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Hickok Papers, 1822-1875 (Bulk: 1830-1845)
8 archives boxes (4 linear ft.)

Abstract:
The collection includes correspondence, certificates and licenses, lectures, sermons, and other writings by Hickok. Sermons make up the bulk of the collection. Much of the correspondence in the collection concerns Hickok's uneasy career at Union College, from his appointment as Vice President to his resignation in 1866. The collection also contains some correspondence between Hickok and his family, including his wife, Elizabeth Taylor Hickok.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Laurens Perseus Hickok Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items are restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Amherst College Archives and Special Collections

Biographical Note

Laurens Perseus Hickok was born in 1798 in Bethel, Connecticut. His teaching career began even before his career as a college student when he opened a small private school in Bethel. When he was twenty, Hickok entered Union College as a junior. Upon returning home he married his former student in Bethel, Elizabeth Taylor. Through this marriage he became related to Mrs. Hickok's brother-in-law, Deacon Seth Seelye (whose son, Julius Hawley Seelye, went on to become Amherst College's 5th president). Hickok then decided to become a minister. He received no formal education in theology, but instead apprenticed himself to practicing ministers. He was pastor of the church at Kent for six years, and went on to preach at Litchfield.

In 1836, Hickok became Professor of Theology at Western Reserve University in Hudson, Ohio. In 1844 he moved to the Auburn Theological Seminary, where he taught as a professor for eight years. He returned to Union College in 1855 as Vice President and Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy. He became president of Union in 1866, but resigned the same year due to continuing political opposition from a number of faculty and trustees.

Hickok spent the last twenty years of his life in Amherst, where he influenced a whole generation of rising teachers and students of philosophy through his books (revised with the help of his nephew and former student, then President Julius Seelye). Hickok's works include Rational Psychology (1849) and Rational Cosmology (1858). Many of his sermons are included in this collection.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The collection includes correspondence, certificates and licenses, lectures, sermons, and other writings by Hickok. Sermons make up the bulk of the collection. Much of the correspondence in the collection concerns Hickok's uneasy career at Union College, from his appointment as Vice President to his resignation in 1866. The collection also contains some correspondence between Hickok and his family, including his wife, Elizabeth Taylor Hickok.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Laurens Perseus Hickok Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items are restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

[Identification of item], in Laurens Perseus Hickok Papers [Box #, folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library

History of the Collection

Processing Information
Finding Aid:Winter 2002
Prepared by:Sarah Sorscher 2005, Student Assistant
Edited by:Peter Nelson, Assistant Archivist


Additional Information
Contact Information
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
URL: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives
Language
English.
Sponsor
Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Contents List
Series 1: Correspondence



Correspondence to Hickok from others


Box 1: folder 1
Correspondence from Hickok to others


Box 1: folder 2
Correspondence to Elizabeth Taylor Hickok (Mrs. L. P. Hickok)


Box 1: folder 3
Concerning appointment as Professor of Moral Philosophy and Vice-Presidency of Union College (with copies of replies)


Box 1: folder 4
Appointment as Professor of Moral Philosophy and Vice-Presidency (with copy of reply)


Box 1: folder 5
From President Eliphalet Nott, May 14, 1859, and Mrs. Urania Nott


Box 1: folder 6
To President Eliphalet Nott (reply to Nott's letter of May 14, 1859)


Box 1: folder 7
From President Nott (with copies of replies)


Box 1: folder 8
From President Nott - the commitment of College to the care of Vice President Hickok


Box 1: folder 9
Union College Investigation - Resolutions of Classes and Alumni


Box 1: folder 10
Report of Union College Investigation


Box 1: folder 11
L. P. Hickok from Asa D. Smith, President of Dartmouth College


Box 1: folder 12
L. P. Hickok from George W. Stewart and Rev. F. W. Flint


Box 1: folder 13
Union College investigation - Letter from Hon. Alonzo C. Paige with replies


Box 1: folder 14
L. P. Hickok from Samuel Seelye and Thomas Seelye - Congratulations upon the appointment as President of Union college


Box 1: folder 15
Acceptance of Resignation of President Hickok by the Board of Trustees


Box 1: folder 16
Calls to pastorates of Churches (with copies of replies)


Box 1: folder 17
Calls from colleges


Box 1: folder 18
Series 2: Certificates and Licenses



American Academy of Arts and Sciences - certificate


Box 1: folder 19
Agreements with Publishers, Copyright Certificates, Receipts


Box 1: folder 20
American Board of Commissions for Foreign Missions - certificate


Box 1: folder 21
License to preach the Gospel - Eastern District of Fairfield County, Conn.


