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Washington's farewell address, to the people of the United States. : Published for the Washington Benevolent Society.
Washington's farewell address to the people of the United States.
washington's birthday, royal poinciana, palm beach, fla
Trust in God, the duty of a people in a day of trouble. : a sermon preached, May 30th. 1770.
The violent destroyed and oppressed delivered. A sermon preached at Lexington, April 19, 1777. For a memorial of the bloody tragedy, barbarously acted, by a party of British troops, in that town and the adjacent, April 19, 1775.
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
The speech of His Excellency Governor Strong, delivered before the legislature of Massachusetts, October 16, 1812.
The snare broken. : A thanksgiving-discourse, preached at the desire of the West Church in Boston, N.E. Friday May 23, 1766.
The separation of the Jewish tribes, after the death of Solomon, accounted for, and applied to the present day, in a sermon preached before the General Court, on Friday, July the 4th, 1777. Being the anniversary of the Declaration of Independency.
The security of a nation : a sermon preached in Trinity Church in the city of New York on Thursday, April 13, A.D. 1815,
The ruler's duty and honor, in serving his generation ; and his dismission by death, and entering into peace :
The rights of the British colonies asserted and proved
The right method of addressing the Divine Majesty in prayer : so as to support and strengthen our faith in dark and troublesome times.
The reward of Toryism. : a discourse on Judges V. 23.
The petitions of Rufus Davenport to the twenty four states, for the adoption of the free debt rules. : [Two lines of verse] : Also, the rise and progress--the usurped dominion, and the urged abolition, of imprisonment for debt.
The North-American calendar, or, The Rhode-Island almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ 1784 : being bissextile, or leap-year, and the eighth of American independence, which commenced July 4, 1776. Calculated for the meridian of Providence in the stat
The New-England almanack, or Lady's and gentleman's diary, for the year of our Lord Christ 1783 : being the third after bissextile, or leap-year, and the seventh of American independence, which commenced July 4, 1776.
The New-England almanack, or Lady's and gentleman's diary, for the year of our Lord Christ 1782 : being the second after bissextile, or leap-year, and the sixth of American independence, which commenced July 4, 1776.
The misery and duty of an oppress'd and enslav'd people : represented in a sermon delivered at Salisbury, July 14, 1774.
The means of national prosperity. : A sermon, delivered at Litchfield, Connecticut, on the day of the anniversary thanksgiving, December 2, 1819

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