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1 Norton, Andrews. A Discourse on the Latest Form of Infidelity; Delivered at the Request of the "Association of the Alumni of the Cambridge Theological School," on the 19th of July, 1839. With Notes.

Cambridge: John Owen, 1839. First edition. Lacks the wrappers, cut down to 21 cm, 64 pp. Norton’s polemic against Emerson's Divinity School Address, the incipient transcendental movement, and the new German theology. Presentation copy: "Mrs. Eliot from her friend A.N." Mrs. Eliot may have been Mrs. William H. Eliot. Her husband would have been the prominent Boston businessman and a relative of Norton's wife. Removed from a bound volume, else Very Good. 
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2 Norton, Andrews. A Discourse on the Latest Form of Infidelity; Delivered at the Request of the "Association of the Alumni of the Cambridge Theological School," on the 19th of July, 1839. With Notes.

Cambridge: John Owen, 1839. First edition. Original printed wrappers. Removed from a bound volume, cut down to 21 cm, 64 pp. Norton’s polemic against Emerson's Divinity School Address, the incipient transcendental movement, and the new German theology. Contemporary signature of T. Walker on the front and the title, stamp of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, its numbers on the front, no other library markings. A Very good copy. 
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3 Norton, Andrews. A Discourse on the Latest Form of Infidelity; Delivered at the Request of the "Association of the Alumni of the Cambridge Theological School," on the 19th of July, 1839. With Notes.

Cambridge: John Owen, 1839. First edition. Removed from a bound volume, lacks the wrappers, cut down to 23 cm, 64 pp. Norton’s polemic against Emerson's Divinity School Address, the incipient transcendental movement, and the new German theology. Light soiling to wrappers, light wear. A Very Good copy. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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4 Norton, Andrews. A Discourse on the Latest Form of Infidelity; Delivered at the Request of the "Association of the Alumni of the Cambridge Theological School," on the 19th of July, 1839. With Notes.

Cambridge: John Owen, 1839. First edition. Original tan printed wrappers, 64 pp., 24cm. Norton’s polemic against Emerson's Divinity School Address, the incipient transcendental movement, and the new German theology. Sidney Willard's copy, his ownership signature on the front wrapper. Willard, like Norton, had been librarian at Harvard, was professor there (of Hebrew); both were members of the Anthology Club and contributed to the Monthly Anthology and the General Repository, and both are buried at Mt. Auburn. Willard taught German to George Bancroft. He served as mayor of Cambridge from 1848-50. Wrapper edges chipped, spine panel eroding. Light foxing. A Good copy. 
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5 Norton, Andrews. A Statement of Reasons for Not Believing in the Doctrines of Trinitarians, Concerning the Nature of God, and the Person of Christ.

Cambridge: Brown, Shattuck; Boston: Hilliard, Gray, 1833. Second edition, the first of 1819 was an offprint, "struck off separately (from a periodical appearance) under the title that I have given to this volume...(which is)....a new work”, three times the size (from the preface). Original brown “S” cloth, printed paper label. Spine ends chipped, label chipped and darkened. Some light foxing, a little browning. A Very Good copy. 
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6 Norton, Andrews. A Statement of Reasons for Not Believing in the Doctrines of Trinitarians, Concerning the Nature of God, and the Person of Christ.

Cambridge: Brown, Shattuck; Boston: Hilliard, Gray, 1833. Second edition, the first of 1819 was an offprint, "struck off separately (from a periodical appearance) under the title that I have given to this volume...(which is)....a new work”, three times the size (from the preface). Original brown embossed cloth, a leafy pattern, and printed paper label, 331 pp. Sylvester Judd's copy, His ownership signature "S. Judd, Jr." and a printed bookplate "Kennebec Historical Society. From the Library of Rev. Sylvester Judd. November 1899." Judd wrote the only Transcendentalist novel, Margaret. A Tale of the Real and Ideal..., 1845. “I saw Judd in Augusta (Maine) in February, and asked him, who his companions were? He said ‘Sunsets’.” (Ralph Waldo Emerson, Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks 1852-1855, Harvard U.P., 1977, p.26). Light wear, spine sunned, offsetting to front board from its place on the shelf. Two parallel vertical scratches along the spine. Light foxing. Pretty cloth, a Very Good copy. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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7 Norton, Andrews. Autograph Letter, Signed.

Dated Cambridge, 29 Novr 1846. "Gentlemen, The failure of my publisher has delayed the publication of my first volumes, and enabled me to make a correction....". He cites two lines on p. cxxx and asks for some words to be omitted. Apparently to the printer. The volumes at issue may be the Cambridge second edition of his "Historical Evidences of the Genuineness of the Gospels", 3v. 1846. A half sheet, one page. Folded as though for mailing. Very Good. 
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8 Norton, Andrews. Discourse on Religious Education; Delivered at Hingham, May 20, 1818. Before the Trustees of the Academy; Being the Annual Derby Lecture.

Boston: Published by Request, Printed by Wells and Lilly, 1818. First edition. Removed from a bound volume, lacks wrappers, cut down to 22cm. Inscribed on the title: "Rev. (illegible initial) Bancroft with the author's most respectful compliments" in Norton’s hand. Part of the inscription trimmed away, a little spotting, staining, browning. A Good copy. 
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9 Norton, Andrews. Discourse on Religious Education; Delivered at Hingham, May 20, 1818. Before the Trustees of the Academy; Being the Annual Derby Lecture.

