Pulpit eloquence of the nineteenth century being supplementary to the history and repository of pulpit eloquence, deceased divines ; and containing discourses of eminent living ministers in Europe and America, with sketches biographical and descriptive by Henry Clay Fish

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  • Preaching.,
  • Sermons, American.,
  • Sermons, English.,
  • Clergy -- Biography.

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Pagination919 p. :
Number of Pages919
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