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Brearley Baptist Sunday School Library
Books taken from the library of the Brearley Baptist Sunday School.
The Church was established in March 1846 by a number of the congregation of Ebenezer Baptish Church in Hebden Bridge, who wanted to establish a local Baptist cause. It replaced an earlier Bethel chapel. They raised £3000 to build a new chapel, which open on the 15th July 1875 and was designed by Horsfall, Wardle and Patchett. The Sunday School was also established in this year, and the church continued into the 1890s, when two of the three local mills closed down and people left the district in search of work. The Church was later demolished and houses built on the site.
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    The Rites and Worship of The Jews as Described in the Bible, and by Jewish Writers Item

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    The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which is to Come Item

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    The Heavens and the Earth; or, Familiar Illustrations of Astronomy Item

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    England in the Seventeenth Century, or, A History of the Reigns of the House of Stuart Item

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    The Manners and Customs of the Jews, and Other Nations Mentioned in the Bible Item

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    The Kingdoms of Israel and Judah After the Disruption Item

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    Notes on the Gospels Principally Designed for the use of Sunday School Teachers and Bible Classes. Luke and John. Item

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    Ready for Work, or, Hints on the Preparation of Bible Lessons Item

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    The Home at Bethany: Its Joys, Its Sorrows, and Its Divine Guest Item

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    Lights of the World; or, Illustrations of Character Drawn from the Records of Christian Life Item

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