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An oration delivered in the Presbyterian Church, at Newark, on the Fourth of July, 1797
|Statement||By Isaac Watts Crane, A.M. ; Published at the request of a respectable number of the auditors. ; [Six lines of quotations]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 32000.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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oration, delivered in corinthian hall, rochester, by frederick douglass, july 5th, by published request rochester: printed 1797 book lee, mann co., american. "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?" is the title now given to a speech by Frederick Douglass delivered on July 5,in Corinthian Hall, Rochester, New York, addressing the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society.
The speech is perhaps the most widely known of all of Frederick Douglass' writings save his autobiographies. Available in An oration delivered in the Presbyterian Church National Library of Australia collection. Author: Beckley, John James, ; Format: Book, Online; 1 sheet ( p.) An oration, delivered by John Beckley, 1797 book.
on the 4th of March,in the German Reformed Church | National Library of Australia. Full text of "Books, pamphlets and on the Fourth of July printed at Newark, New Jersey, " See other formats. George Mifflin Dallas () served as Mayor of Philadelphia and 11th Vice President to James K.
Polk. As a member of the Democratic Party, specifically the “Family party” on the Fourth of July, Dallas advocated for an active federal government and believed in the power of the Constitution as a “plain and intelligible” document, meaning that all men, no matter their age or rank, had.
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Published by request of that Society, and also, of the South-Carolina State Society of Cincinnati. at Newark Published: () An oration: delivered before a lodge at Newark Free and Accepted Masons, in the church at Providence (Rhode-Island) on Monday the twenty-eighth of December, / by: Varnum, James M.
Published: (). Sermon, Delivered in the New Presbyterian Church, New-York, July Fourth,Being the Nineteenth Anniversary of the Independence of America; at the Request of, and Before, the Mechanic, Tammany, and Democratic Societies, and the Military Officers. New York.
Thomas Greenleaf. Miller, Samuel. The oath. A sermon on the nature and obligation of the oath, with special reference to the oath of allegiance.
Delivered in the Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Va., Ma (Lexington [Va.] Printed at the Gazette Office, ), by William Henry Ruffner (page images at HathiTrust) Sermons on the Lord's prayer.
He then was settled over the Presbyterian Church of Fishkill village, Dutchess County, N. where he labored eight years, and died at the age of sixty-nine, in John Flavel Clark was the eldest of three sons of Dr. Joseph Clark, who was pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, New Brunswick, N.
J., from to his death, in Community Presbyterian Church: printed ephemera ; History of the Community Presbyterian Church,by Verna Allen, Chester, NJ - Churches Federated Church of Chester: printed ephemera, Oration delivered on the fourth of July, before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston, An () Patterson, Adoniram J.
(Adoniram Judson), Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln: delivered in Portsmouth, N.H., Ap () available in print. July 4. German Lutheran Church, Fourth and Carpenter Streets, Consecrated. July 5. Unveiling the statue of Washington Monument in front of Independence Hall.
Dedicated by the school children. July The Third Reformed Church, Tenth. To Sarah Savage Thatcher. Philadelphia 4 July My dear Sally— When I wrote you last I hardly thought of writing again this Session—But some unexpected Business will detain us a day or two1—.
I recieved yours of the 26 th June last evening, & am very glad at seeing Mr. Kissic [M c Kessuk] had begun his work.I am now disarmed of all my angar to him, & you may tell him I.
Our guest author, Dr. David W. Hall, returns today with another installment in his series on Election Day Sermons.
Hall has served as senior pastor of the Midway Presbyterian Church of Powder Springs, Georgia sinceand prior to that was pastor of the Covenant Presbyterian Church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Captain Camp commanded an artillery company, but whether any active service was performed by the cannon in Newark-beyond firing national salutes upon each recurring Fourth of July -is not certain.
During the war of the cannon was in possession of an artillery company, commanded by Captain John I. Plume, stationed in Newark.  Colleges religious institutions: a discourse delivered in the Park Presbyterian Church, Newark, N.J., Oct. 29, before the Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education at the West by Peters, Absalom, available in print.
