The sixth commandment friendly to virtue, honor and politeness. A discourse, in consequence of the late duel, addressed to the North Congregational Society of Newburyport: August 5, 1804. Samuel Spring.
The sixth commandment friendly to virtue, honor and politeness. A discourse, in consequence of the late duel, addressed to the North Congregational Society of Newburyport: August 5, 1804
The sixth commandment friendly to virtue, honor and politeness. A discourse, in consequence of the late duel, addressed to the North Congregational Society of Newburyport: August 5, 1804

The sixth commandment friendly to virtue, honor and politeness. A discourse, in consequence of the late duel, addressed to the North Congregational Society of Newburyport: August 5, 1804

Newburyport: from the press of E. W. Allen, 1804. 8vo, pp. 28; contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, red morocco label on spine. An early objection to dueling, pronounced following the Burr v Hamilton duel. American Imprints 7301; Sabin 89807. Bound with nine other early sermons printed in Newburyport and Boston, viz: Hemmenway, Moses. A discourse concerning the Church...Boston 1792. Lacking the bottom half of the title leaf, with slight damage and small loss on the contents leaf. Evans 24389; Lowell, John. A sermon occasioned by the much lamented death of Col. Moses Titcomb, who fell in battle near Lake George, Newburyport: from the Press of E.W. Allen, 1806. American Imprints 10752; Thayer, Ebenezer. Family Worship. Two Sermons of the late Rev. Ebenezer Thayer. Newburyport: Edmund M. Blunt, 1799. Evans 36406; Spring, Samuel. A Thanksgiving sermon preached November 29, 1798. Newburyport: Edmund M. Blunt, 1798. Evans 36406; Dana, Joseph. The duty and reward for loving our country, and seeking it's [sic] prosperity. A discourse delivered in two parts at the national fast, April 25th, 1799. Boston: printed by Manning & Loring, 1799. Evans 35378; Sanborn, Peter. Three sermons delivered in Newburyport, February, 1801; being a time of attention to religion. Newburyport: printed by Allen & Stickney, 1802. American Imprints 3048; Stevens, John H. Two sermons delivered in Newburyport, February, 1801: being a time of awakening. Newburyport: printed by Allen & Stickney, 1802. American Imprints 3048; Cary, Thomas. A sermon delivered to the First Religious Society in Newburyport, September 27th, 1801: being the last Lord's-Day of their assembling in the old meeting house. Newburyport: from the press of Allen & Stickney, 1801. American Imprints 285; Andrews, John. A sermon delivered October 1st, 1801 at the dedication of a new house for public worship, erected by the First Religious Society. Newburyport: from the press of Allen & Stickney, 1801. American Imprints 1506; Kippis, Andrew. A sermon on the Lord's Supper. Newburyport: printed by Edmund M. Blunt, 1801. American Imprints 765. Item #57355

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