3 edition of A sermon preached at the West Parish in Amesbury found in the catalog.
A sermon preached at the West Parish in Amesbury
|Statement||By Joseph Dana, A.M. Pastor of the South Church in Ipswich.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 28533.|
|Contributions||Noyes, Nathaniel, 1735-1810., Adams, Phineas, 1743-1801., Second Congregational Church (Amesbury, Mass.).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35,  p.|
|Number of Pages||35|
The first sermon was preached by the Rev. Prentice on the occasion of the “indisposition” of the Rev. Robert Breck, who was the minister at Marlsborough in , and draws upon a portion of Matthew The second sermon was preached about 1 John and also includes a list of dates and locations for where the sermon was preached. Recent Additions - May Compiled by Helen M. McFarland (Vol. 4, No. 2), pages to GEROULD, SAMUEL LANKTON, Brief History of the Congregational Church in Goffstown, N. H., Being Part of a Sermon Preached July 9, , With a Few Later Additions JOSEPH, History of Amesbury, Including the First Seventeen Years of Salisbury, to.
The records of the Amesbury Church [West Parish] show, that from to Francis Chase was under discipline in that Church 'for greatly neglecting the public worship of God.' A committee of the same body also visited Mr. Abner Chase in for 'absenting himself from public worship.'. On , he preached an excellent sermon, entering the eighty eighth year of his age, the only sermon that ever was, perhaps ever will be, preaching in this country at such an age. On he went off, bringing up the rear of our first generation.". Bellows, Henry W. Relation of Christianity to Human Nature a Sermon Preached at the Ordination of ick N. Knapp, as Colleague Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Brookline, Mass., on Wednesday, October 6, Boston: Wm. Crosby and H. P. Nichols, Bellows, Henry W., and Samuel Gilman. Sermon Preached Novem at the Ordination of .
The sermon was preached by the Rev. W. A. Spooner, Fellow of New College. The University sermons on Sunday last were preached at St. Mary's, in the morning by Canon King, Professor of Pastoral Theology; in the afternoon by Dr. Benson, Chancellor of Lincoln, and late Head Master of Wellington College. Dover, Mass -- History. from old catalog. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Dover, Mass; History. from old catalog; Filed under: Dover, Mass -- History. from old catalog Dedication of the Sawin memorial building, Dover, ([Dover, Mass.] Printed by the Dover historical and natural history society, ), by Dover Dover historical and natural history . Rev. Shubael Dummer (16 February – 25 January ) was an American Congregational church minister who was killed in the Candlemas Massacre in York, bed as a man of "beautiful Christian character", Dummer founded the First Parish Congregational Church of York, the oldest church congregation in the U.S. state of Maine.
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