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Brainard, David
Brainerd, David
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Benezet, Anthony (1713-1784)
Dwight, Sereno Edwards (1786-1850)
Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758)
Pemberton, Ebenezer (1705-1777)
Ross, Jan (ca.1715-1766.)
Searle, Walter (fl. 1926)
Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge
Wesley, John (1703-1791)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Aanmerkelyk verhaal van de opkomst en voortgang van een zonderling werk van Gods genade onder een groote meenigte Indianen, in de provintien van Nieuw-Jersey en Pensylvania. Waar by gevoegt is een Opdracht ... door P. Doddridge ; Uit het Eng. vert. door J. Ros.
Account of the life of the late Reverend Mr. David Brainerd. Selections
Account of the life of the rev. david brainerd minister of the gospel, missionary to the indians from the honorable society in scotland for the propagation of christian knowledge, and pastor of a church of christian indians in new-jersey ... chiefly taken from his own diary, and other private writings, written for his own use
Bureinādo no nikki : Gendai eno messēji
Bureinādo no nikki : Kare no kitō to ribaibaru no kiroku
collection of religious tracts., A
Extract of a letter wrote by the Earl of Essex, to his particular friend the Earl of Southampton, sometime before his death
Funeral sermon, on the death of Ezra Benedict Fancher who died Sabbath morning, January 27th, 1867, as the people to whom he had ministered nearly 27 years were assembling for worship, many of whom were ignorant of his sickness : preached at McGrawville, Jan. 31st, 1867
gospel the only true reformer, The : Brainerd's remarks on the work of grace under his ministry among the Indians at Croswicks, N. J., with an introduction by Talbot W. Chambers.
Journey with David Brainerd : forty days or forty nights with David Brainerd
leven van D. Brainerd
Leven van kracht tot kracht : uit het leven van een zendeling
Life and diary of David Brainerd
Meditations and spiritual experiences of Thomas Shepard late worthy and dear Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge in New-England, from November 25. 1640--to December 27. 1641. Transcribed out of his own book, written with his own hand; and left by him to his son Thomas Shepard, with this word prefixed---Try all things, and hold fast that which is good.
Mighty destroyer displayed, in some account of the dreadfulhavock made by the mistaken use as well as abuse of distilled spirituous liquors
Mirabilia Dei inter Indicos
Missionar David Brainerd, ein großer Gebetsheld
missionary in the wilderness., The
Plain path to Christian perfection shewing that we are to seek for reconciliation and union with God, solely by renouncing ourselves, denying the world, and following our blessed Saviour, in the regeneration. Translated from the French. [Nine lines of Scripture texts]., The
potent enemies of America laid open, The : being some account of the baneful effects attending the use of distilled spirituous liquors, and the slavery of the Negroes : to which is added, The happiness attending life, when dedicated to the honour of God, and good of mankind, in the sentiments of some persons of eminence near the close of their lives, viz. the Earl of Essex, Count Oxcistern, H. Grotius, D. Brainard, John Lock, &c.
Remarks of Rev. Dr. Brainerd at the funeral of Lieut. John T. Greble, U.S.A.
Rise and progress of a remarkable work of grace among a number of the Indians, in the provinces of New-Jersey and Pennsylvania, justly represented in a journal
Thoughts upon slavery
To the foregoing testimonies of the happiness of a life spent in the service of God, may be added that of a faithful servant of Christ from amongst ourselves, to wit, David Brainard
works of President Edwards; with a memoir of his life ..., The
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