Boston: Published by Request, Printed by Wells and Lilly, 1818. First edition. Removed from a bound volume, Lacks wrappers, 27 pp., cut down to 22cm. Levi Frisbie's copy, "Prof. Frisbie" written on the title. Upon his friend and colleague Frisbie’s early death Norton edited A Collection of the Miscellaneous Writings of Professor Frisbie…, 1823. Heavy foxing, a Good copy. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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10 Norton, Andrews. Inaugural Discourse, Delivered Before the University in Cambridge, August 10, 1819.

Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1819. First edition. Removed from a bound volume, lacks wrappers, cut down to 22cm, 48 pp. "Note: On account of the length of the following discourse a considerable portion of it was omitted in the delivery. The whole is now printed". Norton, the Dexter Professor of Sacred Literature at Harvard, here outlined his theological opinions, beginning with ".....the intellectual acquisition and endowments required to constitute a consummate theologian." This very theme was again promoted in his 1839 pamphlet A Discourse on the Latest Form of Infidelity....., his polemic against Emerson's Divinity School Address, the incipient transcendental movement, and the new German theology. A clean, Very Good copy. 
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11 Norton, Andrews. Inaugural Discourse, Delivered Before the University in Cambridge, August 10, 1819.

Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1819. First edition. Original printed green wrappers, 48 pp., 24cm. "Note: On account of the length of the following discourse a considerable portion of it was omitted in the delivery. The whole is now printed". Norton, the Dexter Professor of Sacred Literature at Harvard, here outlined his theological opinions, beginning with ".....the intellectual acquisition and endowments required to constitute a consummate theologian." This very theme was again promoted in his 1839 pamphlet A Discourse on the Latest Form of Infidelity....., his polemic against Emerson's Divinity School Address, the incipient transcendental movement, and the new German theology. A Good copy. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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12 Norton, Andrews. Remarks on a Pamphlet Entitled "'The Latest Form of Infidelity' Examined".

Cambridge: John Owen, 1839. First edition. Original tan printed wrappers, 24 cm, 72 pp. Norton's response to George Ripley's criticism of the same year. Norton demonstrates that he, too, has read the Germans carefully. Light soiling, spine ends a little chipped, a few corners dog-eared. A Very Good copy. 
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13 Norton, Andrews. Remarks on a Pamphlet Entitled "'The Latest Form of Infidelity' Examined".

Cambridge: John Owen, 1839. First edition. Removed from a bound volume, lacks the wrappers, 72 pp. Cut down to 22cm. Norton's response to George Ripley's criticism of the same year. Norton demonstrates that he, too, has read the Germans carefully. Leaves numbered in ink (from 715 to 785). A few outer leaves foxed. Very Good. 
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14 Norton, Andrews. Speech Delivered Before the Overseers of Harvard College, February 3, 1825, in Behalf of the Resident Instructers (sic) of the College.

Boston: Cummings, Hilliard, 1825. First edition. Removed from a bound volume, lacks the wrappers, 22cm, 35 pp. A presentation copy: “Rev. Mr. (Henry?) Colman with the author’s compliments” in Norton’s hand. The last few letters trimmed, nearly unworn, last page (blank) soiled. Very Good. 
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15 [Norton, Andrews] The General Repository and Review.

Volume IV. Cambridge: William Hilliard, 1813. First edition. Nineteenth century red half-leather, gilt, and paper-covered boards. July and October, 1813 issues, volume 4, complete. Founded by Andrews Norton and edited by him until this, the final volume, which was edited by "A Society of Gentleman". This Unitarian journal was liberal enough to be attacked by Rev. Abiel Holmes, father of Oliver Wendell Holmes (Mott, v.1, p.277). Contributions were anonymous but are attributed here, in a contemporary hand. Articles by Norton, Edward Everett (at 19), his brother Alexander Hill Everett, Sidney Willard, Nathaniel Frothingham, Nathaniel Bowditch, and others. Norton offers “Life of Michael Servetus” (p.31-73), “Miscellaneous Articles and Intelligence”, mostly “Notice of some articles in the Panoplist” (p.194-223), several short reviews (299-312), a review of Noah Webster’s “Dissertation on the Supposed Change in the Temperature of Winter” (313-356), an obituary – “Character of Mr. Charles Eliot”, Norton’s wife’s brother, who had died recently at age 22 (357-360). Plus, an announcement of Norton’s appointment as Librarian, replacing John L. Abbott, who was going over to the First Church, Boston, and as Dexter Professor of Sacred Literature at Harvard, replacing William Ellery Channing who had resigned for health reasons. Light rubbing to leather, boards with some damp stains. A Very Good copy. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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16 [Norton, Andrews] Alfred Claghorn Potter and Charles Knowles. The Librarians of Harvard College, 1667-1877.

Cambridge: Library of Harvard University, 1897. First edition. Original self-wrappers, 47 pp. No. 52 of the "Bibliographical Contributions", edited by Justin Winsor. Brief biographies, including that of Andrews Norton, who served from 1813-1821. Lightly soiled, else Fine. 
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17 Alcott, Amos Bronson, Edward Everett, Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham, Andrews Norton, George Ripley, et al. The Transcendentalists.

New York: MJF Books, no date but after 1978. First printing of this edition. Quarter cloth and paper-covered boards, pictorial dust jacket. Edited by Perry Miller, this anthology was first published in 1950. A Fine copy. 
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