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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Foxcroft, Thomas (1697-1769)
Mason, John (1600-1672)
Prince, Thomas (1687-1758)
Samuel Gardner Drake Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Sewall, Joseph (1688-1769)
Taylor, John (1762-1840)
Willard, Samuel (1640-1707)
Williams, John (1664-1729)
Williams, Stephen (1693-1782)
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aA brief history of the Pequot War
Account of the Revival of Religion in Boston in the Years 1740-1-2-3, An
All power in heaven, and in earth given unto Jesus Christ. a sermon preached at the public lecture in Boston New-England, Jan. 29th 1756. By Ebenezer Pemberton, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston. With a preface by the Reverend Dr. Sewall, Mr. Prince, and Mr. Foxcroft.
authentick narrative of the success of tar water, in curing a great number and variety of distempers with remarks, The
Brief directions to a young scholar designing the ministry for the study of divinity
brief discourse concerning futurities or things to come viz. The next, of second coming of Christ. Of the thousand years of Chrrst's [sic] kingdom. Of the first resurrection. Of the new heavens and new earth, A ; and of the burning of the old. Of the New Jerusalem. Of Gog and Magog. Of the calling of the Jews. Of the pouring out of the spirit on all flesh. Of the greatest battle that ever was, or shall be fought in the world. And many other things coincident with these things. Together with some useful consideration upon the whole discourse.
brief history of the Pequot War especially of the memorable taking of their fort at Mistick in Connecticut in 1637, A
Catalogue of the American portion of the library of the Rev. Thomas Prince. With a memoir, and list of his publications
character of Caleb. In a sermon delivered at the South-Church in Boston, on the Lord's-Day after the funeral of the Honourable Josiah Willard, Esq, The ; secretary of the province: who deceased December 6. 1756. Aet. 76. By Thomas Prince, M.A. and a Pastor of said church.
Christ abolishing death and bringing life and immortality to light in the Gospel a sermon occasioned by the death of the Honourable Mary Belcher late consort of His Excellency our present governour. Delivered at Boston, N.E. October 17. 1736, being the Lord's-Day after he funeral. By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the Pastors of the South Church. [Three lines from I Corinthians].
Christ victorious over the powers of darkness, by the light of his preached Gospel a sermon preached in Boston, December 12. 1733. At the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Stephen Parker, Mr. Ebenezer Hinsdell [i.e. Hinsdale], and Mr. Joseph Seccombe, chosen by the commissioners to the Honourable Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge, at Edinburgh, to carry the Gospel to the aboriginal natives on the borders of New England. By Joseph Sewall, D.D. Pastor to a church of Christ in Boston. To which are annexed, a brief account of the Honourable Society and of the present mission, with an abstract of the ordination prayers, and the charge given by the Reverend Mr. Colman. And the right hand of fellowship given by the Reverend Mr. Prince. [Two lines from Psalms].
chronological history of New-England in the form of annals being a summary and exact account of the most material transactions and occurrences relating to this country, in the order of time wherein they happened, from the discovery by Capt. Gosnold in 1602, to the arrival of Governor Belcher, in 1730. With an introduction, containing a brief epitome of the most remarkable transactions and events abroad, from the Creation: including the connected line of time, the succession of patriarchs and sovereigns of the most famous kingdoms & empires, the gradual discoveries of America, and the progress of the Reformation to the discovery of New-England. By Thomas Prince, M.A. Vol. I. [Four lines of Scripture texts]., A
Civil rulers raised up by God to feed His people : a sermon at the publick lecture in Boston, July 25, 1728, in the audience of His Excellency the Governour, His Honour the Lieut. Governour, and the Honourable the Council and representatives of the province, being the Thursday after His Excellency's arrival here
compleat body of divinity, A : in two hundred and fifty expository lectures on the Assembly's Shorter catechism : wherein the doctrines of the Christian religion are unfolded, their truth confirm'd, their excellence display'd, their usefulness improv'd, contrary errors & vices refuted & expos'd, objections answer'd, controversies settled, cases of conscience resolv'd; and a great light thereby reflected on the present age
Discourses on the whole LVth chapter of Isaiah. Preparatory to communion at the Lord's-table. : To which is added, the author's last sermon.
Dying exercises of Mrs. Deborah Prince, and devout meditations of Mrs. Sarah Gill, daughters of the late Rev. Thomas Prince, Minister of the South Church, Boston.
dying prayer of Christ, for His people's preservation and unity. a sermon to the North Church in Boston, January XXV. 1731,2. Being a day of prayer for the divine direction, in their choice of another colleague pastor, to succeed the Rev. Dr. Cotton Mather., The
Earthquakes the works of God and tokens of his just displeasure. Two sermons on Psal. xviii. 7. At the particular fast in Boston, Nov. 2. and the general thanksgiving, Nov. 9. Occasioned by the late dreadful earthquake. Wherein among other things is offered a brief account of the natural causes of these operations in the hands of God: with a relation of some late terrible ones in other parts of the world, as well as those that have been perceived in New-England since it's [sic] settlement by English inhabitants.
