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The Resource Life and letters of Horace Bushnell

Life and letters of Horace Bushnell

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Life and letters of Horace Bushnell
Title
Life and letters of Horace Bushnell
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
DLC
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1840-1917
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Cheney, Mary Bushnell
Illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX7260.B9
LC item number
C5 1903
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Congregational churches
  • Bushnell, Horace
  • Bushnell family (William Bushnell, d. 1683)
Label
Life and letters of Horace Bushnell
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Preface signed: Mary Bushnell Cheney
  • First edition, 1880
  • "The genealogy of Horace Bushnell": p. [569]-590
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A fragment of autobiography found dimly penciled on a stray sheet of paper -- 1802-1823 Early life at home -- Sketches of his grandmother and mother (written by Dr. Bushnell in 1874 at the request of friends) -- 1823-1827 At Yale College -- 1827-1832 School-teaching ; Editorship ; Study of law ; Tutorship ; Law studies again ; Renewal of religious life ; Theological school -- 1833-1837 Settlement in Hartford ; Marriage ; Duties and difficulties ; Preaching ; The subject of slavery ; The subject of revivals -- 1837-1840 Loss of his baby lily ; Summer vacation at Long Island ; Loss of his mother ; Birth of his son ; Address at Andover and first heresy ; Deacon Seth Terry ; American politics ; Call to the presidency of Middlebury College -- 1841-1845 Degree of D.D. ; Second coming ; Lecture at Hudson ; Death of his son ; Protestant league ; Catholics ; Published articles and addresses ; Letters ; Ill-health -- Journey in Europe -- 1846-1848 Coming home ;
  • Letter to the pope ; Christian alliance ; Correspondence ; Christian nurture and argument for the same ; Dr. Bacon's criticism ; Hartford Water-works ; Barbarism the first danger ; Sketch of Dr. Bushnell, by Dr. Bartol ; Letter to a child -- 1848-1849 Religious experience ; Address at Cambridge Divinity School ; Address at Harvard ; Address at Yale ; Address at Andover ; The book "God in Christ" ; Dissertation on language ; Effects of his views of language upon his written style -- 1848-1850 Letters to Dr. Bartol ; Publication of "God in Christ" ; Reviews ; Letters ; C.C or Criticus Criticorum ; Defence before the Hartford Central association ; Letters again -- 1850-1851 "Fairfield West" ; Meeting of the general association at Litchfield ; Reminiscences of Dr. Bushnell's bearing there ; Fishing excursions ; Interview with an opponent ; Letter from Dr. Porter ; Fairfield West again ; "Christ in theology" ; Dr. Bacon quoted ; Letters ; Litchfield address and speech for Connecticut ; A journey ; Letters ; Exclusion from intercourse with bother ministries ; Dr. Hawes ; Dr. Brushnell's manners in controversy -- 1952 Lectures on the supernatural ; Meeting of general association at Danbury ; North Church withdraws from consociation ;
  • Address of religious music ; Ill-health ; Western journey -- 1853 Review of Dr. Bushnell's pastorate -- 1853 Letters of reminiscences by bishop Clark ; Address for common schools ; Letters ; Controversy ; Letters ; The Hartford Park ; Other public matters ; Estimate of Dr. Bushnell as citizen ; 1854 Private Letters ; Correspondence with Dr. Hawes ; Public Basis of agreement ; Dr. Bushnell's position questioned ; Interpretation by Dr. Phelps ; Last gun of the controversy -- 1855 Letters from New York, Cuba, Savannah, Charleston and Hartford -- 1856 California -- 1857-1858 Return from California ; Sermon of reunion ; Week-day sermon to business men ; Thanksgiving ; Revival of 1857, 8; ; Overwork ; Letter from the North church and reply ; Choice of a colleague ; Publication of "Sermons for the new life" ; Publication of "nature and the supernatural" ; Exhaustion -- 1859-1860 Leaving Hartford ; Minnesota -- 1860-1861 Clifton Springs ; Household Recollections -- Ministry at Large / Edwin P. Parker : 1861-1870 Dr. Bushnell's patriotism and hopefulness during the war ; His account of its causes and interests in its details ;
  • Tribute to major Camp ; Vacations at New Preston ; Writing "The vicarious sacrifice" ; Publication of two volumes ; Article on "Loyality" ; Letter of consolation ; Escape from a fatal accident ; "Our obligations to the dead" ; Visit to the Battle-field ; Publication of "Vicarious sacrifice" ; Address on "Pulpit talent" ; Worship and the diaconate ; Letter to a metaphysician ; Published articles, especially "Building eras" ; The Adirondacks ; Reminiscences by the Rev. Joseph H. Twichell ; "Our gospel a gift to the imagination" ; "Woman suffrage" ; "Our God's thoughts fit bread for children" ; Preaching ; Work to obtain a site fro the state capitol ; His studies of the outside world ; His conversation at meetings of ministers ; The Monday evening club ; Flashes of wit ; His farewell to the brethren of the association -- Closing years / F.L.B. : 1870-1876 Last visit to New Preston ; A deep experience ; Revisions ; Extracts from a correspondence ; First summer in Ripton, with letters ; Notes on prayer ; Work under limitations ; Second and third summers in Ripton, with letters ; "A vacation with Dr. Bushnell", by Professor Austin Phelps ; His manifold interests ; Vitality of his humor ; Publication of "Forgiveness and law" ; Letters concerning it ; Days of peace ; A new work begun ; A severe illness ; Partial recovery ; Last letters ; Gradual decline ; Naming of the park ; Death ; Extracts from the funeral sermon by the Rev. Dr. Burton
