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1 Bosveld, Jennifer >> Unitarian Universalist Poets, the : A Contemporary American Survey
Johnstown, Ohio: Pudding House Publications; 1996 0944754333 / 9780944754337 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
208 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Pale green illustrated covers, 100 short original poems by noted 20th century American Unitarian Universalists, most previously published. Brief bio of each poet. Appendix lists poets who are available for readings, workshops, or lectures, with contact information. ; Isbn 0614101875. Foreword by Nina Penfold. Cover art by Sandra Olinek. ; No defects. 
Price: 9.25 USD
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2 Carroll, J. M. , with Ross L. Range >> Trail of Blood, the : Following the Christians Down through the Centuries, Or, the History of Baptist Churches from the Time of Christ, Their Founder, to the Present Day
Lexington, Ky: Ashland Avenue Baptist Church; 1979 47th Edition Softcover Near Fine 
52 pages; 16mo (6") 15 cm; Small red softcover, stapled binding, 52 pages, bibliography, b/w portrait of author. ; Complete yet concise history of Christianity and the origins of the many different denomminations, written by a Southern Baptist. ; Originally published in 1931. This is 47th edition, 1979. Edited by Ross L. Range. Introduction by Clarence Walker. Complete subtitle: 'Following the Christians Down through the Centuries, Or, the History of Baptist Churches from the Time of Christ, Their Founder, to the Present Day.' ; Originally written as a series of lectures and accompanied by a fold-out historical chart. This item includes a copy of the chart, laid in. Inside rear cover (bibliography) partly unreadable, otherwise no defects to book. Chart is edgeworn, taped, and has been highlighted with red indelible ink to show progress of Baptist church. Scarce with chart. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Dement, R. S. (Richmond Sheffield) >> Ingersoll, Beecher, and Dogma : Or, a Few Simple Truths and Their Logical Deductions, in Which the Positions of Mr. S Ingersoll and Mir. Beecher Are Considered in Two Lectures Entitled Mephisto-Minotaurus and the Absolute Necessities
Chicago: S. C. Griggs & Company; 1878 First Edition Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
155 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Small hardcover, original reddish-brown cloth, black decor, gilt lettering, dark brown endpapers, 155 + 4 pages. ; Author describes the thoughts of Robert Ingersoll, famed agnostic lecturer, as infidel philosophy and compares them to a kaleidoscope of pretty little bits and pieces, and declares that the thoughts of Henry Ward Beecher, famed Congregationalist pastor, are like a pillar of fire by night. ; Complete title and subtitle: 'Ingersoll, Beecher, and Dogma : Or, a Few Simple Truths and Their Logical Deductions, in Which the Positions of Mr. Ingersoll and Mr. Beecher are Considered in Two Lectures Entitled Mephisto-Minotaurus and the Absolute Necessities.' ; Cloth shows light wear at extremities. Spine is sunned but quite readable. Pages yellowed from age but not brittle. No marks. Binding tight. Scarce. 
Price: 32.00 USD
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4 Giles, Henry >> Lectures and Essays on Irish and Other Subjects
N. Y. : D. & J. Sadlier & Company; 1869 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
394 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Hardcover bound in beautiful dark purple-blue pebbled cloth, gilt lettering and decor, black rules, pale yellow endpapers. ; Topics include: Irish history. Irish emigration. Irish character. Daniel O'Connell. John Philpot Curran. Gerald Griffin. Bishop James Warren Doyle. The Christian idea in Catholic art and Protestant culture. Scottish wit and humor. More. ; The Rev. Henry Giles was a popular lecturer and Unitarian defender in the 19th century. This is the first collection of his Irish lectures published in book form. Published in NY by D. & J. Sadlier & Company. Co-published in Boston by P. H. Brady and in Montreal. Same date. ; Light wear to cloth. Gilt harp and gilt shamrocks on front are bright and sharp. Affixed to front endpaper is an award notification from St. Xavier College, s*gned in fountain pen by E. A. Higgins, SJ, 1886. No other marks or defects. Scarce. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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5 Hodson, Geoffrey >> Lecture Notes, Volume 1 (of 2) : The School of the Wisdom
Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House; 1955 First Edition Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
616 pages; 8vo (9.75") 25 cm; Ex-Library; Hardcover, green cloth, brown lettering, 616 pages, 2 very large fold-out tables. ; Foreword by N. Sri Ram, president, Theosophical Society of India and principal, School of the Wisdom. Authored by noted British Theosophist, director of studies, School of the Wisdom. ; Light wear to cloth. Library stamps and other outrages on both endpapers from Theosophical Society of Detroit. Library number painted on heel. Pages yellowed from age but not brittle. Fold-outs show minor wrinkles, one has small tear repaired with old tape. Everything readable. Binding tight. Quite scarce. 
