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Fri Mar 21 17:04:13 2014 UTClccn-n853168350.06Helps over hard places0.731.00A brief history of the American Tract Society : instituted at Boston, 1814, and its relations to the American Tract Society at New York127917834n 853168351964644American Tract Society, BostonAmerican Tract Society of BostoncontainsVIAFID/137807954American Tract SocietycontainsVIAFID/141910878New England Tract Societylccn-n80069046American Tract Societypbllccn-n86135902Rudd, Nathanielegrlccn-n86135901Hyde, John N.illlccn-n84024578Armstrong, Samuel Turell1784-1850lccn-n83130123Geo. C. Rand & Averyprteltstrlccn-nr89013946Cloues, Samuelegrlccn-no93005943Whipple, Charles K.(Charles King)1808-1900inslccn-n87838061Bliss, Sethnc-flagg and gouldFlagg and Gouldprtlccn-n85363390Hitchcock, Roswell D.(Roswell Dwight)1817-1887American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)BiographyJuvenile worksFictionPeriodicalsPoetryControversial literatureAmerican Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)United StatesTract societiesAmerican Tract SocietyTemperanceMassachusetts--BostonCunningham, Eliza,Rogers, Sarah,Christian lifeAntislavery movementsIndians of North AmericaAlcoholismPietySunday school literatureChildren's storiesPublishers and publishingAlmanacs, AmericanBibleSlavery--Controversial literatureGreat BritainBoys--Conduct of lifeSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanMissions, AmericanSchool childrenChristian biographySlaverySlavery and the churchSabbathSlavery--Societies, etcEllsworth, William Wolcott,Parsons, Francis,MerchantsChristmasChild musiciansForgivenessThanksgiving DayTruthfulness and falsehoodBudgett, Samuel,Animal welfareNew EnglandSlaves--Religious lifeGirls--Conduct of lifeImagination in childrenAfrican American childrenAngerFiresBrigands and robbersBrothers and sistersConversionReligious literature--Publishing1814182018231824182518261827182818291830183118321833183418351836183718381839184018411842184318441845184618471848185018511854185518561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318741876188719001966197420002270511677923.8AC1ocn001507313ocn002162131ocn050295398ocn050488564ocn013650278ocn794642839ocn048393466ocn005360166ocn049406131ocn049221165ocn620128392961ocn847833161file18550.90Hitchcock, Roswell DAn address on colportage before the American Tract Society, at their forty-first anniversary in Boston, May 30, 18559610ocn004978757book18580.86Bliss, SethLetters to the members, patrons and friends of the branch American Tract Society in Boston, instituted 1814 and to those of the national society in New York, instituted 1825Controversial literature961ocn847833553file0.88The Christian almanack for the year of our Lord and Saviour Jesus ChristPeriodicals882ocn795892942com0.92Brown, P. HPoor Sarah, an Indian womanBiography852ocn765808412file0.88Weems, M. LHistory of Peter and John Hay606ocn367990388com18550.84American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)A brief history of the organization and work of the American tract society instituted in Boston, 1814525ocn191236504book18620.06Palmer, LyndeHelps over hard placesJuvenile worksFiction452ocn191235837book18560.06Knight, Helen CNo gains without pains. : A true life for the boys.Juvenile worksBiography415ocn002070926book18240.56American Tract SocietyProceedings of the first ten years to which is added a brief view of the principal religious tract societies throughout the world414ocn191236506book18620.07Palmer, LyndeHelps over hard placesJuvenile worksFiction323ocn010150920book18550.07Easy lessons for the little ones at homeJuvenile worksPoetry282ocn191236800book18600.06Sheldon, E. MThe Clevelands: : Showing the influence of a Christian family in a new settlement.Juvenile worksFiction223ocn230201034file18250.98The praying African an authentic narrative202ocn001623813serial0.88The American Tract Society's almanac : for the year of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ203ocn230195693com18240.94Newton, JohnAn account of Eliza CunninghamBiography192ocn019218826book18610.70Songs of prayer and praise183ocn230197981file18230.98Hints for a general union of Christians for prayer for the out-pouring of the Holy Spirit162ocn841406766com0.25Richmond, LeghThe African widowJuvenile worksPoetry162ocn841406948file18590.94Dwight, William TAddress delivered at the forty-fifth anniversary of the American Tract Society in the Tremont Temple, Boston, Wednesday evening, May 25, 1859152ocn841412002file0.90Hitchcock, EdwardThe blind slave in the minesBiography1098ocn085797372file18590.86Whipple, Charles KThe American Tract Society, BostonControversial literature513ocn607392165com18590.84City Tract Society, Hartford (Conn.)The two tract societies and the three Hartford JudgesControversial literature442ocn008049282serial0.90American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Annual report of the American Tract SocietyPeriodicals433ocn085797749file18240.79American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Proceedings