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A sermon, preached in the camp at Roxbury, November 23, 1775 : being the day appointed by authority for thanksgiving through the province.
A sermon, delivered to the First religious society in Roxbury, December 11, 1783; being the first day of public thanksgiving, in America, after the restoration of peace, and the ultimate acknowledgment of her independence
God is to be praised for the glory of his majesty, and for his mighty works. A sermon, delivered at North-Haven, December 11, 1783. The day appointed by the United States for a general thanksgiving on account of the peace concluded with Great-Britain.
A sermon preached in the Third Presbyterian Church in the city of Philadelphia, on Thursday December 11, 1783 : the day appointed by the United States in Congress assembled, to be observed as a day of thanksgiving, for the restoration of peace, and establ
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.
An oration, upon the beauties of liberty : or the essential rights of the Americans.
Directions with regard to the improvement of temporal blessings : a thanksgiving sermon, delivered to the First Society in New-London, December 2d, 1784.
The Divine goodness displayed, in the American Revolution : a sermon, preached in New-York, December 11th, 1783. Appointed by Congress, as a day of public thanksgiving, throughout the United States
A discourse delivered at Wethersfield, December 11th, 1783 : being a day of public thanksgiving, throughout the United States of America.
Reflections on the goodness of God in supporting the people of the United States through the late war, and giving them so advantageous and honourable a peace. : a sermon preached on the day of annual and national thanksgiving December 11, 1783.