The New Testament has special t.p.: Both versions of the New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ translated out of the Greek : being the version set forth A.D. 1611 compared with the most ancient authorities and revised A.D. 1881 ...
Four pages for family records inserted after Apocrypha.
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From the Collection of the Heritage Center Museum, P96.28.1.
Nissley family genealogy, 1863-1973.
Nissley family bible.
Full leather binding with blind tooling and title in gilt on front cover and spine; marbled end papers, gilt edged with tabs; silver clasp intact.
The names and order of all the books of the Old and New Testaments, and of the Apocrypha -- Contents of the books of the Old and New Testaments -- Chronological and other valuable tables -- Bible aids for social and private prayer -- History of the religious denominations of the world, both ancient ande modern -- Illustrations and explanations of the proverbs of Solomon / by Edward D. Lewis -- Gallery of scripture illustrations -- A comprehensive and critical description of the Israelitsh tabernacle and its sacred furniture / by Williiam Smith -- Gallery of scripture illustrations... / by John L. Williamson -- The wanderings in the wilderness, being an account of the forty years' sojourn of the Israelites in the desert / by Edward H. Harper -- Comprehensive and critical history of the books of the Holy Bible ... / by William Smith -- Complete and practical household dictionary of the Bible ... / by William Smith -- List of readings and renderings preferred by the Ameridan Committee, recorded at their desire -- A chronological inidex to the Holy Bible -- Alphabetical table of the proper names in the Old and New Testaments ... -- Concordance to the Old and and New Testaments -- The psalms of David in metre.
A Chronologically arranged collection of nine generations in America : descendants of John Nissley dating from 1717 to 1949; with condensed historical data and noteworthy folklore, pertinent to our Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry