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Fri Mar 21 17:13:26 2014 UTClccn-nr950394670.00Letter,0.731.00Religious liberty : a free church in a free country, non-religious, but not irreligious, Europe and America contrasted and compared, power and glory of a free Christianity, our perils and our hopes, a Thanksgiving discourse, delivered in the Metropolitan Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C., November 25, 1875 /56504103John_Philip_Newmannr 950394673947778Newman, Bishop (John Philip), 1826-1899Newman, Dr. (John Philip), 1826-1899Newman, J. P.Newman, J. P. (John Philip), 1826-1899Newman, John Philip, Bp., 1826-1899Newman, John Philipplccn-n50022865Pratt, Orson1811-1881lccn-n80126151Grant, Ulysses S.(Ulysses Simpson)1822-1885lccn-n88648787Burr, Frank A.1843-1894lccn-n86856955Cannon, George Q.(George Quayle)1827-1901lccn-n81055157Smith, George Albert1817-1875lccn-n80126081Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saintslccn-n80044891Lee, Robert E.(Robert Edward)1807-1870lccn-n80017916Howard, O. O.(Oliver Otis)1830-1909np-smith, george aSmith, George A.lccn-n80021644Methodist Episcopal ChurchNewman, John Philip1826-1899HistoryBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcControversial literatureSermonsTravelPolygamyIraqMiddle East--BabyloniaMiddle East--PalestineGrant, Ulysses S.--(Ulysses Simpson),United StatesPresidentsApologeticsTheology, DoctrinalAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Military campaignsChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsPolitical scienceGeneralsMormon Church--DoctrinesMormonsMormon ChurchBibleLee, Robert E.--(Robert Edward),Thanksgiving Day addressesJesus ChristMiddle East--AssyriaMethodist Episcopal ChurchLaw (Theology)AllegianceScience--Study and teachingReligion and scienceScience--Social aspectsNewman, John Philip,GeographyChurch and stateFreedom of religionAntiquitiesMarriageProvidence and government of GodMexican War (1846-1848)LebanonMarriage--Religious aspects--Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day SaintsPolygamy--Biblical teachingPratt, Orson,ClergyBeecher, Henry Ward,United States.--ArmyConkling, Roscoe,Chesterton, G. K.--(Gilbert Keith),BishopsBond, Hugh L.--(Hugh Lennox),KentuckyVirginia--Charlottesville182618991858185918641868187018711874187518761877187818791881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189819001914196019641966196819761980198419851999200720092011100083188915.6DS107ocn034912107ocn69253880920512ocn001547367book18750.66Newman, John PhilipThe thrones and palaces of Babylon and Nineveh from sea to sea; a thousand miles on horseback+-+875087390519117ocn005201861book18640.70Newman, John PhilipFrom Dan to Beersheba : or the land of promise as it now appears, including a description of the boundaries, topography, agriculture, antiquities, cities, and present inhabitants of that wonderful land8714ocn085890550book18740.93Pratt, OrsonGreat discussion!--Does the Bible sanction polygamy! held in the new tabernacle, at Salt Lake City, August 12th, 1870, before assembled thousands7920ocn010880691book18850.66Burr, Frank AA new, original and authentic record of the life and deeds of General U.S. Grant : containing a full history of his early life ...HistoryBiography556ocn015134031book18830.76Newman, John PhilipChristianity triumphant : its defensive and aggressive victoriesHistory302ocn005530822book18760.81Pratt, OrsonThe Bible & polygamy. Does the Bible sanction polygamy? A discussion between Professor Orson Pratt and Rev. Doctor J.P. Newman in the new Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, August 12, 13, and 14, 1870.282ocn003690776book18950.56Odell, Samuel WThe lives and campaigns of Grant and Lee. A comparison and contrast of the deeds and characters of the two great leaders in the civil war254ocn008704531book18900.66Newman, John PhilipSupremacy of law252ocn004822278book19000.66Newman, John PhilipConversations with Christ247ocn780203529book18740.96Pratt, OrsonThe Bible & polygamy Does the Bible sanction polygamy? A discussion between Professor Orson Pratt, one of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and Rev. Doctor J.P. Newman, Chaplain of the United States Senate, in the new Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, August 12, 13, and 14, 1870. : To which is added three sermons on the same subject, by Prest. George A. Smith, and Elders Orson Pratt and George Q. CannonCriticism, interpretation, etcControversial literature232ocn004629477book18850.56Burr, Frank AAn original and authentic record of the life and deeds of General Ulysses S. Grant. The complete story of the man, the soldier and the statesmanHistoryBiography202ocn654470533file18860.73Newman, John Philip"America