All Items 2 Collection 1 Archives & Special Collections 2 Contributor 4 Gregory, Olinthus, 1774-1841 1 Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 1 L. N. R., 1810-1879 1 Perkins, Justin, 1805-1869 1 Topic 10 Evidences, authority, etc. 2 Antiquities 1 Apologetics 1 Blind 1 Books and reading 1 Correspondence 1 Inspiration 1 Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc. 1 Printing and writing systems 1 Women missionaries 1 show more 5 show fewer Part Of 2 Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers 1 Justin Perkins (AC 1829) Papers 1 Genre 2 Correspondence 1 Notes 1 Subject 12 Bible – Evidences, authority, etc. 2 Apologetics 1 Bible – Antiquities 1 Bible – Inspiration 1 Blind – Printing and writing systems 1 Gregory, Olinthus, 1774-1841. Letters to a friend, on the evidences, doctrines, and duties of the Christian religion 1 Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 – Books and reading 1 Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 – Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc. 1 L. N. R., 1810-1879 – Correspondence 1 L. N. R., 1810-1879. Stones crying out and rock-witness to the narratives of the Bible concerning the times of the Jews: The evidence of the last ten years 1 Perkins, Justin, 1805-1869 – Correspondence 1 Women missionaries 1 show more 7 show fewer Ellen Henrietta White Ranyard letter to Justin Perkins L. N. R., 1810-1879 A portion of a letter from Ellen Ranyard presumably to Justin Perkins in which Ranyard writes on a variety of subjects. She notes a slight earthquake in England and says she will try to impress upon Lord Shaftesbury, who has access to his father-in-law Lord Palmerston, the necessity of a different (British) ambassador to Persia. Ranyard asks for any journals of the Bible-readers translated, noting the touching accounts from Mrs. (Bowen) Thompson of hers at Beruit. She mentions Mr. (William) Moon's Arabic Alphabet for the Blind and describes the methods he uses for making the raised books, noting Mr. Barham's articles on the subject. In regards to the Nestorians, she says that the "fresh bitter sufferings under Ishmael's yoke are all only another token of its last bitterness before that yoke is broken - for its 'seven-times' - are all but over." She goes on to discuss the plan for her book, to trace the Seven Times of God. Ranyard provides her ideas for the possible dates and events of these times. The Book and its Missions is also mentioned in the letter. Ellen Henrietta White Ranyard letter to Justin Perkins Notes on Gregory's "Evidences of Christianity" Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864 Notes by Edward Hitchcock on two subjects, beginning at opposite ends of the notebook. At the beginning of the notebook are Hitchcock's notes on Olinthus Gregory's text, "Letters to a Friend, on the Evidences, Doctrines, and Duties of the Christian Religion." Hitchcock has written brief statements paraphrasing Gregory's text, divided by chapter/letter. Hitchcock has taken notes on letters 1, 2, 3, and 5, and has written a heading for chapter 4, although Gregory's text contains a total of 22 letters. Notes on Gregory's "Evidences of Christianity"