MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 200
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CITATION: Rich family Sermons, MSS 200, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
No information was discovered about John and James Rich.
The volume contains several hand-written sermons. The volume's
first page bears a pencilled note: "Probably sermons by John Rich and James
Rich." The only other clue we have to the identity of the author,
or authors, is that the sermons are described as having been delivered
in various cities in England. The handwriting is not consistent,
thus lending credence to the hypothesis that the sermons were written by
more than one person. Each sermon begins with the citation of a biblical
verse, and most of the sermons are followed by notations indicating when
and where the sermon was delivered. The majority of the sermons seem
to have been delivered at more than one location.