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An inquiry into the privilege and duty of the Christian church, in the exercise of sacred praise

Baird, Thomas Dickson, pastor of the Presbyterian congregation of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, 1773-1839

Published by printed by Eichbaum and Johnston, Pittsburgh (1825)

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Item Description: printed by Eichbaum and Johnston, Pittsburgh, 1825. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Full-leather hardcover binding is still holding strong and tight. The interior is clean except for some scribbling on the rear pastedown. The text is clean and unmarked with scattered foxing. NOT ex-library. Bookseller Inventory # 003081

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An inquiry into the privilege and duty of the Christian church, in the exercise of sacred praise :

Baird, Thomas Dickson, pastor of the Presbyterian congregation of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, 1773-1839.

Published by Pittsburgh: printed by Eichbaum and Johnston, 1825. (1825)

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Item Description: Pittsburgh: printed by Eichbaum and Johnston, 1825., 1825. Worn rubbed calf, covers and early pages detached. xxi, [23]-172, [2] p. (advt. and errata on last leaf); 17.5 cm. (American imprints 19499) [title continues] a chronology and history of scripture songs from the creation; an enlarged review of the ancient and modern history of the psalmody of the Christian church; and an examination of "An apology for the book of Psalms," by Gilbert M'Master, A.M. -- On pages 130-31 Baird printed for comparison nine versions of Psalm 18,9-10 by Sternhold & Hopkins, New-England version, Rouse, Barton, Ford, Tate & Brady, Psalterium Americanum, Watts, C.M., and Davis. `My own opinion is, that we have not yet that version, we ought to have. Until something of that kind is accomplished, we must use those we have; and for all the errors the most vigilant enemies of Watts have discovered, I do not see the danger of using it.' (p. 171). Binding is Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 003639

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