THE CALVINISTIC MAGAZINE. CONDUCTED BY JAMES GALLAHER, FREDERICK A. ROSS, AND DAVID NELSON. FOR THE YEAR 1827. VOLUME I. [Presbyterian religious periodical with all twelve monthly issues for 1827 from January, Vol. I, No. 1 to December, Vol. I, No. 12.]

Gallaher, James, 1792-1853, Frederick A. Ross [Frederick Augustus Ross], 1796-1883, and David Nelson, 1793-1844. Calvinistic Magazine Office.

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First edition. 380, [4] pages. Hardcover: H 22cm x L 13.75cm. Original quarter leather binding with blue paper boards and leather corners; spine's light brown calf leather moderately scuffed with heel nicked and slight chipping at tops of joints, spine's black title label retains bright gilt stamped lettering, boards well rubbed with peeling and wear along edges, leather corners bumped and worn. All twelve monthly issues for 1827 present: January-Volume I, #1 (pages 1-32); February-Vol. I, #2 (pages 33-64); March-Vol. I, #3 (pages 65-96); April-Vol. I, #4 (pages 97-128); May-Vol. I, #5 (pages 129-160); June-Vol. I, #6 (pages 161-192); July-Vol. I, #7 (pages 193-224); August-Vol. I, #8 (pages 225-256); September-Vol. I, #9 (pages 257-288); October-Vol. I, #10 (pages 289-320); November-Vol. I, #11 (pages 321-352); and December-Vol. I, #12 (pages 353-380). Errata on page 380 corrects errors in the September issue; Index on four rear unpaged leaves. Strong foxing and toning upon interior leaves with occasional moisture stains; several page corners creased from past fold-downs; old pencil scribbling on front pastedown and rear free endpaper. Past owner's faded pencil notes on front free endpaper, front flyleaf, and rear free endpaper. Red pencil marks on pages 148-149, 222-223, 242, 244-245, 247, 310, and 318-319; faded antiquarian ink notation in fore-edge margin of page 286 with smudged antiquarian ink signature at top margin of page 352. Features doctrinal arguments and religious essays primarily by the magazine's founders with other articles by various contributors including "An Essay for the Fourth of July on the American Colonization Society" (pages 234-242) by East Tennessee College professor Stephen Foster regarding American manumission and Liberia. Presbyterian ministers Frederick Augustus Ross (1796-1883), David Nelson (1793-1844), and James Gallaher (1792-1853) published THE CALVINISTIC MAGAZINE from 1827-1831 and stirred sectarian strife amongst Presbyterians and Methodists in eastern Tennessee, a region well known for pervasive religious rancor. Ross was the most fervent of the three and he earned notoriety for his long spat with Methodist minister William Brownlow, a newspaper publisher and later Reconstruction-era governor and US Senator. Their feud carried on past the Civil War with their acrimony so divisive that they never found unity in their mutual anti-slavery positions. A good copy of a fairly early and scarce 19th century Rogersville, Tennessee imprint as well as an important Southern religious periodical. Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Rogersville, TN: S.D. Mitchell [Calvinistic Magazine Office], 1827.

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Gallaher, James, 1792-1853, Frederick A. Ross [Frederick Augustus Ross], 1796-1883, and David Nelson, 1793-1844. Calvinistic Magazine Office.
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Book Description Rogersville, TN: S.D. Mitchell [Calvinistic Magazine Office], 1827., 1827. First edition. 380, [4] pages. Hardcover: H 22cm x L 13.75cm. Original quarter leather binding with blue paper boards and leather corners; spine's light brown calf leather moderately scuffed with heel nicked and slight chipping at tops of joints, spine's black title label retains bright gilt stamped lettering, boards well rubbed with peeling and wear along edges, leather corners bumped and worn. All twelve monthly issues for 1827 present: January-Volume I, #1 (pages 1-32); February-Vol. I, #2 (pages 33-64); March-Vol. I, #3 (pages 65-96); April-Vol. I, #4 (pages 97-128); May-Vol. I, #5 (pages 129-160); June-Vol. I, #6 (pages 161-192); July-Vol. I, #7 (pages 193-224); August-Vol. I, #8 (pages 225-256); September-Vol. I, #9 (pages 257-288); October-Vol. I, #10 (pages 289-320); November-Vol. I, #11 (pages 321-352); and December-Vol. I, #12 (pages 353-380). Errata on page 380 corrects errors in the September issue; Index on four rear unpaged leaves. Strong foxing and toning upon interior leaves with occasional moisture stains; several page corners creased from past fold-downs; old pencil scribbling on front pastedown and rear free endpaper. Past owner's faded pencil notes on front free endpaper, front flyleaf, and rear free endpaper. Red pencil marks on pages 148-149, 222-223, 242, 244-245, 247, 310, and 318-319; faded antiquarian ink notation in fore-edge margin of page 286 with smudged antiquarian ink signature at top margin of page 352. Features doctrinal arguments and religious essays primarily by the magazine's founders with other articles by various contributors including "An Essay for the Fourth of July on the American Colonization Society" (pages 234-242) by East Tennessee College professor Stephen Foster regarding American manumission and Liberia. Presbyterian ministers Frederick Augustus Ross (1796-1883), David Nelson (1793-1844), and James Gallaher (1792-1853) published THE CALVINISTIC MAGAZINE from 1827-1831 and stirred sectarian strife amongst Presbyterians and Methodists in eastern Tennessee, a region well known for pervasive religious rancor. Ross was the most fervent of the three and he earned notoriety for his long spat with Methodist minister William Brownlow, a newspaper publisher and later Reconstruction-era governor and US Senator. Their feud carried on past the Civil War with their acrimony so divisive that they never found unity in their mutual anti-slavery positions. A good copy of a fairly early and scarce 19th century Rogersville, Tennessee imprint as well as an important Southern religious periodical. Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-02483

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