Harsha Immanuel’s Land

Harsha Immanuel’s Land

IMMANUEL’S LAND by David Harsha, 1856.

Contents

  1. THE PLACE
  2. THE BLESSEDNESS
  3. THE JOY
  4. THE GLORY
  5. THE REST
  6. THE EMPLOYMENT
  7. THE SOCIETY
  8. THE PERPETUITY OF BLISS
  9. HEAVENLY MEDITATION
David Harsha
David Harsha

David Addison Harsha was born in Argyle, New York, on September 15, 1827. He received a classical education and studied theology, but was prevented from entering the ministry by a chronic bronchial affection. Harsha was a frequent contributor to the press and has spent most of his life in his native town, engaged in literary pursuits.

HARSHA, David Addison, author, born in Argyle, New York, 15 September 1827. He received a classical education and studied theology, but was prevented from entering the ministry by a chronic bronchial affection. Mr. Harsha is a frequent contributor to the press and has spent most of his life in his native town, engaged in literary pursuits. Among his works are: "The Heavenly Token" (New York, 1856); "The Star of Bethlehem" (Chicago, 1864); "Manual of Sacred Literature" (New York, 1866); "Lives of Charles Sumner, Doddridge, Baxter, Addison, and Bunyan" (1868); "Lives and Selected Works of Isaac Watts, George Whitefield, James Harvey, and Abraham Booth" (1869); "Devotional Thoughts of Eminent Divines" (1869); "The Golden Age of English Literature" (1872.); and "The Life and Times of Virgil," now (1887) in course of preparation. --taken from https://web.archive.org/web/20120507074313/http://famousamericans.net/davidaddisonharsha/

Works of David Harsha

  • "The Heavenly Token" (New York, 1856)
  • "The Star of Bethlehem" (Chicago, 1864)
  • "Manual of Sacred Literature" (New York, 1866)
  • "Lives of Charles Sumner, Doddridge, Baxter, Addison, and Bunyan" (1868)
  • "Lives and Selected Works of Isaac Watts, George Whitefield, James Harvey, and Abraham Booth" (1869)
  • "Devotional Thoughts of Eminent Divines" (1869)
  • "The Golden Age of English Literature" (1872.)
  • "Christ and Him Crucified"
  • "Immanuel's Land"
  • "Thoughts on the Love life of Christ"
  • "The Life and Times of Virgil," now (1887) in course of preparation.
  • "Life of Philip Doddridge, D. D." : with notices of some of his contemporaries, and specimens of his style
  • "Life of the Rev. James Hervey"
  • "The Heavenly token: a gift book for Christians .." (I believe this is a chapter or section from "The Savior’s Ascension" note)
  • "The life of Charles Sumner" : with choice specimens of his eloquence, a delineation of his oratorical character, and his great speech on Kansas

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