Beyond that, I found online a facimile copy of Nicalaus Hunnius summary of Christian doctrine. It's apparently copied from the Cornell library and is interesting for several reasons (BTW, you can get it on Amazon very easily). First, it was a facimile of a book published in English in 1848 and has an inscription in it from a man who lived in Boston. Meaning, that being that there was only one German Lutheran Church in Boston at the time, that he probably went to the First Lutheran Church, where my wife attended when she was getting her doctorate at Boston College. The second interesting thing is that it was published in Loehe's hometown in Bavaria. What it appears is that this was translated by an associate of Loehe to be used with the German Lutherans or English speaking Lutherans in North American missions. So it's really cool.
Lastly, for those who have been awaiting it, Repristination Press has finally published the first volume of the Chemnitz-Leyser- Gerhard "Harmony of the Four Gospels." I bought it at a discount at Ft. Wayne.
Now, I would agree with Scaer that the Gospels are not supposed to be in linear order, so a harmonization of them is not only impossible, it's pretty pointless. Nevertheless, what the book are really is is a giant Lutheran orthodox commentary on the Gospels. Meaning that it should be a gold mine of Scholastic typological-prophetic exegesis of the gospels. Very neat stuff!