of the first ten years of the American Tract Society, instituted at Boston, 1814 to which is added a brief view of the principal religious tract societies throughout the world274ocn013132714book18600.96Tyng, Stephen HAddress of Rev. Stephen H. Tyng : D.D., Rector of St. George's Church, N.Y. : at a public meeting held in the Church of the Puritans, New York : in behalf of the American Tract Society (Boston), May 12, 1860Sermons121ocn021369129book18580.84Tyler, W. SThe men of Issachar, a discourse, delivered in Whately, Mass., November 15, 1858, at the funeral of Rev. John FergusonBiographySermons112ocn003505511book18570.98American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)A brief history of the American Tract Society, instituted at Boston, 1814 : and its relations to the American Tract Society at New York, instituted 1825102ocn003782296book18580.96American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Address of the Executive Committee of the American Tract Society, Boston, to the Friends of the Society with the report of the Distribution Committee82ocn437823993book18430.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Twenty-ninth anniversary of the American Tract Society, Park Street Church, May 31, 184382ocn437823853book18420.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)28th anniversary of the American Tract Society, at Park Street Church, May 25, 184282ocn437823864book18610.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)American Tract Society, instituted in Boston in 1814. Books for soldiers. Testimonials. For the purpose of making arrangements for the systematic distribution of books and tracts among our soldiers, the depositary of this society, Mr. N. Broughton, Jr., visited Washington with samples ... The following will show their views of the importance of the work; also the views of the government at Washington.82ocn437823881book18480.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)American Tract Society. John Tappan, Esq., president. 34th anniversary, at Tremont Temple, May 31, at 7 1-2 o'clock, P.M82ocn438009674book18390.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Twenty-fifth anniversary of the American Tract Society, Marlboro' Chapel, May 29, 183982ocn437823950book18600.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Order of exercises at the forty-sixth anniversary of the American Tract Society, at the Tremont Temple, May 30, 1860, at 7 182ocn437823892book18510.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)American Tract Society. Thirty-seventh anniversary, at Tremont Temple, on Wednesday evening, May 28th, 1851, at 7 172ocn437823936book18580.63American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)A card. "Letters to the members of the American Tract Society, on the tract controversy, by the Boston secretary," having been widely circulated, and copies having been sent in packages from the tract house in Boston, the undersigned, who are members of the executive committee of the American Tract Society having its seat in Boston, deem it proper to state that this committee have had no agency in the publication or circulation of these letters, and are in no way responsible for the views they contain71ocn437823970book18470.76American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Thirty-third anniversary of the American Tract Society, in Tremont Temple, May 26, 1847. At half past 7 o'clock, P.M72ocn437823763book18590.63American Tract SocietyThe American Tract Society, New York, to its patrons and friends, especially in New England. The American Tract Society at Boston has recently dissolved the connection which for thirty-four years has existed between it and the American Tract Society at New York. It is admitted that this separation has been occasioned by the public excitement in reference to the subject of slavery. ... The Executive Committee of the American Tract Society ... take this occasion to announce the course they deem it proper to pursue in that important section of which Boston is the commercial centre, and to present a statement of the principles according to which they endeavor to fulfil their trust.Controversial literature72ocn437823908book18570.63American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston, July 29, 1857. At a meeting of the executive committee of the American Tract Society, this day, the following minute was unanimously adopted:--Whereas, the American Tract Society at New York adopted, at its last annual meeting, a report of a special committee, embracing certain resolutions, which were understood as defining the policy of the society upon certain subjects--Resolved, that we heartily approve of the principles set forth in the said resolutionsControversial literature41ocn843782401book18571.00American Tract Society (Boston, Mass.)A brief history of the American Tract Society : instituted at Boston, 1814, and its relations to the American Tract Society at New YorkHistoryFri Mar 21 15:08:50 EDT 2014batch28961