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A "Tract for Our Times"
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A hard hitting defense of the Traditional Church in the Spirit of the mid-nineteenth century Tractarians. It begins by first attacking the basic scientific falsehoods that have shaped modern society,... More > then quickly moves to reestablish the basis of Traditional philosophy and reason. It shows that Existentialism, while often sold as a spiritual 'wisdom', is actually the first Sin in disguise.< Less
"Thelemic Society" is a bilingual English/Portuguese reprinting of the essays "Of the Political Aims" and "Thelemic Political Morality", part of the rare "Tracts on... More > Aquarian Masonry" series of pamphlets published by Marcelo Ramos Motta in the 1980's.
Long out of print, and very difficult to obtain in the United States, these essays provide valuable contributions towards the ongoing dialogue of what constitutes a Thelemic Society.< Less
Boulder Genealogical Society Quarterly 1983 Edition
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Vol 15, No 1, Feb 1983; Letter from The Library of Congress, Washington DC; Early Settlers–Cowie; Naturalization Records of Boulder; Lafayette Cemetery; Central City Opera House Chair Names;... More > Letter Wheeler Cty, NE Homesteader, Sarah Ann Olds Johnson; Letters to Richard Kerr; Richard Gildersleeve;
Vol 15, No 2, May 1983; Boulder County IOOF Lodges; Nafe and Barnes Bible Records; Descendants Ford Family of Scotland; Civil War Letters-Alfred Nathan Trousdale; Research in Newspapers; Checking Church Records;
Vol 15, No 3, Aug 1983; Early Settlers–Pancost; Lafayette Cemetery Records; Fiske and Bounds Bible Records; Robert Campell Estate Sale, Gibson County, TN, 1858; French Surnames, Francic J. Geck; French-Canadian Translation of Surnames; Recollections of Cordelia Hellyer Williams, Age 95
Vol 15, No 4, Nov 1983; Early Settlers–Gould; The Refugee Tract; Historical Sketch of an Allegheny County, PA Church; Census Microfilm; Will of Amos Fiske, Suffold, England< Less
The Fugitive Slave Law and It's Victims (Illustrated)
The Fugitive Slave Law was enacted by Congress in September, 1850,
received the signature of HOWELL COBB, [of Georgia,] as Speaker of
the House of Representatives, of WILLIAM R. KING, [of Alabama,]... More > as
President of the Senate, and was "approved," September 18th, of that
year, by MILLARD FILLMORE, Acting President of the United States.
The authorship of the Bill is generally ascribed to James M. Mason,
Senator from Virginia. Before proceeding to the principal object of
this tract, it is proper to give a synopsis of the Act itself, which
was well called, by the New York _Evening Post_, "An Act for the
Encouragement of Kidnapping." It is in ten sections.< Less