A discourse delivered on the 4th of July, 1828, in Carlisle, Ky. on the subject of civil & religious liberty

John Rogers

A discourse delivered on the 4th of July, 1828, in Carlisle, Ky. on the subject of civil & religious liberty

Georgetown, Ky.: N.L. Finnell, 1828

Wing ZP 883 .F52

Gift of the McCormick Theological Seminary. Catalogued and Conserved by a grant from the B. H. Breslauer Foundation.

This scarce pamphlet was until 1932 in the library of Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is a good example of the type of reading material that inspired those enrolled as seminarians. Lane Seminary was prominently involved in social reform movements like temperance and Sabbath legislation, but it is known primarily for the “debates” held there in 1834 that influenced the nation’s thinking about slavery. Georgetown, Kentucky is 40 miles south of Lane; this is the only nineteenth-century Georgetown imprint at the Newberry.

Acquisition Date: 
2008