[BOUND VOLUME OF PAMPHLETS AND TRACTS, 1823-1847]. (1)The Water of Cities, Scientific Tracts, February 15, 1835; (2) Family Lyceum No. 1, Saturday, October 26, 1833; (3) Family Lyceum No. 7, Saturday, October 7, 1833; (4) Striking Fulfillment of Prophecy. No. 310; (5) Letter on the Relief of the Poor. Boston, June, 1847 (6) Tract No. 10. A short treatise on the insufficiency of money...;(7) Tract No. 11. A brief representation of the condition and prospects of a great, learned, and popular man...; (8) Tract No. 13. The following Expostulation with certain men who seem to have crept into the Christian ministry...;(9) Tract No. 14. A description of the present condition, character, and prospects of many of the business and worldly minded men...;(10) Prepare to Meet Thy God! No. 347; (11) Ought I to Become a Missionary to the Heathen? By a Member of the Princeton Theological Seminary. Taken form the American Quarterly Register. Missionary Paper, No. 15; (12) A Call to Personal Labor as a Foreign Missionary. By the Rev. William S. Plumer, Petersburg, VA. Missionary Paper, No. 19; (13) The Advantages of Sabbath Schools. A Premium Tract. Published by the American Tract Society, (4p), 12p., No. 272; (14) Address to the Trustees of the Evangelical Missionary Society in Massachusetts. Boston: Printed by R. M. Peck, Congress Street, April 1823; (15) Mistakes Made by Parents. By John Vaughan. 16p, (4p) No. 296.All bound in quarter leather and marbled paper boards. Edges of covers rubbed. In very good condition.
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