Box 1: folder 22
American Bible Society - Certificate of Membership


Box 1: folder 23
License to Solemnize Marriages


Box 1: folder 24
Membership certificates - Litchfield, Conn.:


Box 1: folder 25
American Tract Society


Box 1: folder 25
American Board of Commissions for Foreign Missions


Box 1: folder 25
Connecticut Bible Society


Box 1: folder 25
Membership Certificates - Hudson, Ohio:


Box 1: folder 26
Societas Franklin Scientifica Rhetoricaque


Box 1: folder 26
Societas Phi Delta


Box 1: folder 26
American Home Missionary Society (director)


Box 1: folder 26
Certificate of Western Reserve Scholarship


Box 1: folder 27
Series 3: Family



Hickok genealogy and wills of Esther G. Hickok and Timothy B. Hickok


Box 1: folder 28
Copy of Bond from Sarah Jane Hickok and J. Lawrence Marcellus


Box 1: folder 29
Form and orders of service - Latin


Box 1: folder 30
Bankbook - Bank of Auburn, N. Y.


Box 1: folder 31
Life Sketch, and Union College booklet on Hickok


Box 1: folder 32
Tributes and Obituary Notices (with letter from Cornelia Martin)


Box 1: folder 33
Autograph Book


Box 1: folder 34
Series 4: Lectures, Sermons, and Manuscripts



A Course of Lectures Comprising a Body of Systematic Theology Delivered to the Middle Class of Auburn Theological Seminary, 1850-1851, Vol. 1


Box 2: folder 1
A Course of Lectures... Vol. 2


Box 2: folder 2
A Course of Lectures... Vol. 3


Box 2: folder 3
Mental and Moral Science (bound volume)


Box 2: folder 4
Positive Divine Instructions


Box 3: folder 1
The Two Administrations of the Divine Government over Mankind, vol. 1 and 2


Box 3: folder 2
Natural Theology


Box 3: folder 3
Moral Science


Box 3: folder 4
Mental Science


Box 3: folder 5
Doctrinal Theology, Vol. 1


Box 3: folder 6
Doctrinal Theology, Vol. 2


Box 4: folder 1
Evidence of Christianity


Box 4: folder 2
Lecture


Box 4: folder 3
Address to Union College students - Class of 1863


Box 4: folder 4
Lecture 7 - The Sermon in Connection with the Text


Box 4: folder 5
Lecture 12


Box 4: folder 5
Personal responsibility unwelcome to the wicked


Box 4: folder 5
God's Plans Supreme


Box 4: folder 5
John 1.40


Box 4: folder 5
The kind of interest in religious that may be trusted


Box 4: folder 6
Lectures in Outline Rhetoric - Lecture 1, The Province of Rhetoric


Box 4: folder 6
Moses' death instructive and encouraging


Box 4: folder 7
Unfruitful professors useless except in their destruction


Box 4: folder 8
Error is to be met by directly counteracting truth


Box 4: folder 8
A refusal to help the Lord


Box 4: folder 8
Regeneration


Box 4: folder 9
Compliance with Gospel in terms necessary


Box 5: folder 1
Man cannot subvert but may advance the truth of the Bible


Box 5: folder 1
American influences that are changing the world


Box 5: folder 1
Daniel 3.16-18


Box 5: folder 1
Roman 11.13-14


Box 5: folder 1
The strong will


Box 5: folder 2
An address to the pupils of the female seminary in North Granville, N.Y., July 30, 1863


Box 5: folder 2
Divine Truth awakes the hostility of unholy men


Box 5: folder 2
Charge to the Professor of Christian Theology, June 20, 1855


Box 5: folder 2
A wise self-reliance secures success


Box 5: folder 2
God never thankful


Box 5: folder 3
Charge to a Pastor


Box 5: folder 3
Wicked men dislike and good men approve all methods of applying divine truth


Box 5: folder 3
The sinfulness of selfishness


Box 5: folder 3
Public worship more acceptable to God than private devotion


Box 5: folder 3
God's law gives Christian stability


Box 5: folder 4
The difficulties and discouragements of the missionary enterprise, Feb. 3, 1848


