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Practical thoughts.

Practical thoughts.

Author: William NevinsSamuel Finley Breese MorseSimeon Smith JocelynArchibald L DickRufus L NevinsAll authors
Publisher: [New York] : Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New-York. D. Fanshaw, printer., [1836?]
Series: Evangelical family library, v. 13.
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Genre/Form: Grained cloth (Binding)
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Nevins, William, 1797-1835.
Practical thoughts.
New York : American Tract Society, 1836
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Nevins; Samuel Finley Breese Morse; Simeon Smith Jocelyn; Archibald L Dick; Rufus L Nevins; Daniel Fanshaw; American Tract Society,
OCLC Number: 191247100
Notes: With an added engraved series title page: The Evangelical family library vol. XIII. Published by the American Tract Society.
Vignette on added engraved title page signed: Morse del. Dick sc.
The volume contains two titles, of which this is the first.
Frontispiece signed: S.F.B. Morse P.N.A. del't; S.S. Jocelyn direx't; A. Dick sc.
Copyright 1836 by Rufus L. Nevins.
Volumes 1-13 of the Evangelical family library are first listed in the annual report of the American Tract Society in 1836.
Description: 230 p., [2] leaves of plates : 2 ill., ; 16 cm.
Series Title: Evangelical family library, v. 13.
Responsibility: By Rev. William Nevins, D.D. late Pastor of a church in Baltimore.


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