros, from the old Jersey prison ship, during the Revolutionary War

Letter to Rev. Jared Eliot

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, Longmeadow [Mass.]

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, [Longmeadow, Mass.]

Letter to Rev. David McClure, Portsmouth, N. H.

Letter to Mrs. George Read at Rev. William Thompson's, in Cecil County [Md.]

Adams, Samuel. Philadelphia. To Rev. Dr. Samuel Mather

Letter to Rev. Jared Eliot

Letter to the Rev. Stephen Williams, Springfield

Letter to Mrs. George Read at Rev. William Thompson's, in Cecil County [Md.]

Adams, Samuel. Philadelphia. To Rev. Dr. Samuel Mather

Letter to Mrs. George Read at Rev. William Thompson's, in Cecil County [Md.]

Letter to Rev. William Gordon, Jamaica Plains, near Boston

Letter to the Rev. Mr. Butler

Letter to Rev. Jeremiah Day, Pres[ident] of Yale Coll[ege], New Haven

Letter to the Rev. Stephen Williams, Springfield

Letter to Rev. Montague

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, Longmeadow [Mass.]

Letter to Rev. Jared Eliot

Letter to the President of Yale College [Rev. Thomas Clap]

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, Long-meadows

Letter to Rev. [William] Oliver, Chaplain of the garrison of Charles Town

Letter to Rev. Jeremiah Day, Pres[ident] of Yale Coll[ege], New Haven

Letter to the President of Yale College [Rev. Thomas Clap]

Letter to Rev. David McClure, Portsmouth, N. H.

Letter to Rev. [Stephen] Williams [Long Meadow]

Letter to the Rev. E. Allen

Letter to Rev. David McClure, Portsmouth, N. H.

Letter to the Rev. Stephen Williams, Springfield

Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, Springfield

Letter to Rev. William Gordon, Jamaica Plains, near Boston

Letter to the Rev. Mr. Butler

The Revd. Robert Blackwell, D.D....

Residence of Rev. Samuel Johnson D.D. at Stratford, Connecticut.

Revd. John Rodgers D.D.

The Right Rev. William White D.D., Bishop of Pennsylvania

Revd. Dr. Helmuth

The Rev: James Sproat

Revd. John Christopher Kunze, D.D.

[Jonathan Edwards.]

Ramsay, David. New York. To Rev. Doctor Gordon

Ramsay, David. New York. To Rev. Doctor Gordon

Ramsay, David. New York. To Rev. Doctor Gordon

Ramsay, David. New York. To Rev. Doctor Gordon

The Rev. Jacob Duche.

Rev.d John Wesley, A.M.

Revd. James Manning D.D.

Rev. Philip Milledoler D.D.

Rev. John H. Livingston, D.D., President of Rutgers College

Rev. James Milnor D.D. Rector of St. George's Church N. York

The Spingler Institute for Young Ladies, Rev. Gorham D. Abbott, Principal [West Side Union Square]

Revd. William Harris S.T.D. Sixth President of Columbia College

Rev. Samuel Miller D.D.

Revd. Joseph Pilmore D.D.

Revd. John Christopher Kunze, D.D.

Revd. John Rodgers D.D.

Rev. J. Belknap.

Rev. P. [Peter] Thatcher.

Rev. John Witherspoon, D.D.

Revd. J. Witherspoon, D.D., president of Princeton College, New Jersey, America.

Revd. J. Witherspoon, DD., president of Princeton College, New Jersey, America.

Revd. J. Witherspoon, D.D., President of Princeton College, New Jersey, America.

Rev. J. Witherspoon, D.D., president of Princeton College, New Jersey, America.

Revd. Jonthn. Edwards, A.M.

Rev. Gregory T. Bedell, A.M.

The Revd. Hugh Blair.

Rev. Elhanan Winchester.

Silsbee, Rev. [William], ALS to. Nov. 16, 1837.

Silsbee, Rev. [William], ALS to. Nov. 16, 1837.

Silsbee, Rev. [William], ALS to. Nov. 16, 1837.

Silsbee, Rev. [William], ALS to. Nov. 16, 1837.

Silsbee, Rev. [William], ALS to. Nov. 16, 1837.

Rev. Samuel Willard, M.A., vice president of Harvard University.

Sterling, Rev. John, ALS to. Aug. 15, 1842.

Sterling, Rev. John, ALS to. Aug. 15, 1842.

The Holy Land. Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, Nubia from the drawings made on the spot by David Roberts, R.A. with the historical descriptions by the Rev. George Croly L.L.D. . . Vol. I.

Sterling, Rev. John, ALS to. Aug. 15, 1842.

The Holy Land. Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, Nubia from the drawings made on the spot by David Roberts, R.A. with the historical descriptions by the Rev. George Croly L.L.D. . . Vol. II

Sterling, Rev. John, ALS to. Aug. 15, 1842.

Three pictures of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The first . . . founded A.D. 1768, dedicated by the Revd. Philip Embury.; The second church rebuilt 1817. Dedicated by the Revds. Nathan Bangs, D.D., St. Merwin and Bishop Soule, and the third church rebuilt A.D. 1841. Dedicated by Bishop Hedding. Also, the old rigging loft as it now stands 120 William St. 1844. Formerly Cart and Horse Street. Names of the first board of trustess and those of 1844 and 1847

Revd. Samuel Parr, L.L.D.

The Revd. Robert Hall, M.A.

The Most Rev. John Carroll, first archbishop of Baltimore.

The Rev. Jacob Duché, rector of Christ Church and St. Peters, Philada.

Jonathan Edwards.

Rev. Dr. Teny's church, Stuvesant [sic] Square.

View of Casket and flower of Rev. W.H. Ferris, Matteawan, N.Y.

View of Casket and flower of Rev. W.H. Ferris, Matteawan, N.Y.

Mill no. 4. One pair engines, 250 H.P., making 350 rev. per min.

Second Presbyterian Church. (Rev. Dr. Patterson)