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Fri Mar 21 17:10:51 2014 UTClccn-n500410440.63Ten great religions; an essay in comparative theology,0.741.00Memoir of James Freeman Clarke /37841785James_Freeman_Clarken 5004104476233Clarke, J. F. 1810-1888Clarke, J. F. (James Freeman), 1810-1888Clarke, James F.Clarke, James F. 1810-1888Clarke, Jas. F. 1810-1888Clarke, Jas. F. (James Freeman), 1810-1888Freeman Clarke, James 1810-1888lccn-n79034266Fuller, Margaret1810-1850rcplccn-n86023950Channing, W. H.(William Henry)1810-1884lccn-n78085476Emerson, Ralph Waldo1803-1882lccn-n80126060Hale, Edward EverettSr1822-1909edtlccn-n50034513Burns, Anthony1834-1862lccn-n79015643American Unitarian Associationnc-western unitarian associationWestern Unitarian Associationlccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-n85305941Hull, William1753-1825lccn-no97056114Church of the Disciples (Boston, Mass.)Clarke, James Freeman1810-1888Controversial literatureBiographyHistoryPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceSermonsDiariesCriticism, interpretation, etcTrials, litigation, etcBibliographyUnited StatesClarke, James Freeman,UnitarianismReligionsSlaveryAntislavery movementsFuller, Margaret,Christianity and other religionsBurns, Anthony,Hull, William,War of 1812Michigan--DetroitSurrender of Detroit to the British (Michigan : 1812)Church historyAuthors, AmericanLincoln, Abraham,Conduct of lifeUnitarian Universalist churches--ClergySelf-cultureAbolitionistsPrayerChristianitySlavery--Controversial literatureGerman literatureLiteratureCivilization, ModernBiographySecessionNew EnglandUnitariansMassachusettsPolitical scienceApologeticsSlavery and the churchUnitarian churches--DoctrinesSermons, AmericanAmerican Unitarian AssociationUnitarian churchesThanksgiving Day addressesFeministsWomen authors, AmericanTheologyGeneralsAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Prayer--ChristianityMassachusetts--BostonAnniversariesChurch of the Disciples (Boston, Mass.)Unitarian Universalist churchesFugitive slave law (United States : 1850)1810188818111830183518371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191619181919192019241925192619291930193419351937194019411942194919531954195719601965196719681969197019711972197319751976197719781979198019811982198419851986199019911995199619992000200120042005200620072008200920102011201220132014135535731652290BL80ocn003237409ocn197458607ocn003470608ocn013280781ocn656782529ocn728958633ocn793724943ocn191225824ocn458968006ocn006112296ocn793602751ocn006112206ocn006112370ocn006112340ocn236085393ocn505271144ocn230009663ocn505271141ocn006112431ocn003653364ocn671678718ocn166639916ocn656825056ocn696618361ocn7985948381047113ocn001312258book18710.63Clarke, James FreemanTen great religions; an essay in comparative theologyHistory+-+5730390796101641ocn000736688book18510.76Fuller, MargaretMemoirs of Margaret Fuller OssoliBiography+-+235366369654834ocn000072474book18830.73Clarke, James FreemanAnti-slavery days; a sketch of the struggle which ended in the abolition of slavery in the United StatesHistory+-+402804390551650ocn011302985book18660.73Clarke, James FreemanOrthodoxy its truths and errorsControversial literature+-+149163806632443510ocn017946536serial0.70The Western messengerPeriodicals39719ocn011303025book18540.79Clarke, James FreemanThe rendition of Anthony Burns its causes and consequences, a discourse on Christian politics, delivered in Williams Hall, Boston, on Whitsunday, June 4, 1854Trials, litigation, etcSermonsControversial literature36710ocn060721846com18540.84Clarke, James FreemanThe rendition of Anthony Burns its causes and consequences : a discourse on Christian politicsSermonsControversial literature28645ocn004429090book18800.86Clarke, James FreemanSelf-culture; physical, intellectual, moral and spiritual. A course of lectures"Education is made up of three grand divisions. First, Instruction, or, knowledge communicated to the intellect; second, Training, or exercise of the faculties; third, Development, or education in its special meaning, --the unfolding of the whole nature of man. These three constitute Education in its largest sense. Of all this Education, the school and college contributes a part, but a much larger part comes from other sources. Nature educates, life educates, society educates. Outward circumstances, inward experiences, and social influences, make up a large part of human culture. But at present, let us see what schools ought to do, what they actually do, and what they might do"--Cover. