Expositions of Scripture, 1708-1724, 1708-1724
Scope and Content
Leverett's expositions consist of 106 sewn booklets. Most of them are 4 1/2 by 7 inches and consist of between 4 and 12 sheets. An index describing the contents of the volumes was created in the nineteenth or early twentieth century. This index assigned each booklet a number by which the booklets are referenced below; however, the booklets and sheets themselves are not numbered. The booklets are arranged numerically, rather than in chronological order. Some of the lectures are dated; however, it is difficult to determine whether the dates indicate the date of composition or of delivery.
Conditions Governing Access
Extent0.7 cubic feet (2 document boxes)
At some point prior to the 2004 reprocessing, these expositions were disbound and placed in numerical order in acid-free folders.
Part of the Harvard University Archives Repository
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