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Trust in God, the duty of a people in a day of trouble. : a sermon preached, May 30th. 1770.
The ruler's duty and honor, in serving his generation ; and his dismission by death, and entering into peace :
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 misery and duty of an oppress'd and enslav'd people : represented in a sermon delivered at Salisbury, July 14, 1774.
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.
The importance of religion in the civil ruler, considered : a sermon, preached before the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary election, May 14th, 1778
The importance of military skill, measures for defence and a martial spirit, in a time of peace. Half-title: Mr. Clarke's artillery-election sermon.  Sermon preached to the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in Boston, New-England, June 6, 1768 :
The excellency of a good name : a sermon, delivered in the chapel of Yale-College, in New-Haven, December 4th, 1768,
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
The dominion of Providence over the passions of men. A sermon preached at Princeton, on the 17th of May, 1776. Being the general fast appointed by the Congress through the United Colonies. To which is added, an address to the natives of Scotland residing
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
The dangers of our national prosperity, and the way to avoid them : a sermon, preached before the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, at Hartford, May 12th, 1785
The Counsel of two confederate Kings to set the Son of Tabeal on the Throne, represented as evil, in it's natural tendency and moral aspect : a sermon occasion'd by the present rebellion in favour of the Pretender : preach'd in Boston at the Thursday-lect
The character and blessedness of a diligent and faithful servant: : a sermon delivered at Brookfield, October 19, 1779, at the funeral of the Honorable Jedediah Foster, Esquire, one of the justices of the Superior Court in the state of Massachusetts; who
The art of war lawful, and necessary for a Christian people, considered and enforced :
The agency and providence of God acknowledged, in the preservation of the American states. : a sermon preached at the annual thanksgiving, December 7th, 1780.
The accursed thing must be taken away from among a people, if they would reasonably hope to stand before their enemies. A sermon preached at the Thursday-lecture in Boston, September 3, 1778, and printed at the desire of the hearers.
Some thoughts upon the spirit of infallibility, claimed by the Church of Rome :
Simplicity and godly sincerity, in a Christian minister, the sure way to happiness :

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