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Frederic Henry Hedge
Frederic Henry Hedge (United States Unitarian minister, scholar and author)
Hedge, F. H.
Hedge, Frederic Henry
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American Unitarian Association
Clarke, James Freeman (1810-1888)
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749-1832)
Martineau, James (1805-1900)
Noa, Leopold
Peabody, Andrew P. (1811-1893)
Peabody, Andrew Preston (1811-1893)
Smith, George Vance (1816?-1902)
Stearns, Oliver (1807-1885)
Swanwick, Anna (1813-1899)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
address delivered before the graduating class of the divinity school in Cambridge, An
Atheism in philosophy, and other essays.
atonement in connection with the death of Christ, The
Beau, B. F. Frederic Henry Hedge, nineteenth cen. Amer. transcendentalist, 1985:, Le
Christianity and modern thought.
Conservatism and reform.
Discourse on Edward Everett
Essays and reviews.
Faust: a tragedy.
German prepositions.
[Goethe's works]
Gospel invitations
Hours with German classics, by Frederic Henry Hedge.
Hymns for the Church of Christ.
introductory lecture delivered at the opening of the Bangor lyceum, Nov. 15th, 1836, An
leaven of the word. A sermon preached at the ordination of Rev. Joshua Young, as pastor of the New North church in Boston,Thursday, Feb. 1, 1849., The
life and genius of Goethe, The : lectures at te Concord school of philosophy
Metrical translations and poems
national entail., The
national weakness, 1861:, The
oration, pronounced before the citizens of Bangor, on the fourth of July, 1838. The sixty-second anniversary of American independence., An
Our liberal movement in theology, chiefly as shown in recollections of the history of Unitarianism in New England, being a closing course of lectures given in the Harvard Divinity School.
"Owe no man anything." A sermon preached at the Union street church, Nov. 8th, 1839.
Personality and theism.
primeval world of Hebrew tradition., The
Prose writers of Germany
Reason in religion
Recent inquiries in theology
sermon on the character and ministry of the late Rev. William Ellery Channing, D. D. Preached in the Independent Congregational church, Bangor, at the annual thanksgiving, November 17th, 1842, A
Song of the bell.
Unitarian affirmations: seven discourses given in Washington, D.C.
Ways of the spirit, and other essays.
Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship and travels.
Wilhelm Meisters Lehr- und Wanderjahre.
wonderful history of Peter Schlemihl, the man who lost his shadow, The