Extraor[dinary ev]ents the doings of God, and [marv]ellous in pious eyes. Illustrated in a sermon at the South Church in Boston, N.E. On the general thanksgiving, Thursday, July 18, 1745. Occasion'd by taking the city of Louisbourg on the Isle of Cape-Breton, by New-England soldiers, assisted by a British squadron. By Thomas Prince, M.A. And one of the pastors of the said Church.
Extraordinary events the doings of God, and marvellous in pious eyes. Illustrated in a sermon at the South Church in Boston, N.E. On the general thanksgiving, Thursday, July 18, 1745. Occasion'd by taking the city of Louisbourg on the Isle of Cape-Breton, by New-England soldiers, assisted by a British Squadron. By Thomas Prince, M.A. and one of the pastors of said Church.
Faithful history of remarkable occurrences in the captivity and deliverance of Mr. John Williams, minister of the Gospel in Deerfield
faithful servant approv'd at death, and entring into the joy of his Lord. A sermon at the publick lecture in Boston. July XXVII. 1732. Occasion'd by the much lamented death of the Honourable Daniel Oliver, esq: one of His Majesty's council for the province. Who deceased there the 23rd. of the same month. in the 69th. year of his age., The
funeral sermon on the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Williams who deceased Tuesday January 10. 1737,8. Aetatis 63. Delivered at the South-Church in Boston, on the Lord's Day after., A
funeral sermon on the Reverend Nathanael Williams, who deceased Tuesday, January 10, 1737, 8, aetatis 63, A : delivered at the South-Church in Boston on the Lord's day after
God brings to the desired haven. a thanksgiving-sermon deliver'd at the lecture in Boston. N.E. On Thursday September 5. 1717. Upon occasion of the author's safe arrival thro' many great hazards & deliverances, especially on the seas, in above eight years absence from his dear & native country.
God glorified in the work of redemption, by the greatness of man's dependance upon him, in the whole of it. a sermon preached on the publick lecture in Boston, July 8. 1731. : And published at the desire of several, ministers and others, in Boston, who heard it.
grave and death destroyed and believers ransomed and redeemed from them; a sermon at Midleborough, East-Precinct July VII, 1728; being the Lord's-Day after the decease & funeral of Samuel Prince, Esq; there., The
Indian converts: or, Some account of the lives and dying speeches of a considerable number of the Christianized Indians of Martha's Vineyard, in New-England ...
Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap. Relating some of God's remarkable providences to him, in bringing him into New-England : [One line from Hebrews] : To which is annexed, a short account of the author and his family.
Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap. Relating some of God's remarkable providences to him, in bringing him into New-England : [One line from Hebrews].
method of practice in the small-pox, with observations on the way of inoculation., The
Morning health no security against the sudden arrest of death before night : a sermon occasioned by the very sudden death of two young gentlemen in Boston, on Saturday January 14th, 1726,7, dedicated to the youth of the town
Mr. Prince (of Boston, in New-England) his sermon on the taking of Cape-Breton
Mr. Prince's sermon at the North Church
Mr. Prince's sermon in the audience of the General Court
Mr. Prince's sermon on the agency of God in droughts and rains
Mr. Prince's sermon on the death of the Honourable Thomas Cushing, Esq.
Mr. Prince's sermon on the uncertainty of life
Mr. Willard's directions for the study of divinity
natural and moral government and agency of God in causing droughts and rains, The : a sermon at the South Church in Boston, Thursday Aug. 24, 1749, being the day of the general thanksgiving in the province of the Massachusetts, for the extraordinary reviving rains, after the most distressing drought which have been known among us in the memory of any living
Nature and necessity of the new-birth
nature & necessity of the new-birth, The : in a sermon delivered in part at the publick lecture in Boston, May 9, 1728
New-England's memorial.
Pequot War
perswasive to make a public profession of Christ, and come up to all his ordinances, A
Perswasive to make a publick profession of Christ, and come up to all his ordinances
pious cry to the Lord for help when the godly and faithful fail among them, The : a sermon occasion'd by the great and publick loss in the death of the Honourable Thomas Cushing, Esq., speaker of the Honourable House of Representatives of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, April 11, 1746, delivered at the South Church in Boston, the Lord's day after his funeral
poor doubting Christian drawn to Christ. Wherein the main hindrances, which keep men from coming to Christ, are discovered., The : With special helps to recover God's favour.
practical discourse concerning the choice benefit of communion with God in His House witnessed unto by the experience of saints as the best improvement of time., A : Being the sum of several sermons on Psal. lxxxiv. 10. Preach'd in Boston, on lecture-days.