A sermon delivered in St. Paul's Church, on the 4th of July, When the "Form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, for the inestimable blessings of religious and civil liberty," was first used. / By Samuel Magaw, D.D. Rector of St. Paul's in Philadelphia, and vice-provost of the University of Pennsylvania.
Good republican: a discourse, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Newark, N.J. on Thanksgiving Day, Dec. 12,The () available in print. Stearns, Oliver, Gospel applied to the fugitive slave law: a sermon preached to the Third Congregational Society of Hingham, on Sunday, March 2,The () available in print.
Edmond, David, An Oration delivered at Ridg[e]field on the Fourth of July,before a large concourse of people, assembled to commemorate their National Independence.
Danbury, MDCCXCIX. Gardiner, John, Esq., The Speech of, delivered in the House of Representatives. On Thursday, the 26th of January, Boston, Oration on the abolition of the slave trade: delivered in the African Church, in the city of New-York, January 1,An () available in print.
Williams, Robert H. (Robert Hunter), Good land: a thanksgiving sermon, delivered November 24th,in the Presbyterian Church of Frederick, The () available in print. Sin of slavery: a discourse, first preached in the N.S.
Presbyterian Church, Rockford, Ill., July 15th, by Johnson, Lyman H. (Lyman Huggins), () available in print Sin of slavery, the guilt of the church, and the duty of the ministry: an address delivered before the Abolition Society at New York, on anniversary week,  Lectures on the History of the Eastern Church (delivered in Oxford), Lond.
and N. York, No complete history, but a series of picturesque descriptions of the most interesting characters and scenes in the Eastern church. Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church, Lond. and N. York, l'76, in 3 vols.
An address delivered in Christ church, at the funeral of Joseph W. Ingraham (Boston, J. Eastburn, city printer, ), by John Woart (page images at HathiTrust) An address delivered in the First Church, Salem, at the funeral services of Charles W.
Upham, J /. Distinguished guests and residents of Medford. The good old days. Letter to the Editor. A Medford business incident. Reformed Beliefs G. 1 A Brief Inquiry into the Causes of the Poetic Element in the Scottish Mind: Being a Lecture delivered before the Christian Young Men's Association of the city of Kingston.(microfilm) () 2 An Address delivered at the Opening of Queen's College, (microfilm) () 3 An Address delivered on April 5,Before the Senatus and.
“Art. XXIX. [Review of] A Funeral Oration, delivered at the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, on the 22d day of February,being the day recommended by Congress to the Citizens of the United States, publicly to testify their Grief for the Death of General Washington: by appointment of a number of the Clergy of.
Boudinot, Elias. An Oration Delivered at Elizabeth-Town, New-Jersey, Agreeably to a Resolution of the State Society of [the] Cincinnati on the Fourth of July, Elizabeth-Town: Shepard Kollock, See p. PFF4 [___].
The Second Advent, or Coming of the Messiah in Glory, Shown to Be a True Scripture Doctrine. By an American. Just a few days ago, we looked briefly at the life and ministry of the Rev. Francis Lord’s Day we present the sermon delivered by the Rev. William M. Paxton, inon the occasion of Dr. Herron’s death.
In good 19th-century fashion, the sermon is in places somewhat flowery to modern sensibilities. The Farmer's Almanac, for the Year of Our Lordbeing the 3d after Bissextile or Leap-Year, and, after the Fourth of July, the Forty-Fourth of American Independence.
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His minor publications include “An Oration delivered on the 4th of July,at Northampton, Mass.” (Northampton, ); “History of the Political System of Europe,” translated from Heeren (); “An Oration delivered before the Democracy of Springfield and Neighboring Towns, July 4.
” (2d ed., with prefatory remarks. Reformed Beliefs M. 1 My Father's House; or, The Heaven of the Bible.() 2 President Lincoln; His Figure in History: A Discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Princeton, New Jersey, on June 1, () 3 Some Reminiscences of a Twenty Years' Ministry in Princeton, New Jersey.
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