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Clarke, J. F.
Clarke, James F.
Clarke, James Freeman
Clarke, Jas. F.
Freeman Clarke, James
James Freeman Clarke (American theologian and writer)
James Freeman Clarke (Amerikaans auteur (1810-1888))
James Freeman Clarke (amerikanischer Prediger und Autor)
Джеймс Фрийман Кларк
Кларк, Джеймс Фримен
جیمز فریمن کلارک (نویسنده آمریکایی)
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American Unitarian Association
Channing, W. H. (1810-1884)
Channing, William Henry (1810-1884)
Clarke, Barnabas (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Clarke, Hepzibah (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Clarke, Martha (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Clarke, Samuel (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882)
Fuller, Margaret (1810-1850)
Hale, Edward Everett (1822-1909)
Hedge, Frederic Henry (1805-1890)
Kuenen, A. (1828-1891)
Kuenen, Abraham (1828-1891)
Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Peabody, Andrew P. (1811-1893)
Peabody, Andrew Preston (1811-1893)
Samuel Gardner Drake Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Thomas, John W. (1916-)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Address of Rev. James Freeman Clarke, at Tremont temple, October 1, 1884, and the letter of Rev. Robert Collyer, D.D.
American slavery. A protest against American slavery, by one hundred and seventy-three Unitarian ministers.
annexation of Texas. A sermon, delivered in the Masonic temple on fast day., The
Anti-slavery days; a sketch of the struggle which ended in the abolition of slavery in the United States.
Brief van James Freeman Clarke (1810-) aan Abraham Kuenen (1828-1891)
Causes and consequences of the affair at Harper's Ferry.
Christian doctrine of prayer., The
Christianity and modern thought.
Church as it was, as it is, as it ought to be, The : a discourse delivered at the dedication of the chapel built by the Church of the Disciples, Wednesday, March 15, 1848
Common sense in religion
Discourse on the aspects of the war, delivered in the Indiana-Place chapel, Boston, on fast day, April 2, 1863.
duties of Massachusetts., The
Eleven weeks in Europe; and what may be seen in that time.
Essentials and non-essentials in religion.
Events and epochs in religious history:
Every-day religion
experiment of a free church, "The : its difficulties and advantages"
fourth gospel., The
hour which cometh, and now is ..., The
How to find the stars, with indications of the most interesting objects in the starry heavens, and an account of the astronomical lantern and its use.
ideas of the apostle Paul, The
James Freeman Clarke: autobiography, diary and correspondence
legend of Thomas Didymus; the Jewish sceptic, The
Life and times of Jesus as related by Thomas Didymus
Life of Jesus. A manual for academic study.
Manual of Unitarian belief
Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli ...
Memorial and biographical sketches...
Messages of faith, hope, and love.
new theology, The
Nineteenth century questions.
Obituary of H. J. Huidekoper.
On giving names to towns and streets.
Oration delivered before the city government and citizens of Boston, in Music hall, July 5, 1875.
Order of services at Indiana-Place chapel, on Easter Sunday, April 16, 1865; being the Sunday after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
Orthodoxy: its truths and errors.
Peter at Antioch:
pilgrim fathers: a poem recited in the Church of the disciples, Boston, on the festival of the pilgrims, December 22d, 1842. From the Christian examiner for May, 1843., The
Poems of Jones Very;
Polemics and irenics : an address on theology before the Ministerial Conference at Bedford Street Chapel, Wednesday, May 31, 1854
rendition of Anthony Burns. Its causes and consequences. A discourse on Christian politics, delivered in Williams Hall, Boston, on Whitsunday, June 4, 1854., The
Secession, concession, or self-possession: which?
Selections from sermons preached to the Church of the Disciples.
Self-culture: physical, intellectual, moral, and spiritual.
sketch of the history of the doctrine of the atonement., A
Slavery in the United States. A sermon delivered in Amory Hall, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1842
State of the nation
Steps of belief
Ten great religions : an essay in comparative theology
Theodore Parker and his theology : a discourse delivered in the Music Hall, Boston, Sunday, Sept. 25, 1859
theology of the future and other brief essays, The
transfiguration of life, The
Two ways in religion, reviewed : a letter to Rev. F.D. Huntington, D.D.
Unitarian affirmations: seven discourses given in Washington, D.C.
Views of religion.
Western messenger, The
What the nation asks of Congress and the President