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Fri Mar 21 17:14:04 2014 UTClccn-n841361190.00Corlis-Respess Family : Papers,0.721.00The Annual of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States /66872584n 841361191235547lccn-n50072229Hughes, John1797-1864lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchnc-presbyterian churchPresbyterian Churchlccn-n80097868Miller, Samuel1769-1850np-breckinridge, margaret$1802 1838Breckinridge, Margaret1802-1838lccn-n50033493Alexander, Archibald1772-1851lccn-n86004372Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.Board of Educationlccn-n88130526Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvanianc-philadelphia pa$e cummiskey$1833Philadelphia (Pa.).E. Cummiskey1833lccn-n83227223Sartain, John1808-1897Breckinridge, John1797-1841Apologetic worksRecords and correspondenceHistoryPeriodicalsControversial literatureJuvenile worksBiographyPortraitsCatechismsSourcesFreedom of religionCatholic ChurchProtestantismTheology, DoctrinalChurch and statePresbyterian Church--DoctrinesReligious disputationsHughes, John,United StatesCatholicsProtestantsBreckinridge, John,Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.--Board of EducationEducationPresbyterian Church in the U.S.ALibertyCatholic Church-Protestant churches relationsProtestant churches--Relations--Catholic ChurchClergy--OfficePresbyterian ChurchAfrican Americans--ColonizationLiberiaYoung Men's Colonization Society of PennsylvaniaInstallation sermonsChristian biographySpouses of clergyYouth--Conduct of lifeChristian lifeSermons, AmericanPresbyterian womenBereavement--Religious aspectsGift booksKentuckyClergyCatechismsEthicsBreckinridge, John C.--(John Cabell),Anglo-CatholicismMerchantsBaird, E. Thompson--(Ebenezer Thompson),Manners and customsNapoleonic Wars (1800-1815)Chamberlain, Jeremiah,BusinessSouthern StatesParvin, Theodore Sutton,TravelBoardman, Henry A.--(Henry Augustus),Witherspoon, T. D.--(Thomas Dwight),Breckinridge, Robert J.--(Robert Jefferson),17971841180718261828183218331834183518361839185518561862186718691970200220087902670261.7BV741ocn01957200940523ocn011568423book18360.70Hughes, JohnA discussion of the question, is the Roman Catholic religion, in any or all its principles or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty? and of the question, is the Presbyterian religion, in any or all its principles or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty?Apologetic worksControversial literature+-+24641118961737ocn000103364book19700.73Hughes, JohnA discussion: Is the Roman Catholic religion inimical to civil or religious liberty? Is the Presbyterian religion inimical to civil or religious liberty?Controversial literature668ocn006292653book18330.59Hughes, JohnControversy between Rev. Messrs. Hughes and Breckenridge on the subject "Is the Protestant religion the religion of Christ?"Apologetic worksControversial literatureRecords and correspondence344ocn002851250book18360.93Breckinridge, JohnAn address, delivered July 15, 1835, before the Eucleian and Philomathean societies of the University of the city of New YorkHistory303ocn002746025book18390.79Breckinridge, JohnA memorial of Mrs. Margaret Breckinridge192ocn009447596book18330.88Hughes, JohnControversy between the Rev. John Hughes, of the Roman Catholic Church, and the Rev. John Breckinridge, of the Presbyterian Church : relative to the existing differences in the Roman Catholic and Protestant religions122ocn029329843book18280.95Breckinridge, JohnMinisterial responsibility; a discourse the substance of which was delivered before the Synod of Philadelphia at its late meeting in Harrisburg (Pa.), Oct. 182772ocn438062590book18340.63Young Men's Colonization Society of PennsylvaniaYoung Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania. At a meeting of the board of managers, held on Friday evening, the 6th inst, it was resolved, that the executive committee extensively circulate ... a circular, asking the assistance of our fellow citizens in the important work undertaken by the society ... In pursuance of the above resolution ... the executive committee solicit the attention of the public to the following Address and constitution of the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania71ocn019572009book18350.59Breckinridge, JohnThe annual of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States: a new year's offering for 183551ocn010077890book18620.66Hughes, JohnControversy between Rev. Messrs. Hughes and Breckenridge [i.e. Breckinridge] on the subject "Is the Protestant religion the religion of Christ?"51ocn021539081book18320.73The Annual of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States41ocn191238549book18390.88Breckinridge, JohnA memoir of Mrs. Margaret Breckinridge in two parts ; Part 1: Memoir, and funeral sermon ; Part II: Letters to her surviving childrenJuvenile worksBiographyPortraits31ocn039901975serial0.90Presbyterian Church in the U.S.AThe Annual of the Board of Education of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United StatesPeriodicals31ocn021499957book18321.00The Annual of the Board of Education of the