Abraham Coles: Biographical Sketch, Memorial Tributes, Selections from his Works (Some Hitherto Unpublished)

Abraham Coles: Biographical Sketch, Memorial Tributes, Selections from his Works (Some Hitherto Unpublished)

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Abraham Coles: Biographical Sketch, Memorial Tributes, Selections from his Works (Some Hitherto Unpublished)

Abraham Coles: Biographical Sketch, Memorial Tributes, Selections from his Works (Some Hitherto Unpublished)

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CONTENTS.

DEDICATION , Page iii

LETTER FROM THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE , Page iv

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS , Page xv

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED AT THE GENERAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCES OF THE WORLD'S ALLIANCE, Pages xix-xlvi

THE SHEPHERD OF THE NATIONS , Page xxi

THE MESSIAH , Pages xxii-xxiii

"O most illustrious of the days of time! BREATH OF LIFE, NATURAL AND SPIRITUAL -- (From "The Microcosm",) Page xxiv

"God breathed, O breath with heavenly sweetness rife! Into man's nostrils first the breath of life."

THEOPNEUSTY -- (From "The Microcosm",) Page xxv

"O via sacra, O ihrice blessed door, Once hallowed with Thy presence, hallow Lord! once more."

GOD IN NATURE -- (From "Cosmos",) Page xxvi

MORNING HYMN -- (From "Cosmos",) Page xxvii

THE UNSFARCHABLE RICHES OF CHRIST , Page xxviii

THE BIBLE , Page xxix

THE FATHERHOOD OF GOD , Page xxix

REASON AND FAITH , Page xxx

CHRIST SUITED TO ALL CHARACTERS ", Page xxxi

UNITY OF THE ORIGIN OF MANKIND , Page xxxi

THE SOVEREIGNTY OF MAN ," Page xxxiii

CHRISTIAN LEGISLATION , Page xxxiii

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION , Page xxxviii

Columbus.

CHRIST's LOVE FOR CHILDREN , Page xlii

CHRISTIAN LOVE , Page xliii From a letter to George MacDonald.

CHRISTIAN ACTIVITY , Page xliv From a letter to the Rev. Dr. Cuyler.

CHRISTIAN ASSURANCE , Page xlvi

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF ABRAHAM COLES , by Ezra M. Hunt, M. D., LL. D., Pages 1-20

Birth; parents; the ancestral farm; Dennis Coles; Shepard Kollock; "The Recorder of the Times," Page 2

School days; teacher of Latin and mathematics; enters as a student the law office of Chief Justice Hornblower, Page 4

Studies medicine; attends lectures at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y., and graduates from the Jefferson Medical College,Philadelphia, 1835; makes a profession of his Christian faith; settles in Newark, N. J., for the practice of medicine and surgery, Page 5

His fondness for the classics; his marriage; the death of his wife; sails for Europe; the French Revolution of 1848, Page 6

His literary and professional standing in 1849; again visits Europe,1854, Page 7 . . .

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