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55 titles with subject: Tracts.

  • The Act of Faith. No Author


  • Advice to Soldiers. William Royal


  • Angel Lilly. An Incident in the Life of the Child Angel. Mary A. Denison (Mary Andrews), 1826-1911


  • An Appeal to Backslidden Christians. Rev. Theo. Whitfield (Theodore), 1834-1894


  • An Appeal to the Young. James M'Gready, ca. 1758-1817


  • Are You Forgiven? No Author


  • Are You Ready. [For the Soldiers]. No Author


  • Capt. Thomas E. King, or, A Word to the Army and the Country. Joseph C. Stiles (Joseph Clay), 1795-1875


  • "Christ in You". Charles F. Deems (Charles Force), 1820-1893


  • Christ's Gracious Invitation. Archibald Alexander, 1772-1851


  • The Colporteur's Commission: A Tract for the Times, in Several Scriptural Hymns. Henry Keeling, 1795-1870


  • Come to Jesus. Newman Hall, 1816-1902


  • Confession a Fundamental Doctrine of the Gospel Economy. Wm. C. Buck (William Calmes), 1790-1872


  • Do You Love God? No Author


  • Do You Want a Friend? No Author


  • Elizabeth, a Colored Minister of the Gospel Born in Slavery. Elizabeth, 1765?-1866


  • The Evils of Gaming. A Letter to a Friend in the Army. Rev. Jeremiah Bell Jeter, 1802-1880


  • A Few Words to the Soldiers of the Confederate States. No Author


  • God's Providence a Source of Comfort and Courage to Christians. A. M. Poindexter


  • The Great Day of Wrath and of Glory. John S. Long


  • The Great Question Answered. Andrew Fuller, 1754-1815


  • Halting on This Side of Jordan, or, Shall Your Brethren Go to War, and Shall Ye Sit Here? Rev. Basil Manly, 1825-1892


  • How Shall I Live? James B. Ramsey (James Beverlin), 1814-1871


  • I Have Brought My Little Brother Back. W. M. Wingate (Washington Manly), 1829-1879


  • In the Hospital. George B. Taylor (George Boardman), 1832-1907


  • It is a Fearful Thing to Live. A. Broaddus (Andrew), 1818-1900


  • The Life Preserver. No Author


  • Liquor and Lincoln. Physician


  • A Manual for Infant Schools: compiled by S. L. Farr; edited by Thomas O. Summers. S. L. Farr, compiled by


  • Motives to Early Piety. Harlan Page, 1791-1834


  • National Rectitude, the Only True Basis of National Prosperity: An Appeal to the Confederate States. Joseph C. Stiles (Joseph Clay), 1795-1875


  • Peace in Believing. Rev. Charles Manly, 1795-1871


  • Prepare to Meet thy God. [Selected for the Soldiers.]. No Author


  • Prodigal Sons. Rev. Daniel Allen Penick, 1797-1870


  • Receiving Christ. No Author


  • A Refuge from the Storm. No Author


  • The Season of Divine Mercy. T. C. Teasdale (Thomas Cox), 1808-1891


  • A Sermon Delivered in the Market Street, M. E. Church, Petersburg, Va.: Before the Confederate Cadets, on the Occasion of their Departure for the Seat of War, Sunday, Sept. 22d, 1861. Robert Newton Sledd, 1833-1899


  • Shiloh. A Sermon. J. Lansing Burrows (John Lansing), 1814-1893


  • Signs of a Living or Growing Christian. No Author


  • A Sketch of the Life of Capt. Hedley Vicars, the Christian Soldier. Catherine Marsh, 1818-1912


  • The Soldier. An Affecting Narrative of Facts. No Author


  • The Soldier's Bible. William W. Crumly


  • Thoughts upon Slavery in "A Collection of Religious Tracts.". John Wesley, 1703-1791


  • A Tract for the Soldier. Rev. J. A. Proctor


  • The True Church, Indicated to the Inquirer. A Brief Tract for Circulation. John McGill, 1809-1872


  • The Value of the Soul. E. S. Taylor


  • A Voice from Heaven. No Author


  • Where Are You Going? No Author


  • Why Do You Swear? John Nevins Andrews, 1829-1883


  • A Word of Comfort for the Sick Soldier. No Author


  • A Word of Warning for the Sick Soldier. No Author


  • The Wounded Soldier. John Ellis Edwards, 1814-1891


  • You Must Labor for Salvation. David Shaver


  • The Young Deserter. Rev. Basil Manly, 1825-1892


  • 2 articles with subject: Tracts.

  • Summary for Elizabeth, a Colored Minister of the Gospel Born in Slavery. Jenn Williamson


  • Summary for Thoughts upon Slavery in "A Collection of Religious Tracts.". Christopher Hill