Control code
2513865
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
[v]-x pages, 1 leaf, 601 pages
Lccn
03021562
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
frontispiece, plates, portraits
Label
Life and letters of Horace Bushnell
Publication
Note
  • Preface signed: Mary Bushnell Cheney
  • First edition, 1880
  • "The genealogy of Horace Bushnell": p. [569]-590
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A fragment of autobiography found dimly penciled on a stray sheet of paper -- 1802-1823 Early life at home -- Sketches of his grandmother and mother (written by Dr. Bushnell in 1874 at the request of friends) -- 1823-1827 At Yale College -- 1827-1832 School-teaching ; Editorship ; Study of law ; Tutorship ; Law studies again ; Renewal of religious life ; Theological school -- 1833-1837 Settlement in Hartford ; Marriage ; Duties and difficulties ; Preaching ; The subject of slavery ; The subject of revivals -- 1837-1840 Loss of his baby lily ; Summer vacation at Long Island ; Loss of his mother ; Birth of his son ; Address at Andover and first heresy ; Deacon Seth Terry ; American politics ; Call to the presidency of Middlebury College -- 1841-1845 Degree of D.D. ; Second coming ; Lecture at Hudson ; Death of his son ; Protestant league ; Catholics ; Published articles and addresses ; Letters ; Ill-health -- Journey in Europe -- 1846-1848 Coming home ;
  • Letter to the pope ; Christian alliance ; Correspondence ; Christian nurture and argument for the same ; Dr. Bacon's criticism ; Hartford Water-works ; Barbarism the first danger ; Sketch of Dr. Bushnell, by Dr. Bartol ; Letter to a child -- 1848-1849 Religious experience ; Address at Cambridge Divinity School ; Address at Harvard ; Address at Yale ; Address at Andover ; The book "God in Christ" ; Dissertation on language ; Effects of his views of language upon his written style -- 1848-1850 Letters to Dr. Bartol ; Publication of "God in Christ" ; Reviews ; Letters ; C.C or Criticus Criticorum ; Defence before the Hartford Central association ; Letters again -- 1850-1851 "Fairfield West" ; Meeting of the general association at Litchfield ; Reminiscences of Dr. Bushnell's bearing there ; Fishing excursions ; Interview with an opponent ; Letter from Dr. Porter ; Fairfield West again ; "Christ in theology" ; Dr. Bacon quoted ; Letters ; Litchfield address and speech for Connecticut ; A journey ; Letters ; Exclusion from intercourse with bother ministries ; Dr. Hawes ; Dr. Brushnell's manners in controversy -- 1952 Lectures on the supernatural ; Meeting of general association at Danbury ; North Church withdraws from consociation ;
  • Address of religious music ; Ill-health ; Western journey -- 1853 Review of Dr. Bushnell's pastorate -- 1853 Letters of reminiscences by bishop Clark ; Address for common schools ; Letters ; Controversy ; Letters ; The Hartford Park ; Other public matters ; Estimate of Dr. Bushnell as citizen ; 1854 Private Letters ; Correspondence with Dr. Hawes ; Public Basis of agreement ; Dr. Bushnell's position questioned ; Interpretation by Dr. Phelps ; Last gun of the controversy -- 1855 Letters from New York, Cuba, Savannah, Charleston and Hartford -- 1856 California -- 1857-1858 Return from California ; Sermon of reunion ; Week-day sermon to business men ; Thanksgiving ; Revival of 1857, 8; ; Overwork ; Letter from the North church and reply ; Choice of a colleague ; Publication of "Sermons for the new life" ; Publication of "nature and the supernatural" ; Exhaustion -- 1859-1860 Leaving Hartford ; Minnesota -- 1860-1861 Clifton Springs ; Household Recollections -- Ministry at Large / Edwin P. Parker : 1861-1870 Dr. Bushnell's patriotism and hopefulness during the war ; His account of its causes and interests in its details ;
  • Tribute to major Camp ; Vacations at New Preston ; Writing "The vicarious sacrifice" ; Publication of two volumes ; Article on "Loyality" ; Letter of consolation ; Escape from a fatal accident ; "Our obligations to the dead" ; Visit to the Battle-field ; Publication of "Vicarious sacrifice" ; Address on "Pulpit talent" ; Worship and the diaconate ; Letter to a metaphysician ; Published articles, especially "Building eras" ; The Adirondacks ; Reminiscences by the Rev. Joseph H. Twichell ; "Our gospel a gift to the imagination" ; "Woman suffrage" ; "Our God's thoughts fit bread for children" ; Preaching ; Work to obtain a site fro the state capitol ; His studies of the outside world ; His conversation at meetings of ministers ; The Monday evening club ; Flashes of wit ; His farewell to the brethren of the association -- Closing years / F.L.B. : 1870-1876 Last visit to New Preston ; A deep experience ; Revisions ; Extracts from a correspondence ; First summer in Ripton, with letters ; Notes on prayer ; Work under limitations ; Second and third summers in Ripton, with letters ; "A vacation with Dr. Bushnell", by Professor Austin Phelps ; His manifold interests ; Vitality of his humor ; Publication of "Forgiveness and law" ; Letters concerning it ; Days of peace ; A new work begun ; A severe illness ; Partial recovery ; Last letters ; Gradual decline ; Naming of the park ; Death ; Extracts from the funeral sermon by the Rev. Dr. Burton
Control code
2513865
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
[v]-x pages, 1 leaf, 601 pages
Lccn
03021562
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
frontispiece, plates, portraits

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