A Last Appeal to the "Market-Street Presbyterian Church and Congregation," in a Series of Seven Sermons, Predicated on Sketches of the Dispensations of God Toward His People; To which Are Added the Death of Abel and the Judgment of Cain; Together with an Appendix to Sermon V., Embracing Strictures on "The Fiend of the Reformation Detected," by James Gray, D.D.

Lexington, KY: Printed and published by T.T. Skillman, 1818. First edition. 8vo. 332 pp. Subscribers list. M'Chord (1785-1820), a native of Baltimore, Maryland, moved with his family to Lexington, Kentucky, in 1790, beginning his studies at a local academy; after studying law at Transylvania University, he attended a New York seminary, returning to serve as pastor of the Market Street Presbyterian Church through 1819 when he moved to Paris, Kentucky, to take charge of the Bourbon Academy. American Imprints 44645 (incorrectly calling for 334 pages). Kentucky American Imprints Inventory 60. Some age toning through the text, else very good. Contemporary calf (rubbed), leather spine label. (#7528). Item #60428

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