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Hague, William, 1808-1887 Library of Congress/NACO ISNI National Library of Israel

VIAF ID: 65449974 (Personal)

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Addresses of Rev. Drs. Wm. Hague and E. N. Kirk, at the annual meeting of the Educational Commission for Freedmen, at the Old South Church, May 28, 1863. Library of Congress/NACO
Christian greatness in the minister: a discoursse on the life and character of Rollin Heber Neale, D.D., forty years pastor of the First Baptist Church of Boston; delivered before the church, October 17, 1880, the forty-second anniversay of his settlement. Library of Congress/NACO
The Christian sabbath: its history, authority, duties, benefits, and civil relations. Library of Congress/NACO
Christianity and slavery: a review of the correspondence between Richard Fuller ... and Francis Wayland ... on domestic slavery, considered as a Scriptural institution. Library of Congress/NACO
Christianity and statesmanship, with kindred topics. Library of Congress/NACO
Fanny Graham Library of Congress/NACO
Gospel of John Library of Congress/NACO
A guide to conversation on the New Testament : designed for Bible classes, Sabbath schools, and as an aid to family instruction. Library of Congress/NACO
Home life: twelve lectures. Library of Congress/NACO
Life notes; or, Fifty years' outlook Library of Congress/NACO
Peep at the heart Library of Congress/NACO
A question book on the Gospel by Matthew, chapters 1-14. Library of Congress/NACO
Questions of modern thought, or, Lectures on the Bible and infidelity Library of Congress/NACO
Ralph Wadlo Emerson: a paper read before the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, with afterthoughts. Library of Congress/NACO
Rosa's childhood, or, The influence of principle Library of Congress/NACO
The self-witnessing character of the New Testament Christianity. Library of Congress/NACO
True friendship. A discourse commemorative of the life and character of the Rev. John Overton Choules, D. D., delivered in the Second Baptist Church, Newport, R. I., on Sunday, February 24, 1856. Library of Congress/NACO

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