Prince library., The
Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Old and New Testament, The : faithfully translated into English metre, for the use, edification, and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in New England.
redeemed captive returning to Zion. a faithful history of remarkable occurences, in the captivity and deliverance of Mr. John Williams, Minister of the Gospel in Deerfield, who, in the desolation which befel that plantation, by an incursion of the French and Indians, was by them carried away, with all his family, and his neighbourhood, unto Canada. Drawn up by himself. Whereto there is annexed, a sermon preached by him, upon his return, at the lecture in Boston, December 5, 1706. On those words, Luke 8. 39. [Two lines of text] As also an appendix, containing a account of those taken captive at Deerfield, Feb. 29, 1703-4; of those killed after they went out of town; those who returned; and of those still absent from their native country; of those who were slain at that time in or near the town; and of the mischief done by the enemy in Deerfield, from the beginning of its settlement to the death of the Rev. Mr. Williams, in 1729. With a conclusion to the whole, by the Rev. Mr. Williams of Springfield, and the Rev. Mr. Prince of Boston., The
redeemed captive returning to Zion. a faithful history of remarkable occurrences in the captivity & deliverance of Mr. John Williams, Minister of the Gospel in Deerfield, who, in the desolation which befel that plantation, by an incursion of the French and Indians, was by them carried away, with his family, and his neighbourhood, unto Canada., The
redeemed captive returning to Zion: or, A faithful history of remarkable occurrences in the captivity and deliverance of Mr. John Williams, Minister of the Gospel in Deerfield, The ; who, in the desolation which befel that plantation, by an incursion of French and Indians, was by them carried away, with his family and his neighbourhood, into Canada.
Reverend Mr. James Davenport's confession & retractations, The
salvations of God in 1746, The : in part set forth in a sermon at the South Church in Boston, Nov. 27, 1746, being the day of the anniversary thanksgiving in the province of the Massachusetts Bay in N.E., wherein the most remarkable salvations of the year past, both in Europe and North-America, as far as they are come to our knowledge, are briefly considered
Self-examination in it's necessity and advantages urged and applied in sundry sermons delivered at Reading
sermon deliver'd at the South-Church in Boston, A
sermon delivered by Thomas Prince, M.A. on Wensday [sic] October 1, 1718, at his ordination to the pastoral charge of the South Church in Boston, N.E., A : in conjunction with the Reverend Mr. Joseph Sewall : together with the charge by the Reverend Increase Mather, D.D. and a copy of what was said at giving the right hand of fellowship by the Reverend Cotton Mather, D.D. : to which is added a discourse of the validity of ordination by the hands of presbyters, previous to Mr. Sewall's on September 16, 1718 by the late Reverend and learned Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton, pastor of the same church.
sermon delivered by Thomas Prince, M.A. on Wensday [sic], October 1, 1718. At his ordination to the pastoral charge of the South Church in Boston, N.E. in conjunction with the Reverend Mr. Joseph Sewall. Together with the charge, by the Reverend Increase Mather, D.D. and a copy of what was said at giving the right hand of fellowship, A ; by the Reverend Cotton Mather, D.D. To which is added, a discourse of the validity of ordination by the hand of presbyters, previous to Mr. Sewall's on September 16. 1713. By the late Reverend and learned Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton, Pastor of the same church.
sermon on the sorrowful occasion of the death of His late Majesty King George of blessed memory and the happy accession of His present majesty King George II. Deliver'd at the publick lecture in Boston, N.E. Aug. 24th 1727. In the audience of the great and general assembly of the province: and published at the desire of the Honourable House of representatives., A
sins of youth, remembred with bitterness. As represented in a sermon at a private meeting of a society of young men for religious exercise, on the evening after the Lord's-Day, in Boston, Feb. 14. 1724,5. upon Psalm XXV. 7., The
Two letters from the Reverend Mr. Williams & Wheelock of Lebanon, to the Rev. Mr. Davenport which were the principal means of his late conviction and retraction. : With a letter from Mr. Davenport, desiring their publication, for the good of others. : And his explanation of some passages in his late confession.
Unfruitful hearers detected & warned: or, A discourse wherein the danger of, and by, unprofitable hearing, is laid open and cautioned against As it was delivered in the course of his ministry: by Mr. Nehemiah Walter, Pastor of the church in Roxbury. First published by som of the hearers in 1696, and now re-printed at the desire of their successors. [Four lines of Scripture texts].
vade mecum for America: or A companion for traders and travellers containing I. An exact and useful table, shewing the value of any quantity of any commodity, ready cast up, from one yard or pound to ten thousand. II. A table of simple and compound interest. III. Th names of the towns, and counties in the several provinces and colonies of New-England, New-York, and the Jersies; as also the several counties in Pensilvania [sic], Maryland and Virginia: together with the time of the setting of their courts. IV. The time of the general meetings of the Baptists an Quakers. V.A description of the principal roads from the mouth of Kennebeck-River in the north-east of New England, to James-River in Virginia. VI. A correct table of the kings and queens of England, from Egbert the 1st King of England to His Present Majesty King George II. Together with several other instructive tables in arithmetick, geography &c. To which is added, the names of the streets in Boston. Collected & composed with great care & accuracy., The
Young Abel dead, yet speaketh. A sermon occasioned by the death of young Mr. Daniel Oliver, delivered at the South Church in Boston Sept. 10th 1727 ...
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