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Authors

Albert Barnes

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Full title: The throne of iniquity : or, sustaining evil by law : a discourse in behalf of a law prohibiting the traffic in intoxicating drinks / delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Feb. 1, 1852

Publisher

The Pennsylvania State Temperance Society

City

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Printer

T.B. Peterson

City

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Publication Date

1852

Keywords

Cedarville, archives, special collections

Document Type

Discourse

Comments

Albert Barnes (1798-1870) was an American theologian, clergyman, abolitionist, temperance advocate, and author. He is best known for his extensive Bible commentary and notes on the Old and New Testaments, published in a total of 14 volumes in the 1830s.

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Source

University Special Collections

Digitization Date

March 28, 2022

Original Format

5¾" x 9¼" paperback booklet, 31 pages, printed recto and verso

Language

English

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