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Protestant Episcopal tracts. 4, Narrative
Bib ID 7542295
Format BookBook [text]
Author
Protestant Episcopal Tract Society
 
Description New York : Protestant Episcopal Tract Society, 1839? 
46 tracts. : some with illustrations 's ; 18 cm. 
Series

Protestant Episcopal Tract Society (Series). 4, Narrative.

Protestant Episcopal Tract Society (Series) ; No. 9, 28, 29, 30, 49, 50, 51, 54, 55, 56, 57, 61, 65, 73, 75, 78, 82, 83 86, 87, 91, 92, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 128, 132, 134, 137, 140, 143, 41, 142, 144.

Full contents
  • The dairyman's daughter : an authentic and interesting narrative, in five parts / communicated by a clergyman of the Church of England, 1829, No. 9 (28 Ann-street)
  • Little Jane : the young cottager / Legh Richmond, No. 28
  • The history of Mary Wood, or, The danger of false excuses / [Hannah More], 29 (28 Ann-street)
  • An important discovery, or, Temper is every thing / [John Philip?], 1830, No. 30 [caption title] (46 Lumber-street)
  • Content and discontent / [Lucy Cameron?, No. 49] [caption title]
  • The two death-beds / [Lucy Cameron?], No. 50 [caption title]
  • The blessed family / [Martha Sherwood?], No. 51 [Vignette of woman in church yard on first page] [caption title]
  • The shepherd of Salisbury plain / by Hannah More, 54 [vignette of thatched-roof house on first page]
  • The novice / Cecil [Richard Cecil?], 55
  • The penitent : a real character, No. 56
 
Notes

Spine title.

Some tracts do not have a title page, but only a caption title. Of these, most have a colophon.

Where no tract number is present on the item, it is taken from a publisher's advertisement on tract number 126, A conference between two men that had doubts about infant baptism, published in 1839, held by VTS.

The date is inferred from the latest date present in the tracts, 1839, and the publisher's addresses. The two addresses present in the tracts are 28 Ann-street and 46 Lumber-street. The Society moved from 46 Lumber Street to 28 Ann St. in 1836, where it stayed until 1842.

Series name and number taken from a publisher's advertisement on tract number 126, A conference between two men that had doubts about infant baptism, published in 1839, held by VTS.

Subjects Episcopal Church -- Societies, etc.  |  Episcopal Church -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.  |  Episcopal Church.  |  Christian life -- Anglican authors.  |  Christian biography.  |  Tracts.  |  Christian biography.  |  Christian life -- Anglican authors.  |  Societies.  |  Tracts.
Form/genre History.  |  Sources.
Other authors/contributors Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. Dairyman's daughter  |  Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. Little Jane  |  More, Hannah, 1745-1833. History of Mary Wood, or, The danger of false excuses  |  Philip, John, 1755-1851. Important discovery, or, Temper is every thing  |  Cameron, Mrs. (Lucy Lyttelton), 1781-1858. Content and discontent  |  Cameron, Mrs. (Lucy Lyttelton), 1781-1858. Two death-beds  |  Sherwood, Mary Martha, 1775-1851. Blessed family  |  More, Hannah, 1745-1833. Shepherd of Salisbury plain  |  Marks, Richard, 1779?-1840. Thatcher's widow  |  Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. Cottager's wife  |  Haslock, J. (John). Saturday night  |  More, Hannah, 1745-1833. 'Tis all for the best  |  More, Hannah, 1745-1833. Two shoemakers  |  Burnet, Gilbert, 1643-1715. Life of Bishop Bedell, Bishop of Kilmore  |  More, Hannah, 1745-1833. Parley the porter  |  Old Humphrey, 1787-1854. Thomas Brown : a dialogue on Sunday morning  |  Marks, Richard, 1779?-1840. Prayer-book at sea, or, Religion on board a ship  |  Old Humphrey, 1787-1854. What will your neighbor say?  |  Draper, B. H. (Bourne Hall). Troublesome garden, or, Employment for all  |  Le Bas, Charles Webb, 1779-1861. Poor-house penitent  |  Johnson, Samuel. On scoffing at religion  |  Cecil, Richard, 1748-1810. Novice  |  Protestant Episcopal Tract Society
Also Titled

Prot-Epis tracts : Narrative

Penitent : a real character. No. 56.

Believer's dying hours. No. 61.

Common errors. No. 65.

Sick lieutenant : a narrative of facts. No. 73.

Poor weaver : a tract. No. 75.

Recognition, or, The deaf and dumb girl. No. 78.

Collier boys, or, God hears prayer. No. 83.

History of Joe Bennett and his friend Thomas. No. 87.

A man overboard, or, Conversation in the maintop. No. 91.

Danish sailor : a true narrative. No. 96.

Light in darkness : a narrative of facts. No. 97.

Happy poor woman : a true story. No. 98.

Fisherman : a narrative of facts. No. 99.

Life of Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage. No. 100.

Lucy Graham. No. 117.

Justin Martyr : the holy church throughout all the world doth acknowledge thee. No. 118.

Records of the church : the holy church throughout all the world doth acknowledge thee : account of the Martyrs of Lyons and Vienne, from the church history of Eusebius. No. 119.

Christian liberty, or, Why should we belong to the Protestant Episcopal Church? No. 122.

Poor cripple : a narrative. No. 123.

Sailor's return. No. 134.

Sunday, or, The sabbath a delight. No. 140.

Richard Nelson, part 2. No. 143.

Lord's day. No. 41.

Richard Nelson. No. 142.

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