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A memorial of Lexington Battle, and of some signal interpositions of Providence in the American Revolution. : a sermon preached at Lexington, on the nineteenth of April, 1782.
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 reward of Toryism. : a discourse on Judges V. 23.
A discourse delivered at the Third parish in Newbury, on the first of May, 1783, occasioned by the ratification of a treaty of peace, between Great-Britain, and the United States of America.
Due glory to be given to God. : a discourse containing two sermons preached in Cambridge May 15, 1783. Being a day appointed by government for publick fasting and prayer.
Directions with regard to the improvement of temporal blessings : a thanksgiving sermon, delivered to the First Society in New-London, December 2d, 1784.
A sermon preached before the honorable the Council, and the honorable the Senate, and House of representatives, of the state of New-Hampshire, June 3, 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 sermon, preached before His Excellency James Bowdoin, Esq. governour ; His Honour Thomas Cushing, Esq. lieutenant-governour ; the Honourable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 31, 1786 : being th
An address to the freemen of South Carolina, on the subject of the Federal Constitution : proposed by the Convention, which met in Philadelphia, May, 1787.
Substance of an address to a meeting of the citizens of Philadelphia delivered, October sixth, MDCCLXXXVII by the Honorable James Wilson...
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 before His Excellency James Bowdoin, Esq., governour, His Honour Thomas Cushing, Esq., lieutenant-governour, the Honourable the Council, and the Honourable the Senate, and House of Representatives, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, M
An address to the people of the state of New-York on the subject of the Constitution : agreed upon at Philadelphia, the 17th of September, 1787.
An address to the people of the state of New-York : shewing the necessity of making amendments to the Constitution, proposed for the United States, previous to its adoption. By a plebeian.
Debates of the Convention of the state of Pennsylvania on the Constitution, proposed for the government of the United States : in two volumes.
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.
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
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
A discourse delivered at Wethersfield, December 11th, 1783 : being a day of public thanksgiving, throughout the United States of America.

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