Used Books For Sale
Over the years, we have collected a modest library of books on various subjects, some antiquarian and some modern. Below is a listing of such books that are now available for purchase. These books are available on a first-come-first-serve basis and may be reserved via email (books[at]crownrights.com) or telephone (706-864-2229; no Sunday calls please).
The Biblical Reason Why: A Family Guide to Scripture Readings
New York: Dick and Fitzgerald, 1859
hardback; 324 pages
A valuable handbook giving in-depth answers to questions on Bible history and doctrine; good condition.
The Young Communicant's Catechism
by Rev. John Willison
New York: John C. Totten, 1830
hardback; 92 pages
Questions and counsel for young converts preparing for communion. Front board separated; foxing throughout; fair condition.
The Johannine Theology
by George B. Stevens, Ph.D.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1895
hardback; 387 pages
An exposition of Christ's teaching in short, devotional chapters. Small tears on the tops of about six pages in the middle of the book; good condition.
The Pleasures of Religion
by Rev. Henry Forster Burder
Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1843
hardback; 234 pages
Previous owner's signature inside front cover; some shelf wear to spine; moderate foxing throughout; good condition considering age
The Sermon on the Mount: A Study
by J.B. Shearer
Richmond, Virginia: Presbyerian Committe of Publication, 1906
hardback; 146 pages
An exposition of Christ's teaching in short, devotional chapters. No visible defects; excellent condition.
Presbyterians: A Popular Narrative of Their Origin, Progress and Doctrines
by Rev. George P. Hays
New York: J.A. Hill and Company, 1892
hardback (large); 544 pages
An encyclopedic overview of Presbyterianism in Europe and the United States. Minor scuffing on spine; excellent condition.
by James Hamilton
New York: American Tract Society, no date (1850s)
hardback; 190 pages
Gleanings from the writings of the English divine. Minor foxing in first twenty pages; good condition.
Our Friends in Heaven
by Rev. J.M. Killen
Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publications, 1873
hardback; 225 pages
The mutual recognition of the redeemed in glory demonstrated. Front board loose; tape on spine; inscription inside front dover; some minor staining; otherwise good condition.
The Anxious Inquirer After Salvation
by Rev. John Angell James
New York: American Tract Society, 1834
hardback; 212 pages
Answers the all-important question, "What must I do to be saved"? Top of spine torn; staining and foxing throughout; binding tight.
The World Before the Flood
by Mary Seeley
New York: Scribner and Welford, 1905
hardback; 128 pages
The book of Genesis retold for young children. Frontispiece appears to be missing; otherwise very good condition.
A History of Education
by F.V.N. Painter
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1898
hardback; 343 pages
The principles of education implemented in ancient and modern civilizations. Minor browning pages; overall excellent condition.
A Primary School Dictionary of the English Dictionary
by Noah Webster, William G. Webster, and William A. Wheeler
New York: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor and Company, 1880
hardback; 352 pages
A classic school dictionary from the days when American students actually spoke English. Writing inside front and back covers; minor browning pages; fair condition.
The Living Temple: A Good Man the Temple of God
by Rev. John Howe
Glasgow: William Collins, 1829
hardback; 324 pages
A defense of the Christian faith. Spine and some pages loose; fair condition.
The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life
by Hannah Whitall Smith
Chicago: F.H. Revell, 1880
hardback; 199 pages
The devotional classic by a Quaker minister of the 19th century. Frontispeice torn; minor browning pages; good condition.
The True Christian
by John Angell James
New York: Robert Carter and Brothers, 1856
hardback; 213 pages
Exhortations from a pastor on sanctification, assurance of salvation, self-examination, etc. Inscription inside front cover; moderate foxing throughout; fair condition.
The Messiah in the Psalms
by Henry Melville King
Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1899
hardback; 266 pages
A look at the messianic prophecies in the Psalms of David. Some water damage to front and back cover; good condition.
Letters to a Young Christian
by S.J. (Sarah Jackson)
New York: American Female Guardian Society, 1852
hardback; 115 pages
A series of letters dealing with sanctification, prayer, marriage, Bible reading, etc. Some water staining that does not affect readibility; fair condition.
The Great Supper: A Defense of the Doctrines of Grace
by Rev. Ashbel G. Fairchild
Philadephia: Presbyterian Board of Publications, 1847
hardback; 180 pages
A defense of Calvinism based on Christ's parable in Luke 14:16-24. Tear on top of spine; minor foxing throughout; good condition.
The Young Lady's Counselor: The Sphere, Duties, and Dangers of Young Women
by Rev. Daniel Wise
New York: Carlton and Porter, 1857
hardback; 251 pages
A biblical study of female virtue. Writing inside front cover; heavy foxing on first 20 pages and lighter foxing throughout; overall good condition.
Commentaries on the Epistles to Timothy, Titus, and Philemon
by John Calvin
Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1856
hardback; 394 pages
Commentaries on three Pauline epistles from the great mind of the Reformation. Spine torn; good condition.
Commentaries on the Epistles to the Galatians and Ephesians
by John Calvin
Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1854
hardback; 383 pages
Commentaries on two Pauline epistles from the great mind of the Reformation. Spine torn; good condition.
The Annals of the Poor
by Rev. Legh Richmond
London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1893
hardback; 202 pages
Endearing stories for children containing biblical principles and moral lessons. Writing inside front cover; slight bow to cover; clean pages; very good condition.
The Ministry of Jesus Christ
by T.B. Fox
Boston: Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1845
hardback; 262 pages
The story of Christ's earthly ministry compiled and arranged from the four Gospels. Library sticker inside front cover; good condition.
by M.C. Briggs
New York: Eaton and Mains, 1888
hardback; 198 pages
A scriptural and historical defense of Sunday as the Christian Sabbath. Previous owner's signature inside front cover; good condition.
The Gospel Call and Other Sermons
by Rev. John K. Millett
Reading, Pennsylvania: Daniel Miller, 1886
hardback; 366 pages
A collection of Reformed sermons on the free offer of the Gospel, the Christian's inheritance, Paul's conversion, God's Providence, and much more. Title page loose; pen writing on table of contents; minor pencil marks in margins of a few pages; overall very good condition.
The Great Red Dragon: Master-Key to Popery
by Anthony Gavin
Boston: Samuel Jones, 1854
hardback; 408 pages
A somewhat extreme examination of the key dogmas and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. Tear on bottom of spine; first 22 pages coming loose from binding; some foxing throughout; fair condition.
Calvary's Cross: A Symposium on the Atonement
by Dwight L. Moody, Charles Spurgeon, Horatio Bonar, J.C. Ryle, et. al.
Chicago: The Bible Institute Colportage Association, 1900
paperback; 122 pages
A collection of essays by noted ministers of the Gospel. Pages browned with age; minor tear on top of spine; fair condition.
The Golden Fountain: Bible Truth Unfolded
by Rev. James H. Wilson
London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1862
hardback; 328 pages
Devotional chapters on how to read the Bible, the Holy Spirit, prayer, etc. Pages browning around edges; writing inside front cover; minor foxing throughout; overall good condition.