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Peck, George
Peck, George ((clergyman))
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Clark, D. W. (1812-1871)
Clark, Davis Wasgatt (1812-1871)
Jackson, Thomas (1783-1873)
Reilly, William
Ryder, William (1805-)
Smith, Henry (1769-)
Spooner, John Alden -1890
Stevens, Abel (1815-1897)
Walton, Daniel
West, Robert Athow (1808-1865. [from old catalog])
Young, Robert (1796-1865)
answer to the question, Why are you a Wesleyan Methodist?, An : to which is added, an examination of a tract entitled "Tracts for the people, no. 4- Methodism as held by Wesley, by D.S.P." [i.e. , John Alden Spooner]
Appeal from tradition to Scripture and common sense or, An answer to the question, what constitutes the divine rule of faith and practice
christian exertion, or, the duty of private members of the church of christ to labor for the souls of men
Early Methodism within the bounds of the old Genesee Conference from 1788 to 1828, or, The first forty years of Wesleyan evangelism in northern Pennsylvania, central and western New York, and Canada containing sketches of interesting localities, exciting scenes, and prominent actors
Formation of a manly character: a series of lectures to young men.
inquiry into the constitution, discipline, unity, and worship, of the primitive church, that flourished within the first three hundred years after Christ., An
Life and times of rev. george peck, d.d
life of john wicliff [sic], d.d., compiled from authentic sources, the
Life, trial, and confession of Rees W. Evans : tried and convicted for the murder of Louis Reese, at the April session of the Luzerne County court held at Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Lives of the apostles and evangelists.
memoirs of the wesley family, collected principally from authentic documents.
memorial of the ministerial life of the Rev. Gideon Ouseley, Irish missionary. Comprising sketches of the mission in connection with which he labored, under the direction of the Wesleyan Conference; with notices of some of the most distinguished Irish Methodist missionaries., A
Methodist Episcopal pulpit, The : a collection of original sermons from living ministers of the M.E. Church
national evils and their remedies: a discourse delivered on the occasion of the national fast, may 14, 1841 in the methodist episcopal church, greene-street, new-york
new york, carlton & porter, 1865.his
new york, harper & brothers, 1858.*
new york, lane and tippett, 1845.*
new york, nelson & phillips; cincinnati, hitchcock & walden, 1874/ref offered insight into the challenges facing the itinerant clergyman, or, ref
new-york, pub. by lane & scott, for the sunday-school union of the methodist episcopal church. 1851.*
Our country: its trial and its triumph.
Recollections and reflections of an old itinerant. A series of letters originally published in the Christian advocate and journal and the Western Christian advocate.
Resources and duties of Christian young men. A discourse to the graduating class of Wesleyan University, August, 1845.
resurrection of the dead: a vindication of the literal resurrection of the human body; in opposition of the work of Professor Bush., The
Scripture doctrine of christian perfection stated and defended: with a critical and historical examination of the controversy, ancient and modern. also practical illustrations and advices
Sketches & incidents;
Slavery and the Episcopacy being an examination of Dr. Bascom's review of the reply of the majority to the protest of the minority of the late General Conference of the M.E. Church, in the case of Bishop Andrew
Suggestions for the conversion of the world, respectfully submitted to the Christian church.
superannuate:, The
witness of the spirit, The : a treatise on the evidence of the believer's adoption
Wyoming its history, stirring incidents, and romantic adventures