A discourse, preached before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, June 1, 1829, being the 191st anniversary. .
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|Author(s):||Whitman, Bernard, 1796-1834|
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United States--Moral conditions
|Published:||Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed by E.W. Metcalf and Co.. 1829|
|LC Classification:||B, BX|
|Additional Authors:||Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts|
At head of title: "National defence."
With: A discourse delivered before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, on the celebration of their 190th anniversary, Boston, June 2, 1828 / John Pierpont A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Presbury, over the Second Congregational Society in Northfield, Mass. / John Pierpont Smooth preaching / James Walker Three important questions answered, relating to the Christian name, character and hopes / Henry Ware A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Warren Burton as minister of the Third Congregational Society in Cambridge; March 5, 1828 / F. W. P. Greenwood A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Frederick A. Farley / William Ellery Channing A discourse delivered at the installation of the Rev. Mellish Irving Motte / William Ellery Channing The recent attempt to defeat the constitutional provisions in favor of religious freedom / John Lowell The final tendency of the religious disputes of the present day, impartially considered / Leonard Withington Letters to Congress, on national free schools / Joseph Richardson An explanation of the Apocalypse, or Revelation of St. John / Alexander Smyth A discourse, deliverd before the First Parish in Hingham, on Thursday April 8, 1830. The Day of Public Fast / Samuel Presbury An address delivered at the eleventh anniversary of the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance / Henry Ware Address of the Hingham Temperance Society on the evil effects of intemperance / Hingham Temperance Society Remarks on the modern doctrine of the Universalists / Layman
|Physical Description:||,4-27 p. 21 cm|