3 edition of The second annual report of the Philadelphia Female Tract Society, for the year 1817 found in the catalog.
The second annual report of the Philadelphia Female Tract Society, for the year 1817
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The first annual report of the Religious Tract Society of Baltimore, for the year, ending May, Published: () Address of the editorial committee of the Catholic Tract Society of Baltimore, to the public to which is appended an extract from the Confessions of St.
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Adopted at the formation of The second annual report of the Philadelphia Female Tract Society society, in Philadelphia, on the 4th day of December, () Annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society: by the executive committee, for the year ending May 1, () available in print.
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Additionally volumes were not published between and and Methodist Tract Society. Another ministry with far-reaching consequences for the entire church was the approval of a new tract society for the station in.
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The business meeting of the American Tract Society was held yesterday, at 9 o'clock, A.M., in Dr. HUTTON'S Church. In the absence of the President, Hon. The New York Religious Tract Society. The first brief report of this Society, February,signed by the Rev. Alexander M'Leod, Corresponding Secretary, states that it was formed twelve months before, and that in April,it "purchased from the former Tract Society the remainder of their stock on hand," consisting of 7, copies of Nos.
1 to 11, which numbers. called "Farewell" and signed by "Ada," one of the members of this society, appeared in the Liberator for J 16 In October of the same year, an "Address to the Female Literary Association of Philadelphia on their First Anniversary" by a member was published in the Liberator.
17 There appeared also in the Liberator for January 2, The third report of the Female Bible Society of Philadelphia:read before the Society, Ma with an appendix, and a list of new subscribers and benefactors.
Philadelphia:W. Fry, printer, 18 p. ;24 cm. Item is the Fifth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society published in by Merrihew and Thompson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The final page includes a list of officers for which has been edited in pencil. President Sarah Pugh, Vice President Huldah Justice, Recording Secretary Anna M. Hopper (edited to read Susan Haydon?), Corresponding.
Fifth semi-annual report of the Ladies' Aid Society of Philadelphia: with letters and extracts of letters from the Secretary of the society, written from various places while attending to the sick and wounded of the Union Army. by Ladies Aid Society of Philadelphia.
() available in print. Cincinnati: Western Tract and Book Society, [ca. ] This is an early edition of the first book written by Isabella Alden ().
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In woman suffrage pioneer Susan B. Anthony () donated her personal library to the Library of Congress. Old First Reformed Church Records, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Text converted and EAD tagging done by HSP staff, February ENG Old First Reformed Church Records, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania English The Old First Reformed Church of Philadelphia was founded as the German Reformed Church of Philadelphia in Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society The Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society ceased publication with volumepart 2, dated October The Society's journal has been a source for articles, bibliographies, and tools for scholarship within the general area of American history and culture through I have what I think is an original signed copy of the 14th “Annual Report” Of the Bureau of Ethnology; by J.W.
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The additional tract societies of Great Britain, aside from merely local organizations, are not numerous. The following are the principal: The Religious Tract and Book Society of Scotland (Edinburgh). The primary organization of this society dates back to It is not a publishing society, and for many years had a feeble existence.
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Philadelphia, Furniture, and the Pennsylvania Germans: A Reevaluation. FIRE. Jacob Hiltzheimer heard the alarm while visiting a neighbor on the evening of Decem About eight o’clock, the wife of Quaker merchant Henry Drinker was sitting in her back parlor when she heard “the noise of a Fire Engine, and the ringing of Bells.”.
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Bythe Society had financial support from both the city and county of Philadelphia. In the year before, the Rosine Association for Magdalenes, established by Quaker women had begun similar work based on religious ideas, but solely under female management.
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