Sermon Preached by the Rev. Flavel S. Mines, On Sunday, January 25th, 1852, at the Opening of the New Trinity Church in Pine Street, San Francisco, Cal.
MINES, Flavel S.
The Rev. Flavel S. Mines, founder of Trinity Church, San Francisco, did not survive the year in which he preached this sermon, dying on August 5, 1852, and being buried beneath the chancel. This address contains early references to the Chinese in California as well as Indians, Kanaka, and Hindoos. Mines fears that instead of teaching them "a heavenly morality, we have pulled them down from the higher rounds of the ladder where they stood nearer heaven than ourselves" (p. 6). San Francisco is compared to Antioch.
- Publisher: F. A. Bonnard, Printer
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1852
- Place Published: San Francisco
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Ex library - good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
16 p. 22 cm. Rebound as brown cloth hardcover. Ex library with call number on front as well as labels and ink stamps on endpapers. Stains to title page.