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Holiness Miscellany Essays by Adam Clarke, Richard Watson, Bishop Foster, Geo. Peck, Alfred Cookman, J. A. Wood, E. M. Levy, D. Steele, Inskip, John S.
1 Inskip, John S. Holiness Miscellany Essays by Adam Clarke, Richard Watson, Bishop Foster, Geo. Peck, Alfred Cookman, J. A. Wood, E. M. Levy, D. Steele
Philadelphia, PA National Publishing Association for the Promotion of Holiness 1882 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
This is the original 1882 edition of Holiness Miscellany, with a compilation of eight chapters put together by John S. Inskip and written by Adam Clarke, Richard Watson, and others. This small hardcover book runs 176 pages, and is in excellent condition. The decorative cover is brown cloth and has an embossed design in black. The cover has very little wear. The binding is tight and the boards are completely attached. John Inskip was born at Huntingdon, England, in 1816, and. came to America in 1820. He was converted at fourteen years of age, in 1836 joined the Philadelphia Conference, in 1845 was transferred to the Ohio Conference, in 1852 to the New York East Conference, later to the New York Conference, the Baltimore Conference, and finally, again to the New York East Conference, in all, of which he occupied important stations until his super-annuation in 1873, after which he was editor of the Christian Standard, in Philadelphia, until his death, at Ocean Grove, N.J., March 7, 1884. He was a pleasing and successful evangelist, and in his later years a powerful advocate of entire sanctification. He made a memorable defence of himself before the General Conference of 1852 from the charge of innovation in his pastoral rulings at Springfield, Ohio, concerning family sittings in the congregations. Rare. We provide delivery tracking on US orders. ; 12mo; 176 pages 
Price: 55.97 USD
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2 Mead, Rev. J. B. Manna in the Wilderness The Grove and Its Alter
Philadelphia PA Perkinpine & Higgins 1859 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Blue cover worn especially on corners. Gold faded lettering on spine with angel embossed. Engraving of Peck in front. Foxing especially on endpapers. This book has biographical sketches of several leaders in the camp meeting movement of the mid 1800's such as John Snyder, Asa Brooks, Judd, Warren, B. W. Gorham, George Peck, William Wyatt, J. W. Munger, L. Cole, G. H. Schoonmaker, O. M. McDowall, and Charles Perkins. Very rare. Front hinge a little weak. This book is protected by an archival quality sleeve to maintain present condition. ; 12mo; 417+ pages 
Price: 249.97 USD
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The Scriptural Doctrine Of Christian Perfection Stated and Defended: with a Critical and Historical Examination of the Controversy, Both Ancient and Modern., Peck, Rev. George
3 Peck, Rev. George The Scriptural Doctrine Of Christian Perfection Stated and Defended: with a Critical and Historical Examination of the Controversy, Both Ancient and Modern.
New York , NY G. Lane & P. P. Sanford 1842 1st Thus; First Impression Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Brown leather cover with gilt title on spine (Peck on Christian Perfection) Spine chipped at top and bottom. Has rubs. Slight foxing and faded water stainining on page edges. Corners worn.Front endpaper seperating from binding but not totally. With practical illustrations and advices. In a series of lectures. Fully indexed. George Peck, born August 8, 1797, in Middlefield, New York, and died on May 20, 1876, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He is buried in Forty Fort Meeting, near Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Luther Peck, a blacksmith, and his wife, Annis nee Collar. He and his four brothers became ministers in the Methodist Episcopal Church. He also helped to found Cazenovia Seminary, and became its president in 1835. Later, he convinced local farmers and businessmen to fund a Methodist Episcopal Seminary in Kingston, Pennsylvania, called Wyoming Seminary. After several two year pastoral assignments (two years was the standard in the Methodist Episcopal church at the time), he became editor of the Methodist Quarterly Review, the denomination's primary periodical, and general book editor of the denomination's publishing program from 184851; he followed this with a term as editor of the Christian Advocate, from 1852-53. We provide delivery tracking on US orders. Rare.; Illustrations; 12mo 7" - 7" tall; 474 pages 
Price: 129.97 USD
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4 Thomson, James B Elements of algebra, Being an abridgment of Day's Algebra, adapted to the capacities of the young, and the method of instruction, in schools and academies
New York Smith & Peck 1844 Third Edition; First Impression Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
Brown leather binding is a little loose with back board almost totally detached. Endpapers missing but all pages included. Some pencil markings in book especially inside front and rear boards. We provide delivery tracking on US orders. ; 252 pages; 
Price: 17.97 USD
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