This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... was a pleasure to be in her company once more, as well as that of Iier sister, and in this social way to have an encouraging word ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... was a pleasure to be in her company once more, as well as that of Iier sister, and in this social way to have an encouraging word and help bring, perhaps, a ray of life's sunshine. We returned to David B. Bullock's for tea, and to attend a parlor meeting which had been arranged for by these kind friends. In this a service seemed to be required which appeared to be well received, and we closed it with the feeling that it had 1ecn good for us to have thus met together. 6th. It being the regular week-day meeting at Salem to-day, we found quite a good-sized meeting for the middle of the week gathered. A message was given, I trust to the edification of those assembled. Soon after the meeting closed we took the cars for Woodstown to attend the Quarterly Meeting of ministers and ciders, to be held that afternoon. We were met at the station at Woodstown by Edwin L. Borton, with whom we stayed the night. The meeting of ministers and elders was one of deep feeling. I was drawn to extend a word of encouragement to each to attend to his or her individual duty, not to measure our gifts nor the character of the labor given us by those given to another, but simply to do the Master's bidding, leaving results in his hand. In the evening a conference was held under the auspices of the Philanthropic Committee, in which the two topics of the attitude of the Government on Peace and Temperance had been arranged for. Unexpectedly to me, I was asked to address the meeting upon the latter subject, though I had taken some part in the former. I think it was generally felt to be an interesting occasion, and that while there were many discouraging aspects relating to both subjects, yet on the whole the outlook was hopeful if not promising. /th. Attended the Quarterly...Read Less
Good. Octavo 9.25x6.5in. Hardcover, dark gray cloth with gilt lettering, 498 pages. Presumed First Edition. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Pages toned and foxed with wear to edges. Spine yawed, toned, and worn. Bumping to head and foot of spine. Boards rubbed and scuffed with some residue stains. Ede wear with chipping to cloth and bumping to corners.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 498 pages. Book bound in a light brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine, no dust jacket. Frontispiece portrait with additional illustrations. Slight rubbing wear to bottom edges of covers; internally clean, brigtht and sound. B001UA5FNQ.
Good. No Jacket. 6x9. 498 pages, w/some photo illust. An account of his religious experiences and travels in the ministry. Exterior is brown period cloth with title on spine in gold. Interior is unmarked, tight and clean.
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