THE GLORIOUS THINGS OF THE CITY OF GOD. THE FIRST SERMON (SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY, 26TH SEPTEMBER, 1841) IN ST. MARY’S CHURCH, BURLINGTON, AFTER A BRIEF PILGRIMAGE TO THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND; BY THE RIGHT REV. GEORGE WASHINGTON DOANE, D.D.,LL.D., BISHOP OF NEW JERSEY, AND RECTOR OF THE PARISH. George Washington Doane.
THE GLORIOUS THINGS OF THE CITY OF GOD. THE FIRST SERMON (SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY, 26TH SEPTEMBER, 1841) IN ST. MARY’S CHURCH, BURLINGTON, AFTER A BRIEF PILGRIMAGE TO THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND; BY THE RIGHT REV. GEORGE WASHINGTON DOANE, D.D.,LL.D., BISHOP OF NEW JERSEY, AND RECTOR OF THE PARISH.

THE GLORIOUS THINGS OF THE CITY OF GOD. THE FIRST SERMON (SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY, 26TH SEPTEMBER, 1841) IN ST. MARY’S CHURCH, BURLINGTON, AFTER A BRIEF PILGRIMAGE TO THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND; BY THE RIGHT REV. GEORGE WASHINGTON DOANE, D.D.,LL.D., BISHOP OF NEW JERSEY, AND RECTOR OF THE PARISH.

Burlington: J. L. Powell, Printer, 1842.

Soft Cover. Rev. Doane was the second Episcopal bishop for the Diocese of New Jersey, and an avid organizer of religious education. In 1837 he founded a girls school in Burlington, New Jersey, now known as Doane Academy. This work recounts the first sermon given at its chapel, preached by the Rev. himself. Minor foxing, and some toning and wear to the covers. Orange paperback, with loss to the spine.

Good binding.
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Price: $40.00

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