CH 1 The Hieroglyphick Bible or Select Passages in the Old and New Testaments,represented with Emblematical Figures for the Amusement of Youth: Designed Chiefly to familiarize tender ages in a pleasing and diverting manner, with earl ideas of the Holy Scriptures, to which are subjoined, A Short Account of the Lives of the Evangelists, and other pieces. Illustrated with nearly five hundred cuts. 4th edition. Hartford: Andrews & Judd, 1835.
This does not include the lives of the evangelists and apostles.
CH 2 The Hieroglyphick Bible… New York: Leavitt & Allen, 1857.
Same as C 1 except has additions, pp. 109-122. This does include the lives of the evangelists as mentioned above. Also includes Q & A from the holy Scriptures.
CH 3 A New Hieroglyphical or Picture Bible with four hundred embellishments on wood engraved under the direction of Adams. N.T.: Mahlon Day, 1834.
CH 4 A New Hierogliphical Bible for the Amusement and Instruction of Children, being a Selection of some of the most useful lessons and interesting narratives, from Genesis to the revelation, embellished with familiar figures and striking emblems, mostly engraved. To the whole is added, a sketch of the life of our blessed Saviour, and the Holy Apostles, etc. New York: Samuel Wood & Sons, 1818.
CH 5 A New Hieroglyphic Bible, with Devotional Pieces for Youth containing 400 cuts by Adams. N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, 1837.
Includes selections of devotional poetry, mostly from Dr. Watts' collection of Divine Songs and Hymns for Infant Minds.”
Though front cover some worn, very fine interior.
CH 6 A New Hieroglyphical Bible: With Devotional Pieces for Youth, containing four hundred cuts by Adam. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1836.
CH 7 The Hieroglyphick Bible or Select Passages in the Old and New Testaments represented with emblematical figures for the Amusement of Youth. Designed chiefly to familiarize tender age, in a pleasing and diverting manner, with early ideas of the Holy Scriptures. A short account of the Evangelists and other pieces, illustrated with nearly five hundred cuts. Hartford: S. Andres and Son, 1850.
CH 8 The Children's Simplified New Testament. In Plain English for Today's Reader by Olaf M. Norlie, Ph.D., S.T.D., Litt.D. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan
Publishing House, 1962.
CH 9 The New and Complete Hieroglyphic Bible Being a Careful Selection of the Most
Interesting and Important Passages in the Old and new Testaments; regularly arranged from Genesis to Revelation. Printed for Dean & Munday, et al, n.d….one shilling.
CH 10 The New Hieroglyphical Bible. London: Helner & Co., Paternoster Row, n.d.
Provenance: Nelly Tippet, A Reward from the Tresilhair Wesayan Sunday School, Feb. 6, 87
CH 11 A New Hieroglyphical Bible. Hartford: Cooke & Hale, 1813.
CH 12 A New Hieroglyphical Bible. Cooperstown: Stereotyped by H. & E. Phinney, 1831.
CH 13 The Publications of the American Tract Society. Series IV…Vol. 1. New York: The American tract Society, n.d. Collection of children’s tracts, published by the American Tract Society. Includes 7 stories and many hymns. Includes a “History of the English Bible, with Reflections.” In good condition, though worn.