Catalog Record: Annals of the American pulpit; or, Commemorative notices of distinguished American clergymen of various denominations, from the early settlement of the country to the close of the year eighteen hundred and fifty-five. With historical introductions | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Annals of the American pulpit; or, Commemorative notices of distinguished American clergymen of various denominations, from the early settlement of the country to the close of the year eighteen hundred and fifty-five. With historical introductions. By William B. Sprague ...

Main Author: Sprague, William B. 1795-1876.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, R. Carter and brothers, 1859-69.
Subjects: Associate Presbyterian Church of North America > Clergy.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (1802-1822) > Clergy.
Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America > Clergy.
Reformed Church in America > Clergy
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. > Clergy.
Episcopal Church > Clergy.
Methodist Episcopal Church > Clergy.
Unitarian Universalist churches > Clergy.
Lutheran Church > United States > Clergy.
Baptists > Clergy
Congregational churches > United States > Clergy.
Note: The volumes for each denomination were issued also separately with special t.-p.
Physical Description: 9 v. fronts. (ports.) 24cm.
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