Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
A memorandum of the family of Daniel d'Estrange and of Charlotte his wife who escaped from France in the year of 1685 in the persecution under Louis XIV and came to America in the year 1688 and settled at New Rochelle in the County of Westchester, then Province of New York
Handwritten letter addressed "To the Friends of Western Yearly Meeting, to be holden at Sugar Grove, Henrick Ct. Ind." Beede praises and salutes the "dear friends, in gospel love, earnestly desiring, with my own self, your establishment and preservation in the Truth on the Rock Christ Jesus.
Handwritten and printed commission authorizing George Robert Bird to be a minister and missionary for the Presbyterian Church in the Sandy and American Fork areas of Utah. The item also stipulates the duties, regulations, and salary of the commission.
Handwritten diary dated from 7 April 1822 to 20 Jan. 1829. Bishop states, "Elijah Bishop is my name, and American is my nation, Elizabeth Town is my dwelling place, and Christ is my salvation." The manuscript documents the regligious odyssey of a man of upstate New York, ranging from a spiritual visionary ecstasy to a time of virtual despair. A few entries are in code, reflecting Bishop's intense concern with the daily state of his spiritual conditon. There are many gaps in the diary.
Contains two manuscripts of Box's book "The Great Teacher," which focuses on the life of Jesus Christ. The two manuscripts are most likely an early draft and a later revision, although the revision is incomplete and missing a few pages. Dates approximately 1870-1910.
One typewritten letter, one reprint from "The Presbyterian Tribune" (Nov. 1940), and one handwritten note addressed to "My dear Fitzroy." The typewritten letter contains the typescript of an address given by Ray F. Brown before the Hymn Society of America and is titled "Organ Accompaniment For Congregational Hymn Singing." Brown complains about the "two of the main deterrents to congregational singing."
Contains materials related to the King James Bible exhibit including a recording of a House of Learning Lecture by Richard Duerden, a brochure advertisting the BYUtv production Fires of Faith, and a gallery guide to the exhibit.
Handwritten confession of the faith composed sometime in the early nineteenth century by an unknown person. The item documents the beliefs of some Protestant group in the United States. The manuscript presents seven points of faith.