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Bacon, L. W.
Bacon, Leonard Woolsey
Leonard Woolsey Bacon
Leonard Woolsey Bacon (American clergyman)
Leonard Woolsey Bacon (Amerikaans klerk (1830-1907))
Leonard Woolsey Bacon (clérigo americano)
Woolsey Bacon, Leonard
Dates: 
1830-1907
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Avery, Rufus (1758-1842)
Bacon, Edward W. (1843-1887)
Bacon, Edward Woolsey (1843-1887)
Bacon, Thomas Rutherton (1850-1913)
Burnham, Norman Hammond (1848-)
Downer, Avery (1762-)
Griffin, Stephen
Kenrick, Peter Richard (1806-1896)
Northrop, Charles Addison (1850-1931, [from old catalog])
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Anti-slavery before Garrison; an address at a meeting of the Connecticut society of the Order of the founders and patriots of America, September 19, A. D. 1902
battle of Groton heights: a story of the storming of Fort Griswold, and the burning of New London, on the sixth of September, 1781., The
Church papers [MI] 1877
Commemorative discourse on Henry L. Goodwin
Concerning spiritual selfishness a sermon to Massachusetts churches preached to the general association of Massachusetts at its one hundred and third annual meeting, Lowell, May 16th, 1905
Concerning spiritual selfshiness... : J.H. Franklin, 1905
Congregationalists [microform], The
crime against society., A
historical discourse, on the two hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Connecticut, An : delivered before the "Hopkins Grammar School Association", July 24th, 1860 ; with notes and an appendix.
history of american christianity, A
inside view of the Vatican Council, An : in the speech of the Most Reverend Archbishop Kenrick of St. Louis
Irenics and polemics with sundry essays in church history...
law and the law-breakers, The : speech at a mass meeting of citizens of Norwich, held in the Great Tent, monday evening, August 11th, 1879, the day after the public defiance of the law of Connecticut securing a weekly day of rest
life worth living. Memorials of Emily Bliss Gould, of Rome., A
On forcing Jesus to be king; a sermon against state interference with religion and in favor of a quiet Sunday
Sabbath question, The : Sunday observance and Sunday laws, a serman and two speeches
simplicity that is in Christ sermons to the Woodland Church, Philadelphia, The
Three Christmas sermons : Sunday, December 25, 1881
Young people's societies
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