Bound volume of 18th and 19th century American sermons. NATHANIAL EMMONS.
Bound volume of 18th and 19th century American sermons.
Bound volume of 18th and 19th century American sermons.

Bound volume of 18th and 19th century American sermons.

New England: various publsihers, 1791-1806. 8vo, contemporary full sheep, rubbed, but good and sound. 1) [Robbins, Ephraim.] A friendly letter to the Rev. Mr. Cumings, containing several queries upon certain observations in his sermon on natural religion. Newburyport, 1796. 2) Dow, Daniel. Familiar letters, to the Rev. John Sherman, once pastor of a church in Mansfield, in particular reference to his late anti-Trinitarian treatise. Second edition. Worcester, 1806. 3) Trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut. A summary of Christian doctrine and practice: designed especially for the use of people in the new settlements of the United States of America. Hartford, 1804. 4) Alexander, Caleb. An essay on the real deity of Jesus Christ… Boston, 1791. 5) M'Farland, Asa. A sermon delivered at Hanover, before the Franklin Lodge of free and accepted masons… Hanover, 1797. 6) Harris, Walter. A sermon delivered at Hopkinton, on the festival of St. John, the Baptist, A.L. 5803. Before the officers and brethren of Blazing-Star Lodge. Concord, 1803. 7) Cleveland, John. A sermon delivered at the dedication of the North-Meeting House in Wrentham. Wrentham, 1802. 8) Chapin, Stephen. The first discourse delivered at Hillsborough, N.H. June 30, A.D. 1805, after his ordination. Amherst, 1806. 9) Wilder, John. The importance of being prepared for the coming of the Lord to judgment, illustrated in a discourse… Providence, [1805]. 10) Goffe, Joseph. Spirits in prison: a discourse delivered at Upton… Worcester, 1803. 11) Crane, John. Impenitent sinners have natural power … two sermons delivered at Oxford. Worcester, 1804. 12) Barton, Titus Theodore. A farewell sermon delivered at Tewksbury. Salem, 1803. 13) Worcester, Samuel. The importance of a faithful declaration of divine truth illustrated and improved: a valedictory sermon, delivered at Fitchburg. Salem, 1803. 14) Emmons, Nathaniel. A discourse … at a public meeting of a number of singers who were improving themselves in church musick. Providence, 1806. 15) Emmons, Nathaniel. A discourse … in commemoration of American independence. Wrentham, 1802. 16) Emmons, Nathaniel. The dander of embracing that notion of moral virtue … a discourse, delivered on the annual Thanksgiving in Massachusetts, November 29, 1804. Providence, [?1805]. 17) Emmons, Nathaniel. A sermon … at the funeral of Mrs. Lydia Fisk, late consort of the Rev. Elisha Fisk. Dedham, 1805. Item #19080

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