Box 5: folder 4
The sin of presuming on the future


Box 5: folder 4
The Church safe


Box 5: folder 4
God uses restraints in his government of the wicked


Box 5: folder 4
The necessity of a wise adaptation of truth in order to the salvation of man


Box 5: folder 5
The free and fruitful activity of thinking men


Box 5: folder 5
The sin of presuming the on the future


Box 5: folder 5
Subordination of all things to Christ


Box 5: folder 5
What? and Why? Prayer


Box 5: folder 5
The full idea of Christianity in human life


Box 5: folder 5
The living activity of thinking men


Box 5: folder 5
Man must advance but cannot subvert truth


Box 5: folder 5
Willful ignorance brings judicial blindness


Box 5: folder 5
God's kingdom taken from the fruitless


Box 5: folder 5
The complete idea of the world's conversion to Jesus Christ


Box 5: folder 5
Theologic ideas


Box 6: folder 1
An education useless from certain defects


Box 6: folder 1
The strong will


Box 6: folder 1
John 16.14 - Seminary 1852


Box 6: folder 2
Error must be met by that truth which directly counteracts it. - Youngstown, Aug. 6, 1839


Box 6: folder 2
Public worship more acceptable to God than private devotion - Nov. 7, 1841


Box 6: folder 2
The insensibility of man to the claims of religion


Box 6: folder 2
Matthew 13.28 - April 1829


Box 6: folder 2
The proper application and peculiarities of Christian comfort


Box 6: folder 2
Psalms 106.15 - Seminary, Oct. 1850


Box 6: folder 2
Missionary sermon, Matthew 6.10 - 1833


Box 6: folder 2
Exodus 24.12


Box 6: folder 2
New Year's Sermon - 1833, Hebrews 11.13


Box 6: folder 2
Amos 7.2 - 1841


Box 6: folder 2
I Corinthians 10.22


Box 6: folder 2
The nature, necessity, and practice of Holiness


Box 6: folder 2
Dedication sermon - public worship more acceptable to God than private devotion


Box 6: folder 2
Exodus 17.11-13


Box 6: folder 2
Psalms 19.8


Box 6: folder 2
Ezekiel 33.32 - June 28, 1843


Box 6: folder 2
Matthew 5.13 - June 24, 1850


Box 6: folder 2
Kings 5.18


Box 6: folder 3
Error must be directly met by counteracting truth


Box 6: folder 3
The necessity of sacrifices and the wisdom of making them


Box 6: folder 3
Influence of the Spirit


Box 6: folder 3
John 4.35


Box 6: folder 3
Genesis 22.1-2, 1824


Box 6: folder 3
The obligations to personal experimental religion paramount to all other considerations


Box 6: folder 3
Personal responsibility involved in the possession of moral faculties


Box 6: folder 3
II Samuel 6.6-7, 1824


Box 6: folder 3
Timothy 3.5, June 1834


Box 6: folder 3
Joshua 53.11, 1824


Box 6: folder 3
Job 9.33, 1834


Box 6: folder 3
Joshua 59.1-2, 1833


Box 6: folder 3
Leviticus 25.9-10, 1823


Box 6: folder 3
Hebrews 13.17


Box 6: folder 3
Hebrews 13.17 - 1836


Box 6: folder 3
Hebrews 13.17 -1846


Box 6: folder 3
Hebrews 13.17


Box 6: folder 3
Eulogy for Leonard Lathrop


Box 6: folder 3
Lecture to the students of Western Reserve College - Rational self-confidence is the secret to success


Box 6: folder 3
It is easy to go down and win - the door stands open night and day - but it is hard work to get back


Box 6: folder 3
The can because they think they can


Box 6: folder 3
Lecture before the students of Western Reserve College - Nature of conscience and its application to human conduct


Box 6: folder 3
Authority a source of moral obligation


Box 6: folder 3
Lecture before the college


Box 6: folder 3
Lecture to the college - the man will be as his object


Box 6: folder 3
"Est Modus in rebus"


