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Appleton, Nathanael
Appleton, Nathaniel
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1693-1784
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Brinley, George (1817-1875)
Chittenden, Abraham (1751-1848)
Green, Bartholomew (1667-1732)
Henchman, Daniel (1689-1761)
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Wadsworth, Benjamin (1750-1826)
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A sermon preached October 9.
blessedness of a fixed heart grounded upon truly religious principles illustrated in a discourse on Psal. CXII. 7. Delivered Feb. 24. 1760. The Lord's-Day after the funeral of Henry Flynt, Esq; who deceased Feb. 13. aetatis 85. Having been a tutor 55, and a Fellow o the Corporation of Harvard-College 60 years. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. [Three lines of Scripture texts]., The
blessedness of a fixed heart grounded upon truly religious principles, The : illustrated in a discourse on Psal. CXII. 7. Delivered Feb. 24. 1760. The Lord's Day after the funeral of Henry Flynt, esq; who deceased Feb. 13 Ætatis 85. Having been a tutor 55, and a fellow of the corporation of Harvard-college 60 years.
Christian glorying in tribulation, from a sense of its happy fruits. a discourse occasion'd by the death of that pious and afflicted gentlewoman Mrs. Martha Gerrish (wife of Mr. Benjamin Gerrish, and daughter of the late Col. Foxcroft) who rested from all her pains and sorrows, April 14. 1736. Having newly compleated the 48th year of her age., The
comfortable reflections, and glorious prospects of a distinguish'd saint, at the approach of death. Exhibited in a sermon preach'd March 27. 1737. being the Lord's day after the funeral of ... Mr. Benjamin Wadsworth, President of Harvard College. By Nathanael Appleton ..., The
Considerations on slavery. In a letter to a friend.
crown of eternal life, the sure reward of the faithful, 1769:, The
cry of oppression where judgment is looked for and the sore calamities such a people may expect from a righteous God illustrated in two discourses from Isaiah V. vii. on January 28. 1747,48: which was set apart by the government for fasting and prayer, in consideration of the remarkable judgments of God upon the land: and more especially the destruction of the court-house by fire the 9th of December last., The
difference between a legal and an evangelical justification set forth in an exposition (in course) of Romans III. 20, 21, 22, 23 verses., The
Evangelical and saving repentance, flowing from a sense of the dying love of Christ distinguished from a legal sorrow. In a sermon from Zech. XII. 10. Preach'd at Newton, August 9th, 1741.
faithful and wise servant, had in honour, throughout the churches. A discourse occasioned by the much lamented death of the Rev. Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. Hollis professor of divinity in Harvard College, Cambridge; who departed this life, January 16, 1765. in the 73rd year of his age. Having faithfully and laudably discharged the office of professor for more than 42 years., A
Faithful ministers of Christ, the salt of the earth, and the light of the world. Illustrated in a sermon preach'd before the ministers of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, at their annual convention in Boston. May 26. 1743.
funeral-sermon: occasion'd by the death of the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq late lieutenant-governour and commander in chief, in and over His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. Who departed this life April 4. 1757. aet. 73. Preach'd at the publick lecture in Boston, Thursday April 14. At the desire of the Honourable His Majesty's Council, A ; and in the audience of the General Assembly.
God, and not ministers to have the glory of all success given to the preached Gospel illustrated in two discourses, from I. Cor. iii. 6. Occasioned by the late powerful and awakening preaching of the Revd Mr. Whitefield. And published at the desire of many of the hearers.
God and not ministers to have the glory of all success given to the preached Gospel : illustrated in two discourses from I. Cor. iii. 6, occasioned by the lated powerful and awakening preaching of the Revd. Mr. Whitefield ...
Gospel ministers must be fit for the master's use, and prepared to every good work, if they would be vessels unto honour Illustrated in a sermon preached at Deerfield, August 31, 1735. At the ordination of Mr. John Sargent, to the evangelical ministry, with a special reference to the Indians of Houssatonnoc, who have lately manifested their desires to receive the Gospel. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge.
Gospel-ministers to preach Christ to their people ; together with the manner and end of their doing it briefly considered in a sermon preached at Marshfield, Sept. 5. 1759. When the Reverend Mr. Thomas Brown was ordained pastor of the First Church there.
Gospel-preaching describ'd & recommended
great apostle Paul exhibited and recommended as a pattern of true Gospel preaching, The : in a sermon preach'd at Roxbury, November 7, 1750, at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Oliver Peabody, Junr.
great man fallen in Israel a sermon preached at Cambridge, the Lord's-Day after the death of the Reverend & learned John Leverett, late president of Harvard-College. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. [Three lines from Psalms]., A
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How God wills the salvation of all men, and their coming to the knowledge of the truth as the means thereof : illustrated in a sermon from I Tim. II, 4 preached in Boston, March 27, 1753 at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Stephen Badger, as a missionary with a special reference to the Indians at Natick ...
Mr. Appleton's exposition of Rom. III, 20, 21, 22, 23
Mr. Appleton's sermon at the ordination of Mr. Stephen Badger, March 27th, 1753
Mr. Appleton's sermon at the Thursday lecture in Boston
Mr. Appleton's sermons upon the success of the preached Gospel
plain and faithful testimony against that abominable, but too fashionable vice of profane swearing, A : being the substance of several discourses from James V.12 which came lately in course to be expounded
Righteousness and uprightness recommended, from the high regards, which the righteous Lord shews thereto. a funeral-discourse, preached after the death of the Honorable Francis Foxcroft, Esq ; who died Dec. 31. 1727. In the 71st. year of his age.
sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Peter Thacher to the pastoral care of the First Church in Malden, September 19, 1770., A
sermon preached October 9. Being a day of public thanksgiving, occasioned by the surrender of Montreal, and all Canada, September 8th. 1760. to His Britannic Majesty. Effected by the British and provincial troops under the command of General Amherst., A
servant's actual readiness for the coming of his Lord, described, and recommended In two discourses preached at Lexington, December 17th. 1752. Being the Lord's Day after the funeral of their late venerable and aged pastor, the Reverend Mr. John Hancock, who going t bed as well as usual the night after the 5th of December, and awaking some time after midnight with a great pain in his stomach, died in a few minutes. In the 82d year of his age, and 54th of his ministry. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. Published at the reques of the people of Lexington. [Five lines from Mark]., The
Some unregenerate persons not so far from the Kingdom of God as others. Illustrated in a sermon from Mark XII. 34. Preached some time past at the Thursday lecture in Boston.
Superiour skill and wisdom necessary for winning souls, which is the grand design of the ministerial office illustrated in a sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. John Sparhawk, to the pastoral office over a church of Christ in Salem ; on the eighth day of December, 1736.
usefulness and necessity of gifts: but the transcendent excellency of grace, especially that of charity. Illustrated in a sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Matthew Bridge in Framingham., The : February 19th 1745,6.
wisdom of God in the redemption of fallen man, illustrated in several discourses, from Eph. I.viii., The
wisdom of God in the redemption of fallen man illustrated in several dscourses, from Eph. I. viii. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Cambridge. With a preface of the Reverend Mr. Benj. Wadsworth, president of Harvard College. [Six lines o Scripture texts]., The
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