Strangers & Pilgrims: Female Preaching in America, 1740-1845

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Memoirs, Tracts, and Articles Written by Female Preachers and Exhorters

Bradley Mary. A Narrative of the Life and Christian Experience of Mrs. Mary Bradley. Boston: Strong and Broadhead, 1849.

Brooks Juanita, ed. Not by Bread Alone: The Journal of Martha Spence Heywood, 1850-56. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1978.

Caldwell Nancy. Walking with God: Leaves from the Journal of Mrs. Nancy Caldwell. Edited by Rev. James O. Thompson. Keyser, W. Va.: n.p., 1886.

Clemons E[mily] C. "All Things Made New." The Advent Herald 8, no. 9 ( October 2, 1844).

-----. "And at Midnight There Was a Cry Made." The Voice of Truth 6, no. 1 ( April 2, 1845).

-----. "'Because They Have No Changes, They Fear Not God.'" The Advent Herald 8, no. 5 ( September 4, 1844).

-----. "Death at Hand Instead of Judgement." The Voice of Truth 2, no. 1 ( May 11, 1844).

-----. "Extracts from Old Writers." The Advent Herald 8, no. 6 ( September 11, 1844).

-----. "Faith." The Voice of Truth 1, no. 6 ( March 23, 1844).

-----. "The Final Adieu Versus Resurrection." The Voice of Truth 2, no. 8 ( June 29, 1844).

-----. "The General Resurrection." The Advent Herald 10, no. 5 ( April 29, 1846).

-----. "The Good Old Way." The Advent Herald 8, no. 5 ( September 4, 1844).

-----. "He that Winneth Souls is Wise." The Bible Advocate l, no. 1 ( July 11, 1846).

-----. "The Hope of the Gospel." The Voice of Truth 2, no. 5 ( June 8, 1844).

-----. "If Any Man Worship the Beast." The Voice of Truth 5, nos. 12 and 13 ( March 26, 1845).

-----. "The Jonahs." The Voice of Truth 2, no. 6 ( June 15, 1844).

-----. "The Just Shall Live by Faith." The Voice of Truth 6, no. 1 ( April 2, 1845).

-----. Letter to William Millerú Reprinted in Francis D. Nichol, The Midnight Cry, pp. 478-80. Takoma Park, Md.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1944.

-----. "Lord, Teach Us to Prayú" The Voice of Truth 4, no. 9 ( December 25, 1844).

-----. "Love for the World." The Voice of Truth 2, no. 4 ( June 1, 1844).

-----. "The Martyrs." The Advent Herald 8, no. 20 ( December 25, 1844).

-----. "()f Life, Death, and Resurrection." The Voice of Truth 9, no. 13 ( March 25, 1846); 10, nos. 1 and 2 ( April l, 1846).

-----. "Of the Coming Destruction." The Vice of Truth 2, no. 8 ( June 29, 1844).

-----. "Pilate and Herod Made Friends. Part I." The Advent Herald 7, no. 11, ( April 17, 1844).

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