Box 6: folder 3
John 17.20 - Kent, Oct. 1827


Box 6: folder 4
John 8.31-32 - Litchfield, April 1830


Box 6: folder 4
Joshua 5.1 - Kent, June 1828


Box 6: folder 4
II Corinthians 11.14 - March 1829


Box 6: folder 4
On Preaching the Gospel, Acts 8.35


Box 6: folder 4
Duty of Hearers - Acts 10.33


Box 6: folder 4
On Christian Hope - Litchfield, Ma 1830


Box 6: folder 4
Deuteronomy 4.9 - Jan. 1826


Box 6: folder 4
Luke 9.57-62 - Kent, July 1826


Box 6: folder 4
The Promises of God - II Corinthians 1.20, Dec. 1828


Box 6: folder 4
Samuel 23.5 - Feb. 1827


Box 6: folder 4
Ephesians 2.20-21 - Dec. 1827


Box 6: folder 4
Ignorance of God, Acts 17.23 - 1827


Box 6: folder 4
John 17.17 - 1827


Box 6: folder 4
John 18.35


Box 6: folder 4
Exodus 19.21 - Oct. 1825


Box 6: folder 4
Luke 20.21 - March 1826


Box 6: folder 4
Matthew 5.6 - Nov. 1834


Box 6: folder 4
Thessalonians 5.6-7 - 1827


Box 6: folder 4
Romans 8.1


Box 6: folder 4
John 5.25 - Oct. 1833


Box 6: folder 4
Matthew 5.3-5 - Oct. 1834


Box 6: folder 4
Luke 24.47 - New Town, July 1823


Box 6: folder 4
Lecture before the Lyceum, Litchfield, March 1833


Box 6: folder 4
Pastoral Charge.


Box 6: folder 4
Lecture before the College


Box 6: folder 4
Charge to a Pastor


Box 6: folder 4
Address to the Deacons - Bud and Wilborne at their induction into office


