REV. CHRISTOPHER NEWMAN HALL - PRINTED CARD SIGNED IN INK 04/05/1869 - HFSID 14118
CHRISTOPHER NEWMAN HALL The British Nonconformist minister signs his name and congregation in black ink Printed card signed in ink: "Newman Hall/ Minister of Surry Chapel/ London" in black ink. 5x2¾ printed card. London, England. April 5, 1869. Reverend Dr.
Sale Price $126.00
CHRISTOPHER NEWMAN HALL
The British Nonconformist minister signs his name and congregation in black ink
Printed card signed in ink: "Newman Hall/ Minister of Surry Chapel/ London" in black ink. 5x2¾ printed card. London, England. April 5, 1869. Reverend Dr. Christopher Newman Hall (1816-1902) was a nineteenth-century British Nonconformist (did not adhere to the Church of England), best known for his social activism, particularly supporting U.S. President Abraham Lincoln and his abolition of slavery, the Chartist reform (a nineteenth-century British working-class movement), and for arranging the meeting of influential Nonconformist to meet Prime Minister William Gladstone. His book, Come to Jesus (1848), led to his becoming a household name throughout Great Britain, the United States and beyond. Hall's other works include The Saviour's Bible (1861), Hymns composed at Bolton Abbey, and other Rhymes (1858), and Pilgrim songs in cloud and sunshine (1871). Toned. Corners rounded. Small stains throughout. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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