Presbyterian Church in the United States21ocn080526404book18071.00Westminster AssemblyCatechismi Westmonasteriensis minoris exemplar typis, quibus quantitas affigitur, impressum : in usum discentium, quorum parentes, doctrinam, disciplinam et fidem Presbyterianam in civitatibus Americanis foederatis profitenturCatechisms11ocn177674486mix1.00Breckinridge, JohnJohn and Joseph Cabell Breckinridge lettersHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceConsists of letters by brothers John and Joseph Cabell Breckinridge11ocn013499352book18321.00Breckinridge, JohnChristian missions. Lecture ... delivered on the evening of the 13th May, 183211ocn645107218com1.00Breckinridge, JohnAn address, delivered July 15, 1835, before the Eucleian and Philomathean societies of the University of the city of New York / by John Breckinridgesdr-ia-srlf64276311ocn318395804book18361.00Hughes, JohnA discussion of the question, is the Roman Catholic religion, in any or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty? : and of the question, is the Presbyterian religion, in any or in all its principles or doctrines, inimical to civil or religious liberty?11ocn863164875book18390.47Breckinridge, JohnA memoir of Mrs. Margaret Breckinridge62ocn024888250book18260.88Miller, SamuelChristian weapons not carnal but spiritual a sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church in the city of Baltimore October 13, 1826 at the installation of the Reverend John Breckinridge as colleague with the Reverend John Glendy, D.D., in the pastoral charge of the said church11ocn012968414mix1.00Breckinridge familyBreckinridge family papersRecords and correspondenceThis collection consists of some of the papers and letters of three generations of the Breckinridges, a prominent Kentucky family11ocn079279135visu1.00Breckinridge, John, 1797-1841, ClergymanPortraits11ocn049211164mixCorlis-Respess familyCorlis-Respess Family : PapersHistoryJohn Corlis, 1767-1839, was a successful merchant in Providence (R.I.) but suffered misfortune when his ship, Hazard, was seized by the Spanish governor at Valparaiso, Chile, in 1801. Financial difficulties resulting from the Hazard and other unsound investments drove him to leave Rhode Island for Bourbon County (Ky.) in 1816. Correspondence includes early letters, 1787-1799, discussing his and Robert Murray's trading efforts along the North Carolina coast; letters, 1801-1815, discussing his international trading efforts and the ill fated voyage of the Hazard; letters, 1816-1839, discussing his and his family's efforts to establish a farm in Kentucky, finances, daily routines, family matters, and John Corlis' efforts to start a distillery in Bourbon County; and later letters, 1829-1900, are primarily between Susan C.R. (Corlis) Respess and her family, although other Corlis children are represented. John Corlis' business records include accounts, payments, promissory notes, and receipts detailing his efforts as a merchant and international trader in Providence, 1787-1815, and as a farmer in Kentucky. They also include records from the Hazard, 1801-1802, as well as invoices, memoranda, and bills of lading, 1817-1819, regarding the shipment of tobacco down the Kentucky River to New Orleans. Legal records, 1790-1816 and undated, detail John Corlis' handling of his brother-in-law, John C. Nightingale's estate. Records include material relating to his investments in Yazoo lands. Land records, 1698, 1747-1868, include indentures, deeds, and contracts regarding the Corlis family buying and selling land and lots in Rhode Island and in Providence; the Corlis and Respess families purchase of land in Bourbon County (Ky.), 1812-1816; and later deeds and indentures regarding land purchased by the Respess family in Boone and Kenton counties in Kentucky. Collection also includes John Corlis' commission, 5 Nov. 1792, in the Rhode Island militia; broadsides; recipes and a recipe book; Elizabeth Corlis' poetry book; essays; newspaper clippings; family records from the Respess family Bible; and other miscellaneous genealogical information11ocn070979973mix1.00Baird, Samuel JSamuel J. Baird papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and miscellaneous material relating to Presbyterian Church affairs and doctrinal questions, the work of the American Bible Society in Virginia (1865-1875), and the Baird family. Includes letters concerning Baird's efforts to minister to soldiers and to assist wounded soldiers and prisoners during the Civil War. Correspondents include James W. Alexander, E. Thompson Baird, Thomas Dickson Baird, William Logan Baird, Henry A. Boardman, John Breckinridge, Robert J. Breckinridge, William C. Cattell, Jeremiah Chamberlain, John T. Duffield, Robert Smith Finley, P.D. Gurley, Mark Hopkins, George Howe, Edward P. Humphrey, Richard McIlwaine, John Miller, John W. Nevins, Theodore Sutton Parvin, William S. Plummer, Stacy G. Potts, Hugh Reid, Stuart Robinson, William Greenough Thayer Shedd, Henry B. Smith, William B. Sprague, William J.R. Taylor, T.D. Witherspoon, and James Wood+-+2464111896+-+2464111896Fri Mar 21 15:09:53 EDT 2014batch17826