John H. A. Bomberger Library
Bound Volume of Sermons, Discourses and Addresses, 1850-1868
This bound volume contains the following works:
Christ and him crucified. A Concio ad clerum, preached in Grace Church, Pittsburgh, November 18, 1863, at the opening of the first General Synod of the German Reformed Church in America by the Rev. J. W. Nevin.
Letter to the Rt. Rev. Alonzo Potter in vindication of the principle of Christian union for the propagation of the gospel.
The Crowning event: A Discourse on the occasion of the fall of Richmond, preached on Sunday, April 9, 1865, in Christ Evangelical Reformed Church, Green Street, near Sixteenth, Philadelphia, by the pastor, Rev. Samuel H. Giesy.
The Moral character of Jesus Christ by Philip Schaff.
A Catechism of Christian religion; Commonly called the Heidelberg catechism.
Religionis Christianae catechismus Heidelbergensis by Ludovicus H. Steiner.
The Calendar, civil and ecclesiastical by a layman of the German Reformed Church.
An Address delivered in the Evangelical Lutheran Ebenezer Church, Albany, on occasion of the funeral of Mrs. Susan C. Pohlman, wife of the Rev. Henry N. Pohlman, November 10, 1863 by William B. Sprague.
A Discourse commemorative of the late Rev. Robert Baird, delivered on occasion of the anniversary of the American and foreign Christian union, in the Reformed Dutch Church, corner of Fifth Avenue and Twenty-first Street, New York, on Sabbath evening, May 10, 1863 by William B. Sprague.
A Discourse delivered Sabbath morning, September 3, 1865, on occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, by William B. Sprague.
A Discourse addressed to the United Presbyterian Congregation, Troy, February 21, 1864, the Sabbath morning immediately succeeding the funeral of the Rev. Peter Bullions, their pastor, by William B. Sprague.
A Discourse addressed to the congregation in the Presbyterian Church on University Place, New York, Sabbath morning, October 23, 1864, commemorative of the Rev. George Potts, their late pastor, by William B. Sprague.
An Address delivered on the occasion of the funeral of the Rev. William James, in the First Presbyterian Church, Albany, Wednesday, February 19, 1868 by William B. Sprague.
A Discourse delivered in the First Congregational Church in Northampton, Mass., on the 26th of July, 1868, the Sabbath immediately succeeding the funeral of the Rev. William Allen by William B. Sprague.
A Discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, December 3, 1865, on occasion of the death of Mrs. Jemima Prentice, widow of the late Sartell Prentice by William B. Sprague.
An Address delivered on the 9th of August, 1865, before the Phrenakosmian Society of Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, by William B. Sprague.
A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian congregation, Albany, Sunday morning, April 2, 1865, on occasion of the death of Sylvester D. Willard, Surgeon-General of the State of New York by William B. Sprague.
A Sermon preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, October 18, 1863, the Sunday morning after the funeral of Joel Rathbone by William B. Sprague.
A Discourse addressed to the alumni of the Princeton Theological Seminary, April 30, 1862, on occasion of the completion of its first half century by William B. Sprague.
The Faithful servant crowned: A sermon on occasion of the death of the Rev. William T. Dwight, preached in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on Sunday, November 5, 1865 by Henry A. Boardman.
A Sermon in memory of the Rev. Edward Rondthaler, professor in the Theological Seminary of the Moravian Church, and late pastor of the Moravian Congregation in Philadelphia by E. A. De Schweinitz.
How a minister of Christ may both save himself and them that hear him: A sermon by the Rt. Rev. Charles P. McIlvaine, delivered at the consecration of the Rt. Rev. Alfred Lee to the Episcopate of the Diocese of Delaware.
A Reformed and revived Christianity, our country's great necessity: A sermon preached on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 1867, in the Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, by Henry A. Boardman.
What is truth? A discourse preached in the college chapel, Princeton, N.J., September 30th, 1866 by Prof. Charles W. Shields.
funeral sermons, addresses, discourses, John H. A. Bomberger, German Reformed Church, catechisms
Christian Denominations and Sects | Liturgy and Worship | Practical Theology | Religion
Nevin, John Williamson; Giesy, Samuel; Schaff, Philip; Steiner, Ludovicus; Sprague, William B.; Boardman, Henry; De Schweinitz, E. A.; McIlvaine, Charles; and Shields, Charles W., "Bound Volume of Sermons, Discourses and Addresses, 1850-1868" (1868). John H. A. Bomberger Library. 80.
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A volume from the private library of the Reverend John Henry Augustus Bomberger (1817-1890), founder and first President of Ursinus College.
This volume contains a written table of contents and marginalia in the hand of J. H. A. Bomberger.