Box 6: folder 4
Right Hand of Fellowship


Box 6: folder 4
John 21.6 - Litchfield, Oct. 1830


Box 6: folder 5
Luke 9.55 - Nov. 1832


Box 6: folder 5
Ephesians 5.15 - 1825


Box 6: folder 5
I Corinthians 2.14 - On Spiritual Discernment, 1826


Box 6: folder 5
Revelations 2.4 - Litchfield, Dec. 1829-31


Box 6: folder 5
Luke 11.13 - April 1826


Box 6: folder 5
Hosea 13.1 - Litchfield, July 4, 1830


Box 6: folder 5
John 6.67-68 - Sept. 1825


Box 6: folder 5
The Blessings of Believing without Seeing. John 20.29, May 1826


Box 6: folder 5
Genesis 1.27 - Kent 1826


Box 6: folder 5
John 2.5 - 1826


Box 6: folder 5
Matthew 3.3 - April 1832


Box 6: folder 5
Corinthians 15.33 - Litchfield, June 1830-32


Box 6: folder 5
On the Name of Jesus, Matthew 1.21 - New Town, June 1823


Box 6: folder 5
Psalm 133.1 - Sept. 1832


Box 6: folder 5
Mark 10.13 - April 1835


Box 6: folder 5
Matthew 21.44 - Kent, Oct. 1827


Box 6: folder 5
Proverbs 23.26 - 1826


Box 6: folder 5
Decision of Christian Character, Ruth 1.18 - Litchfield, 1830


Box 6: folder 5
Luke 12.48 - Litchfield, June 1831


Box 6: folder 5
Job 33.14 - March 1829


Box 6: folder 5
Hebrews 4.2 - Kent, Nov. 1827


Box 6: folder 5
The Witness of the Spirit, Romans 8.16 - Kent, Dec. 1827


Box 6: folder 5
John 9.31 - College, Nov. 1838


Box 6: folder 6
Zechariah 4.7


Box 6: folder 6
James 5.2 - Oct. 1828


Box 6: folder 6
John 4.14 - Litchfield, Feb. 1831


Box 6: folder 6
Luke 6.19 - Litchfield, April 1831-33


Box 6: folder 6
Ecclesiastes 5.5 - Dec. 1828


Box 6: folder 6
II Samuel 19.34 - Litchfield, May 1830


Box 6: folder 6
Luke 13.23 - Litchfield Aug. 1830


Box 6: folder 6
II Kings, 7.3 - Torrington, Dec. 1825


Box 6: folder 6
II Corinthians 4.7 - 1822


Box 6: folder 6
John 4.4 - Sept. 1832


Box 6: folder 6
Acts 26.28 - Litchfield, June 1831


Box 6: folder 6
Galatians 6.4-5 - Litchfield, Oct. 1833


Box 6: folder 6
Philippians 2.12-13 - Dec. 1833


Box 6: folder 6
Job 42.5-6 - April 1831


Box 6: folder 6
Revelations 2.12 - 1826


Box 6: folder 6
II Corinthians 4.3 - May 1831


Box 6: folder 6
Religion the One Thing Needful. Luke 10.42 - Sept. 1826


Box 6: folder 6
II Kings 6.27 - Nov. 1828


Box 6: folder 6
Matthew 24.32 - Sept. 1827


Box 6: folder 6
Matthew 20.15 - Oct. 1825-26


Box 6: folder 6
Matthew 10.32-33 - 1826


Box 6: folder 6
Ezekiel 18.25 - College, April 1842


Box 6: folder 6
Jeremiah 2.12-13 - 1826


Box 6: folder 6
Hosea 6.4 - College, Special Meeting, Nov. 1839


Box 6: folder 6
James 1.23-24 - 1826


Box 6: folder 6
Joshua 2.5 - College, June 1844


Box 6: folder 6
Luke 12.47 - College, June 1840


Box 6: folder 6
The Doctrine of Infant Baptism, Genesis 17.7


Box 7: folder 1
8 Sermons on the Church of God - Litchfield, Mar. 1830


Box 7: folder 1
Question for Examination on Biblical Interpretation


Box 7: folder 1
13 Sermons on the Confession of Faith of Congregational Church, Litchfield


Box 7: folder 1
Missionary Sermon, John 6.11 - Jan. 1832


Box 7: folder 2
Missionary Sermon, John 3.30


Box 7: folder 2
Missionary Sermon, Zechariah 4.6-7


Box 7: folder 2
New Year's Sermon, Genesis 1.14 - 1832


Box 7: folder 2
New Year's Sermon, Psalm 90.12 - 1831


Box 7: folder 2
New Year's Sermon, Genesis 47.8-9 - 1834


Box 7: folder 2
Communion Sermon, Hebrews 9.16 - Litchfield, Jan. 1830


Box 7: folder 2
Communion Sermon, John 14.28 - July 1842


Box 7: folder 2
Communion Sermon, Matthew 11.28 - Litchfield, Jan 1830


Box 7: folder 2
Temperance Sermon, Romans 14.15 - Feb. 1833


Box 7: folder 2
Temperance Sermon, Timothy 5.23 - Feb. 1833


Box 7: folder 2
An Address before the Litchfield County Temperance Society


Box 7: folder 2
For Colonization Society - July 1832


Box 7: folder 2
On Tract Distribution - July 1834


Box 7: folder 2
Thanksgiving Sermon, Daniel 2.21


Box 7: folder 2
Thanksgiving Sermon, Revelations 11.7


Box 7: folder 2
Thanksgiving Sermon, Psalms 97.1


Box 7: folder 2
Thanksgiving Sermon, Colossians 3.15


Box 7: folder 2
Fast Sermon, Proverbs 14.34 - April 1828


Box 7: folder 2
State Fast on the Occasion of the Cholera, Isaiah 26.20-21 - July 19, 1832


Box 7: folder 2
Sermon for the State Fast, Luke 2.36-37 - 1825


Box 7: folder 2
Results of Sabbath Schools, Zechariah 4.10 - Oct. 1833


Box 7: folder 2
The Importance of Sabbath Schools, Proverbs 22.6 - April 1828


Box 7: folder 2
Lecture on Sacred Music


Box 7: folder 2
Isaiah 60.21-22, Missionary Sermon


Box 7: folder 2
Malachi 3.10


Box 7: folder 3
Psalm 102.13-14 - Litchfield, Sept. 1830


Box 7: folder 3
II Corinthians 5.19 - March 1833


Box 7: folder 3
Romans 7.9 - College, July 1844


Box 7: folder 3
Luke 17.5 - July 1844


Box 7: folder 3
Acts 2.37 - College, March 1843


Box 7: folder 3
Psalms 4.3 - Litchfield, Nov. 1831


Box 7: folder 3
I Corinthians 9.26-27 - College, May 1839


Box 7: folder 3
The Christian's Disquietudes and Consolations, New Town, July 1822


