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A discourse, delivered in the meeting house of the First Society in Norwich.
|Statement||By John Tyler, A.M. rector of Christ Church Norwich. ; [One line motto]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 48647.|
|Contributions||Freemasons. Somerset Lodge (Norwich, Conn.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27,  p.|
|Number of Pages||27|
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A centennial discourse, delivered in the First Congregational Church, Mansfield Centre, July / by K.B. Glidden including a history of the First Congregational Church and a sketch of the early settlement, ecclesiastical and civil history of the town: Glidden, K. B. (Kiah Bailey), Willimantic, Conn.: Enterprise Print. Company, . The first services in the Capitol, held when the government moved to Washington in the fall of , were conducted in the "hall" of the House in the north wing of the building. In the House moved to temporary quarters in the south wing, called the "Oven," which it vacated in , returning to the north wing for three years.
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Richard Price, A Discourse on the Love of Our Country, delivered on Nov. 4,at the Meeting-House in the Old Jewry, to the Society for Commemorating the Revolution in Britain. A discourse, delivered at the African meeting-house, in Boston, J in grateful celebration of the abolition of the African slave-trade, by the governments of the United States, Great Britain and Denmark.
by Morse, Jedidiah, fifty had settled within the tract, many were Quakers. A frame meeting house and burial ground were established just north of Norwich village in See a paper about the A discourse Meeting in the Canadian Quaker History Journal, No.
75, p - Meetings began in and Norwich Preparative Meeting was established in under. Full text of "History of Bedford Church; discourse delivered at the celebration of the two hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Presbyterian Church of Bedford, Westchester Co.,New York, March 22d, " See other formats.
The first entry in the " Records of the Congregational Society," as made in their new book, bears date, " Brattleboro, 7th April, ," and is, for substance as follows: Pursuant to a legal request, the inhabitants of the Congregational Society were noti- fied and warned to convene at the meeting house on the 19th of April, inst., at 2 p.
Semi-centennial historical discourse delivered in the meeting house of the Preston Baptist Church: Preston, Connecticut, Octo Author: Miles Gilbert Smith ; Baptist Church (Preston, Conn.). It contains the first and the second discourse of Rousseau. The first discourse ("Discourse on the Arts and Sciences") is Rosseau's answer to the question posed by the Academy of Dijon Has the restoration of the science and arts tended to purify morals?.It is divided in two main parts.
The first part's thesis is that our souls have been corrupted in proportion to the advancement of our arts. A Discourse Delivered Before an Assembly of Free and Accepted Masons, Convened for the Purpose of Installing a Lodge in the City of Norwich, in Connecticut, on the Festival of St.
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A centennial discourse delivered before the Congregational Society in the Third Parish of Dedham, January 17th, / by John White -- 4. An historical address delivered before the citizens of the Town of Dedham, on the twenty-first of September,being the second centennial anniversary of the incorporation of the town / by Samuel F.
Samuel Adams to the Norwich Committee of Correspondence, Jin A Historical Discourse Delivered in Norwich, Connecticut, September 7,at the Bi-Centennial Celebration of the Settlement of the Town, ed. Daniel Coit Gilman (Boston: Geo.
Rand and Avery, City Printers, ), In a study of dyadic conversations between four female and four male pairs of friends, the use of the phrase you know and questions are examined within three types of discourse.
Women and men are found to use these features with equal frequency; and all speakers, regardless of sex or gender, use them in comparable ways. The duty of promoting Christianity by the circulation of books: a discourse delivered before the Unitarian Book and Pamphlet Society, at the annual meeting, / (Boston: Published by the Book and Pamphlet Society, ), by Henry Ware (page images at HathiTrust).
History. In January"Thomas Brattle conveyed the land on which the meeting-house was to stand; and on the 10th of May,a formal invitation was extended to Benjamin Colman to be its minister."To distinguish itself in contrast to Boston's three other Congregational churches, the new fourth church issued a manifesto that detailed a somewhat relaxed attitude toward rigid Calvinist.
A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Hugh Wallis, to the pastoral care of the Church of Christ in Bath, (District of Maine) December 9, / by: Gillet, Eliphalet, Published: (). The American Anti-Slavery Society at War with the Church: A Discourse Delivered Before the First Congregational Church and Society, in Canterbury, Conn., June 30th.
Some strictures upon the sacred story recorded in the Book of Esther, shewing the power and oppression of state ministers tending to the ruin and destruction of God's people: and the remarkable interpositions of divine providence, in favour of the oppressed; in a discourse, delivered at Newbury-port, North Meeting-House, March 8th, Repairing The Breach.
A Historical Discourse preached in Plymouth, Mass., at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Pilgrim Conference of Churches. by Joseph S. Clark, D.D. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A DISCOURSE delivered before the HUMANESOCIETY OF THE COMMONWEALTHof MASSACHUSETTS, AT THEIR SEMIANNUAL MEETING, JUNE 14th, CHANDLER ROBBINS, D.D.
MINISTER OF THE FIRST CHURCH IN PLYMOUTH* “This my Son was dead, and is alive again.” Luke, xr. BOSTON.