for Americans!" the typical American : Thanksgiving sermon of Rev. John P. Newman at Metropolitan M.E. Church, Washington, D.C., Thursday, November 25th, 1886201ocn016136420book18770.95Pratt, OrsonThe Bible & polygamy, does the Bible sanction polygamy? a discussion between Professor Orson Pratt ... and Rev. Doctor J.P. Newman ... in the new tabernacle, Salt Lake City, August 12, 13 and 14, 1870, to which are added three sermons on the same subject by Prest. George A. Smith and Elders Orson Pratt and George Q. Cannon163ocn656712368com18760.76Newman, John PhilipSermons152ocn023328336book18810.95Newman, John PhilipThe beneficence of science : an address delivered at the annual commencement of the University of Michigan, Thursday, June 30, 1881144ocn006807250book18700.88NewmanA sermon on plural marriage133ocn039831316book18700.93Newman, John PhilipA sermon by the Rev. Dr. Newman, paster of the Metropolitan Methodist Church, on plural marriage. To which is added An answer / by Orson Pratt82ocn012863247book18751.00Newman, John PhilipReligious liberty : a free church in a free country, non-religious, but not irreligious, Europe and America contrasted and compared, power and glory of a free Christianity, our perils and our hopes, a Thanksgiving discourse, delivered in the Metropolitan Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C., November 25, 1875Sermons62ocn018137387book18740.95Pratt, OrsonThe Bible & polygamy does the Bible sanction polygamy? A discussion between Professor Orson Pratt ... and Rev. Doctor J.P. Newman ... in the new Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, August 12, 13, and 14, 1870. To which is added three sermons on the same subject62ocn645408980com18920.73Newman, John PhilipMission of science ... before the Northwestern university. Commencement, June 16, 189221ocn041708556book18960.47Newman, John PhilipAurora borealis, amid the icebergs of Greenland's mountains23ocn367487068book19601.00Hatch, Robert DuaneThe Pratt-Newman debate11ocn045277280book19990.47Vida llena de sentido : homenaje al profesor Emilio Komar11ocn144642583art19840.10Newman, John Philip, M. E. bishop11ocn773169843visu18841.00Gillam, BernhardPuck's plan to relieve the country of two embarrassments - give Grant the surplus, and let him spend it on a little court of his ownIllustration shows Ulysses S. Grant as a king sitting on a throne, surrounded by his courtiers, identified as Rev. J.P. Newman, Henry Ward Beecher, Roscoe Conkling, Jay Gould, George W. Childs, William Belknap, G. Jones, Senator John P. Jones, Simon Cameron, James Donald Cameron, James D. Fish, John A. Logan, T.C. Platt, George M. Robeson, [and] Joseph W. Keifer". The unidentified man standing behind Logan may be Ferdinand Ward. At center is a large cushion covered with coins labeled "$150,000,000 Surplus - Result of Over-Taxation". In the background is a standard that states "Glory to the Ex-Decoy for Grant & Ward"11ocn162030799art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamNewman, John Philip11ocn647879764mix1.00Papers of the Barney, Cooke, McClew and Neilson familiesHistoryChurch historyPersonal narrativesDramaThere are comments on the Presidential election of 1868, travel on the steamer "Jay Cooke, " her father's fishing, and family productions of "Cricket on the hearth." There are very brief mentions of Julia Grant, Hugh Lenox Bond, Benjamin Butler, Lewis B. Gunckel, and John H. Martindale11ocn041223039mix1.00Newman, John PhilipPapersLetter of John Philip Newman, a Methodist minister and later bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, to a fellow clergyman concerning his personal financial affairs and the prospects for the reunion of the divided Methodist Episcopal Church11ocn017997130book1879Porter, David DLetterLetter signed of Porter to Rev. J.P. Newman, January 6, 1879, Washington, D.C., regarding the appointment of an ordinary seaman11ocn859814200book18701.00Newman, John PhilipCorrespondence between Reverend Dr. J.P. Newman, Pastor of the Metropolitan Methodist, Washington, D.C., and Brigham Young, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsRecords and correspondence11ocn019051398visu1.00Rev. Dr. Jno. P. Newman pastor Metropolitan M.E. ChurchPortraitsSeated portrait of Newman, chaplain of the U.S. Senate, 1869-1874, and pastor of the Washington Metropolitan M.E. Church, 1869-1879, and 1885-188711ocn038329590book1877Newman, John PhilipImmutability of Christ : sermons of Rev. J.P. Newman, D.D., Metropolitan M.E. Church, Washington, D.CSermons01ocn034342713book[Guides to the collections of the Commission on Archives and History of the United Methodist Church]BiographyBibliography+-+8750873905+-+8750873905Fri Mar 21 16:03:26 EDT 2014batch20288