Memorials of the Moravian Church

Memorials of the Moravian Church

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ...7. (Sunrlay) He preached from the words, "Seen of/Ingels." I. Tim. iii. 16. Immediately after his arrival he prepared for publication a small selection of hymns, old and new: it was entitled 17irtenliea'er von Bethlehem, enthaltena' eine kleine Sammlung evangelischer Lie/ler. _'7fanua1y 8. George Neisser took this selection to Christopher Sauer's printing-office in Germantown. _'Yanuaz3/ 12. In response to Henry Antes' call, a Synod met in Theobald Enten's house in Germantown.1 ' ffanuary 14. (Sunday) Bro. Ludwigi preached in the German Reformed Church in that place from the words, "Preached unto the Gentiles." I. Tim. iii. 16. jfanuary 16. Bro. Ludwig went to Skippack. yanuary 17. (Epiphany, O. S.) He preached at Wieg "Christoph Sauer was the first printer in the country to print the German Bible. It passed through three editions following in 1743. 1762, and 1776. The sheets of the greater part of the last edition in Sauer's possession were confiscated in the Revolution, and used in the manufacture of cartridges."--Hz'story of the llloravian Chureh in Philadelphia, by Abraham Ritter. Philadelphia, 18177 1-This house still stands on the west side of Germantown Avenue, near the corner of Queen Street. It is of stone, of two stories, with a quaint penthouse overhanging the door and windows of the lower floor. The heavy sash, set with small lights, and the solidity of the inside wood-work, show that it was built at an early day. Mr. Enten was a clockmaker. His descendants, calling themselves Ent, are now living in Germantown. 1 The Count, on his arrival in America, thought proper to substitute the title of Thiirnstein for that of Zinzendorf. His...show more

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  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 200g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236898591
  • 9781236898593