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Backus, Charles, 1749-1803 Library of Congress/NACO

Backus, Charles ISNI

Charles Backus Wikidata

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The benevolent spirit of Christianity illustrated, 1798: Library of Congress/NACO
Charles Backus correspondence Library of Congress/NACO
Five discourses on the truth and inspiration of the Bible : particularly designed for the benefit of youth Library of Congress/NACO
The high importance of love to Jesus Christ in the ministers of the Gospel : a sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Reverend John Hubbard Church, to the pastoral charge of the church in Pelham, New-Hampshire, October 31, 1798 Library of Congress/NACO
Man's mortality illustrated and improved : a sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mr. Moses Chapin, of Somers, state of Connecticut, who died November 3d, 1793, in the 82d year of his age. Library of Congress/NACO
Mr. Backus's sermon, before the Uriel Lodge of Free Masons. Library of Congress/NACO
The Scripture doctrine of regeneration, considered in six discourses. Library of Congress/NACO
A sermon, delivered Jan. 1, 1801; containing a brief review of some of the distinguishing events of the eighteenth century. Library of Congress/NACO
A sermon preached in Long-Meadow at the publick fast, April 17th, MDCCLXXXVIII Library of Congress/NACO
A treatise on convenanting with God. Library of Congress/NACO
The true Christian living and dying unto the Lord : a sermon, delivered at Long-Meadow, Massachusetts, January 31, 1798, at the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Storrs, consort of the Reverend Richard Salter Storrs Library of Congress/NACO

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