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved)28316ocn011216745book18470.66Campbell, MariaRevolutionary services and civil life of General William HullHistoryBiography27615ocn011303050book18430.70Clarke, James FreemanSlavery in the United States a sermon delivered in Amory hall, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1842SermonsControversial literature26538ocn006159985book18540.84Clarke, James FreemanThe Christian doctrine of prayer. An essay+-+50209958962604ocn006173746book18650.79Lincoln, AbrahamSermons preached in Boston on the death of Abraham Lincoln. Together with the funeral services in the East Room of the Executive Mansion at WashingtonSermonsMemorial services25415ocn000198809book18970.70Clarke, James FreemanNineteenth century questionsCriticism, interpretation, etc22223ocn003391695book18810.70Clarke, James FreemanEvents and epochs in religious history; being the substance of a course of twelve lectures delivered in the Lowell Institute, Boston, in 188020328ocn002270033book18730.79Clarke, James FreemanCommon-sense in religion; a series of essays20116ocn011302946book18910.66Clarke, James FreemanJames Freeman Clarke: autobiography, diary and correspondenceBiographyBibliographyRecords and correspondence1963ocn000334630book19650.76Very, JonesPoems of Jones Very19228ocn002561778book18700.84Clarke, James FreemanSteps of belief : or, rational Christianity maintained against atheism, free religion, and RomanismHistory+-+00068007961709ocn000906382book18780.81Clarke, James FreemanMemorial and biographical sketchesBiography16514ocn123390439book18610.88Clarke, James FreemanSecession, concession, or self-possession, which?2876ocn000002510book18910.70Clarke, James FreemanAutobiography, diary, and correspondenceBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence28110ocn000669295book18910.66Clarke, James FreemanJames Freeman Clarke: autobiography, diary and correspondenceBiographyBibliographyRecords and correspondence2332ocn000669410book19540.70Bolster, Arthur SJames Freeman Clarke, disciple to advancing truth1777ocn003453924book19420.86Thomas, J. WJames Freeman Clarke, apostle of German culture to America1381ocn000669664book19570.90Clarke, James FreemanThe letters of James Freeman Clarke to Margaret Fuller672ocn030324986book18780.81Clarke, James FreemanMemorial and biographical sketchesBiography482ocn006112477book18600.90Church of the Disciples (Boston, Mass.)Memorial of the commemoration by the Church of the Disciples, of the fiftieth birth-day of their pastor, James Freeman Clarke, April 4, 1860442ocn003125048book18800.92Church of the Disciples (Boston, Mass.)Seventieth birthday of James Freeman Clarke : Memorial of the celebration by the Church of the Disciples, Monday evening, April 5, 1880192ocn025666877book18910.97Services and addresses at the semi-centennial celebration of the Church of the Disciples : April 27, 1891History141ocn011464975book19100.76Beatley, Clara BancroftTreasures new and old; a memorial to James Freeman Clarke, celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of his birth81ocn024562844book18891.00Peabody, Andrew PMemoir of James Freeman Clarke82ocn438150845book18600.76Responses to be sung in the pauses of an address, written for the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the birth-day of Rev. James Freeman Clarke, April 4, 1860Music71ocn011828573book18650.98Doten, LizzieA review of a lecture by Jas. Freeman Clarke on the religious philosophy of Ralph Waldo Emerson41ocn006110115book18931.00Brooks, PhillipsA facsimile of a few words spoken by Phillips Brooks at the time of the death of James Freeman Clarke : together with portraits41ocn166599672book18480.66Campbell, MariaRevolutionary services and civil life of General William HullHistoryBiography31ocn018179986book19531.00Bolster, Arthur SThe life of James Freeman ClarkeBiography21ocn062143313book18801.00Holmes, Oliver WendellTo James Freeman Clarke. April 4th 188022ocn122656920mix1.00May familyPapers of the May and Goddard familiesThis collection includes correspondence, diaries, financial papers, photographs, and other documents of the two families and their relations. The bulk of the collection is Abigail's papers, including letters from prominent abolitionists, suffragists, and authors, and the papers of Samuel and Mehetable Goddard, with letters they wrote home during their residence in England from 1818 to 1827. Other persons represented are Frederick May, his daughter Eleanor, Abigail May (1775-1800), Samuel J. May (1797-1871), Samuel May of Leicester, Mass., Louisa May Alcott, Ednah Dow Cheney, Lydia Maria Child, Lucy Stone, Julia Ward Howe, and Elizabeth Stuart Phelps21ocn028411265mix1.00First Unitarian Church (Louisville, Ky.)Records and correspondenceCorrespondence, minute books, sermons, financial and parish records, printed and oral church histories, scrapbooks, clippings, and other records, including records of Laymen's League, Channing Club, PTA, and Women's Alliance. Correspondents include James Freeman Clarke, John H. Heywood, and other ministers, church officials, parishioners, and politicians21ocn028414306mix1.00Salem Female Anti-slavery Society (Salem, Mass.)Records and correspondenceRecord books including preamble and constitution, lists of officers, minutes, and information on lecture speakers; charter, resolutions, and annual reports (1840-1845); correspondence (1834-1863); account books (1834-1865); and bills and receipts (1838-1866). Correspondents include Susan B. Anthony, Frank P. Appleton, Henry Ward Beecher, William Henry Channing, James Freeman Clarke, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Frederick Frothingham, Octavius Brooks Frothingham, William Lloyd Garrison, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Lucretia Mott, Theodore Parker, Wendell Phillips, Parker Pillsbury, Charles Lenox Remond, Sarah Parker Remond, Franklin B. Sanborn, Lucy Stone, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Charles Sumner, and Augustus Woodbury+-+0006800796+-+0006800796Fri Mar 21 15:13:09 EDT 2014batch46154