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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.
Title: Inaugural Discourse, Delivered Before the University in Cambridge, August 10, 1819.
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