Address on Sacred Music Delivered at the Anniversary of the Handel and Hastings Society, in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, N.J.
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Nevin was both a student and instructor at Princeton Theological Seminary. He began his studies there in 1823, and from 1826-28 he taught in the department of Oriental and Biblical Literature while Charles Hodge was on a 2-year trip to Europe. This address was delivered during this time period. The subject matter is religious, but the address is not a sermon, nor was it delivered in Appalachia. It is nonetheless included in the Library to help illustrate the full range of Nevin’s oratory.
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Appalachia, Pennsylvania, John Williamson Nevin, Presbyterian Church, Reformed Church in the United States, Sermons
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Levin, John Williamson, "Address on Sacred Music Delivered at the Anniversary of the Handel and Hastings Society, in the Theological Seminary, Princeton, N.J." (1827). Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886. 2.
Marshall does not own this book; according to WorldCat, the nearest physical copy is at Lancaster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania. Like all other books published in the United States in the 19th century, it is in the public domain.