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GEMS OF TRUTH AND BEAUTY: Selected from the Sermons and Addresses of Talmage, Beecher, Moody, Spurgeon, Guthrie, and Parker. With and Introduction by Henry B. Ridgaway. D.D.

by Albertson, Charles Carroll

Condition: Very Good


Rhodes & McClure, Chicago: ., 1888. pp. 299. 8vo. 200mm. Original publisher's full dark green pictorial cloth binding lettered and decorated in silver gilt. Spine decorated and lettered similarly. Gilt bright on cover and slightly rubbed on spine. Boards and spine clean. Head and base of spine worn. Hardbound. Very good. Patterned end papers. Charles Carroll Albertson (1865-1959) was a minister in the North Indiana Conference; Erie Conference; Genesee (now Western New York) Conference; and the Philadelphia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church (1888-1903). NW61. Hardcover. Very Good.




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