Price: 36.00 USD
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6 Huntington, F. D. >> Christ and the World : Secularism the Enemy of the Church
N. Y. : E. P. Dutton & Company; 1875 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
82 pages; 16mo (6") 15 cm; Small hardcover (4.5 x 6 inches) 11 x 15 cm, purple-gray cloth, black decor, gilt lettering, dark brown endpapers, 82 pages, brief introduction by publisher. ; 1st edition. Same date. Author's keynote address at Convention of Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, 1874, slightly revised for publication. Authored by Rt. Rev. Frederic Dan Huntington, Bishop of Central New York, a former Unitarian minister who became Protestant Episcopal in 1860. ; Owner name (J. F. Conover, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Janesville, Wisconsin, 1884-1887) penned on front blank page in old ink. Boards slightly bowed. No other flaws. A very attractive volume. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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7 Ingersoll, Robert Green >> (Religion and Atheism) Mistakes of Ingersoll and His Answers Complete
Chicago: Rhodes & McClure Publishing Company; 1889 Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
562 pages; 8vo (8") 20 cm; Hardcover. Black cloth, gilt lettering, 128 + 151 + 92 + 32 + 158 pages plus 6 pages of publisher's ads in rear, including ad for Audiphone, instrument for conveying sounds to the deaf. Several b/w portraits and illustrations. ; Reprint of 1882 original, this dated 1889. Ingersoll's lectures refuted by David Swing, William Henry Ryder, Henry Ward Beecher, Brooke Hereford, Monro Gibson, Rabbi Wise, W. F. Crafts, Arthur Swazey, Robert Collyer, Frederick Perry Powers, Bishop Samuel Fallows, Simeon Gilbert, James Maclaughlin, Pere Hyacinthe, others. (Robert G. Ingersoll, lived 1833-1899, was the most famous orator of his day, a brilliant, openly agnostic speaker who attacked and exposed hypocrisy, intolerance, cruelty, bigotry in all forms, and was frequently attacked by supporters of same, especially the ultra-religious) ; Cloth heavily worn, 1cm missing at crown. Pages quite yellowed. Spine gilt worn off completely. Owner name penciled on front endpaper. Endpapers split along both hinges. All pages attached. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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8 MacBride, Andrew Sommerville >> Speculative Masonry : Its Mission, its Evolution and its Landmarks
Glasgow: R. E. Robertson; 1931 Second Edition Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket 
255 pages; 12mo (7.5") 19 cm; Small hardcover, blue cloth, gilt spine lettering, index, footnotes, 18 b/w diagrams. ; Copyright 1913. This is 2nd edition, 1931. Foreword by J. Rankine Andrew. ; Famous collection of lectures describes the origins of masonry, symbols, lodges, French and German equivalent organizations, secret symbols, conditions of advancement, mission of masonry, much more. ; Cloth on spine worn and faded, very small tear at crown. Spine lettering dull but readable. Gift note (To Bro John Gilchrist, United Craft Lodge 534, Detroit, from Bro John Rodgers, Lodge Leven St John 170, Scotland, 5th March 1951) on front endpaper in fountain pen. No other marks. Binding tight. 
Price: 32.00 USD
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9 Panchadasi, Swami >> Course of Advanced Lectures in Clairvoyance and Occult Powers, A
Mokelumne Hill, Calif: Health Research; 1976 Softcover Very Good+ 
319 pages; 8vo (8.5") 22 cm; Softcover, white plastic comb binding, orange leatherette covers, publisher catalog in rear. ; Copyright 1916. This is a facsimile reprint edition, 1976. Topics include: Astral senses. Telepathy. Mind-reading. Crystal-gazing. Clairvoyance of the past. Clairvoyance of the future. Astral-body traveling. Psychic influence. Magnet healing. More. ; Covers show light wear. One leaf shows small stains from removed paperclip. No other defects. Scarce. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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10 Ross, T. A. >> Lectures on War Neuroses
London: Edward Arnold & Company; 1943 Third Printing Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
116 pages; 12mo (7.25") 19 cm; Small hardcover, red boards, gilt lettering, 116 pages, index, appendix. ; Copyright 1941. This is 3rd printing, 1943. Written by T. A. Ross, MD, FRCP. Topics include: Acute war neurosis. Chronic war neurosis. Phobias. Treatment of patients. More. ; Light edgewear. No marks but small amount of foxing here and there. Gilt lettering somewhat dull but all readable. Binding tight. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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