The Nineteenth Century in Print: Books
Children in heaven;
Christ & the twelve;
Christ and adornments:
Christ's infant kingdom.
Christian baptism: infant baptism. mode, obligation, import, and relative order.
Christian citizenship and honest legislation.
The Christian home,
The Christian idea of civil government.
The Christian martyrs;
The Christian pastorate:
The Christian's secret of a happy life,
Christianity and emancipation;
Christianity and modern thought.
Christianity and science.
Christianity the religion of nature.
Christians and the theater.
Christmas tales and Christmas verse,
The chronicles of Gotham.
Church and congregation:
The church and slavery.
The church and the rebellion against the government of the United States;
The church member's manual, of ecclesiastical principles, doctrine, and discipline:
The church of the Redeemer, as developed within the General synod of the Lutheran church in America.
Circular letter from Hon. John M. Bright,
Bay City charter, rules of common council & ordinances.
The city of the saints,
Cloth of gold,
The collected poems.
A collection of Chippeway and English hymns,
Common sense in the household;
Common sense thoughts on the Bible for common sense people.
Compendium of the impending crisis of the South.
The complete poetical works of Joaquin Miller.
A comprehensive view of our country and its resources.
Condition of the Indian tribes.
Confirmant's guide to the Mosaic religion.
Congregationalism: what it is; whence it is; how it works; why it is better than any other form of church government; and its consequent demands.
Congressional intervention in regard to slavery in the terrtories.
The conquest of Kansas,
Conscience and the Constitution
The constitution and Mr. Motley.
The Constitution expounded, respecting its bearing on the subject of slavery. Part. first.
The constitution of Michigan as proposed for amendment, and submitted to the people in the form of a joint resolution,
The constitution of Michigan with amendments thereto, as recommended by the Constitutional commission of 1873 and reported to the Governor, with an analysis of the changes proposed.
The constitutional amendment;
The constitutional convention :
The constitutional convention;
The constitutional powers of the General conference,
Constitutional provisions, laws and by-laws of the University of Michigan.
A constitutional view of the late war between the states;
The cornucopia of old, the lottery wheel of the new.
The corruption of established truth and responsibility of educated men.
Cotton is king;
The cotton planter's manual:
Country margins and rambles of a journalist
The courtship of Miles Standish,
Creed and deed:
A critical examination of our financial policy during the Southern rebellion.
Cruise of school-ship "Mercury" in tropical Atlantic Ocean. 1870-1871.
The culture demanded by modern life:
The culture demanded by modern life;
The cup of youth,
D. L. Moody and his work,
The dance of modern society:
The daughter of the storage,
Daughters at school instructed in a series of letters.
Daughters of the cross:
Davenport, past and present;
A debate by the Philalethic society of St. Louis university, on Monday, February 21, 1870.
Debates and proceedings of the Constitutional convention of the state of Illinois,
The debates and proceedings of the Constitutional covention of the state of Michigan,
The debates and proceedings of the Minnesota Constitutional convention including the organic act of the territory.
Debates and proceedings of the National council of Congregational churches,
Debates and proceedings of the convention which assembled at Little Rock, January 7th, 1868 ... to form a constitution for the state of Arkansas.
Debates in the Convention for the revision and amendment of the constitution of the state of Louisiana.
The debates of the Constitutional convention;
Dedication and inauguration of the Vanderbilt university.
Dedication of Antioch college, and inaugural address of its president, Hon Horace Mann;
A defence of Virginia,
A defence of the American policy, as opposed to the encroachments of foreign influence, and especially to the interference of the papacy in the political interests and affairs of the United States.
A defense of the Bible against the charges of modern infidelity;
The deluge in the light of modern science.