This is a book of John A. Broadus, "Sermons and Addresses" published 1889, Fourth Edition.
I'm selling it. It belonged to my great-aunt's husband and is inscribed by him "Henry A. Lowrance 1892". He was a Civil War vet and a leader at Athens Baptist Church. The book is not rare but is rather scarce.
Broadus is, of course, one of the outstanding SB leaders. He was Southern Baptist Theological Seminary president when this book was published.
It's a $50 book. I will sell for $40 and pay postage.
Gotta have some fishbait money.
[It's incidental to this post, but all the clamor about expository preaching these days might be seen in the light of Broadus' technique and didn't Spurgeon call him the greatest living preacher?]