• Creator
  • Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864
  • Created Date
  • 1809-1864
  • Description
  • Notes by Edward Hitchcock that appear to be intended for an introduction of some kind, possibly for a sermon, religious lecture, or event. In them, Hitchcock claims that while perhaps reading Paul's Epistles to Timothy may be the best course for him to follow, he will not since they are well enough known by his audience already. He writes that he will instead remind his listeners of a few religious truths. The item is undated. Dates provided a... more
    Notes by Edward Hitchcock that appear to be intended for an introduction of some kind, possibly for a sermon, religious lecture, or event. In them, Hitchcock claims that while perhaps reading Paul's Epistles to Timothy may be the best course for him to follow, he will not since they are well enough known by his audience already. He writes that he will instead remind his listeners of a few religious truths. The item is undated. Dates provided are drawn from the dates of the series. less
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  • Lecture notes
    Manuscripts
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