Box 7: folder 3
John 17.22 - Litchfield, June 1830


Box 7: folder 3
Habakkuk 3.2 - August 1833


Box 7: folder 3
Ephesians 5.13 - 1826


Box 7: folder 3
Luke 13.32-33 - 1826


Box 7: folder 3
Hebrews 6.8 - 1826


Box 7: folder 3
Psalms 10.13 - New Town, 1822


Box 7: folder 3
Hebrews 6.1 - July 1825


Box 7: folder 3
Hosea 4.17 - Dec. 1827


Box 7: folder 3
Corinthians 13.13 - March 1832


Box 7: folder 3
Ephesians 1.23 - Litchfield, Aug. 1832


Box 7: folder 3
Hebrews 12.28 - Kent 1826


Box 7: folder 4
Romans 3.3 - College, Nov. 1844


Box 7: folder 4
Jeremiah 8.22 - Litchfield, Oct. 1830


Box 7: folder 4
Revelations 3.7 - New Town 1822


Box 7: folder 4
Romans 7.21 - Sept. 1828


Box 7: folder 4
Zechariah 8.21 - 1827


Box 7: folder 4
Psalms 78.9 - 1823


Box 7: folder 4
Matthew 25.8 - Litchfield, June 1831


Box 7: folder 4
Romans 11.14 - August 1835


Box 7: folder 4
Romans 7.24-25 - Dec. 1835


Box 7: folder 4
Proverbs 17.16 - College, 1841


Box 7: folder 4
Jonah - Litchfield, Oct. 1830


Box 7: folder 4
II Corinthians 3.18 - College, Jan. 1842-44


Box 7: folder 4
Romans 5.7-8 - June 1835


Box 7: folder 4
Mark 8.36 - Sept. 1836


Box 7: folder 4
Galatians 4.18 - Jan 1835


Box 7: folder 4
Luke 17.26-30 - Dec. 1835


Box 7: folder 4
Timothy 5.6 - June 1835-36


Box 7: folder 4
Ezekiel 3.19 - March 1834


Box 7: folder 4
II Corinthians 5.15 - March 1836


Box 7: folder 4
Luke 13.5 - June 1836


Box 7: folder 4
Psalms 4.6 - March 1836


Box 7: folder 4
Luke 7.7-8


Box 7: folder 4
Hebrews 2.3 - College, Feb. 1842


Box 7: folder 4
Isaiah 29.11-12 - August 1836


Box 7: folder 4
I Corinthians 2.14 - College, July 1839


Box 7: folder 4
Acts 5.39 - August 1835


Box 7: folder 4
Isaiah 44.2


Box 7: folder 4
Matthew 11.16-19 - College, Oct. 1840


Box 7: folder 4
Genesis 15.16 - Sept. 1835-36


Box 7: folder 4
The Duty of Thinking More of our Sin and Less of our Virtue, May 1825


Box 7: folder 4
I John 2.15 - July 1836


Box 7: folder 4
John 8.36 - July 3, 1842


Box 7: folder 4
Proverbs 10.17 - June 1835-36


Box 7: folder 4
Ephesians 4.18 - July 1835


Box 7: folder 4
John 8.9 - July 1835


Box 7: folder 4
John 13.17 - Dec. 1834


Box 7: folder 4
I Corinthians 1.18 - College, Oct. 1842


Box 7: folder 4
Ephesians 6.10 - College, June 1843


Box 7: folder 4
Psalms 19.11 - College, Nov. 1842


Box 7: folder 4
Peter 3.15 - July 1826


Box 7: folder 4
Isaiah 59.19 - College 1838


Box 7: folder 4
Comprehensive Evolution in Three Distinctive Grades


Box 8: folder 1
Reason and Revelation, or The Scriptural Order of the Divine Manifestations Undeniably Comprehensive of the Universe


Box 8: folder 2
Questions on Chapters of a Book


Box 8: folder 3

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Subjects
  • Congregational churches--Clergy--Biography--Sources.
  • Hickok, Elizabeth Taylor.
  • Hickok, Laurens P. (Laurens Perseus), 1798-1888.
  • Sermons, American--Connecticut.
  • Sermons, American--Massachusetts.
  • Sermons, American--New York (State)
  • Union College (Schenectady, N.Y.)--Presidents.

Contributors
  • Hickok, Elizabeth Taylor.

Genre terms
  • Sermons.


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