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An oration addressed to the citizens of the town of Quincy : on the fourth of July, 1831, the fifty-fifth anniversary of the independence of the United States of America
The evil designs of men made subservient by God to the public good, particularly illustrated in the rise, progress and conclusion of the American war. : a sermon preached at Lexington, on the nineteenth of April, 1783, being the anniversary of the commenc
Eulogy on the Hon. John Wheelock, LL.D., late president of Dartmouth University, who died April 4, 1817 :
An oration, upon the beauties of liberty : or the essential rights of the Americans.
The speech of Mr. Ames in the House of Representatives of the United States, when in committee of the whole, on Thursday, April 28, 1796, in support of the following motion
A funeral oration, delivered before the city government and citizens of Roxbury : on the occasion of paying funeral honors to Zachary Taylor, late President of the United States, July 31, 1850.
The right method of addressing the Divine Majesty in prayer : so as to support and strengthen our faith in dark and troublesome times.
Speech of Mr. G. Ashmun, of Massachusetts, on the revolution in France, and emancipation in its colonies. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States.
An oration, delivered on the Fourth of July, 1829 : at the celebration of American independence, in the city of Boston
 An oration pronounced at Worcester, on the Fourth of July, 1798 : the anniversary of the independence of the United States of America
The Lord is to be praised for the triumphs of his power. : A sermon, preached at Greenwich, in Connecticut, on the 18th of December 1777. : Being a general thanksgiving through the United American States.
A sermon preached in Long-Meadow at the publick fast, April 17th, MDCCLXXXVIII
Simplicity and godly sincerity, in a Christian minister, the sure way to happiness :
A sermon, delivered before His Excellency Caleb Strong, esq., governor, the honorable the Council, Senate and House of representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26, 1802. Being the day of general election.
An oration, pronounced at Sutton, Massachusetts, July 5th, 1813 : in commemoration of American independence
The casting down of thrones : a discourse on the present state of Europe, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, May 14, 1848 by Albert Barnes ; [One line from Daniel].
Speech of the Honorable James A. Bayard, of Delaware. February 19, 20, 1802. On the bill received from the Senate, entitled "An act to repeal certain acts respecting the organization of the courts of the United States."
The means of national prosperity. : A sermon, delivered at Litchfield, Connecticut, on the day of the anniversary thanksgiving, December 2, 1819
An address, delivered on the third anniversary of the Washington Benevolent Society, April 30, 1814.
An oration, pronounced at Worcester, (Mass.) on the thirty-sixth anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1812 by Francis Blake.

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