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Systematic benevolence : a sermon preached by appointment before the Synod of the German Reformed Church of the U.S., at Lancaster, Pa., on the 20th of October, 1851, and published by request of the Synod / by Philip Schaff.

By: Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Mercersburg, Pa. : P.A. Rice, "Weekly Journal Office," 1852Description: 32 p. ; 23 cm.Subject(s): Christian giving | Benevolence | German Reformed Church (U.S.) Theological Seminary -- Faculty -- Works | German Reformed Church (U.S.) -- Clergy -- Works | Reformed Church in the United States. Theological Seminary. -- Faculty; -- Works | Reformed Church in the United States -- Clergy -- Works | Pennsylvania. -- Mercersburg. -- 1852
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Item type Current location Call number Copy number Status Notes Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Book *Schaff Library
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BV 772 .S34 1852 (Browse shelf) Available Lancastriana Collection 30092100192674
Special Collections Special Collections *Schaff Library
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BV 772 .S34 1852 (Browse shelf) c.1 Not for loan Lancastriana Collection 30092000404906
Special Collections Special Collections *Schaff Library
Rare Book Room
BV 772 .S34 1852 (Browse shelf) c.2 Not for loan Lancastriana Collection 30092000404914
ERHS Item ERHS Item E&R Historical Society
ERHS BX 9593 .S251 S98 1852 (Browse shelf) Not for loan 30092100965525
ERHS Item ERHS Item E&R Historical Society
ERHS BX 9593 .S251 S98 1852 (Browse shelf) c.2 Not for loan 30092101117886
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Further copy in: BV 772 .S34 1852

c.1. Gift; c.2. 8/3/1994 Gift

Lancastriana Collection.

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