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- 2 editions - first published in 1815
An oration, delivered at Dighton, (Massachusetts) July 4th, 1799: In commemoration of the independence of this United States of America.2 editions - first published in 1799
A reference, not only of good but of the evil that befalls us in life, to the hand of God, an essential principle of piety2 editions - first published in 1798
Zion enlarged by her own energy: a discourse delivered at the meeting of the Benevolent Society, at Wareham, (Mass.) June 10, 18121 edition - first published in 1812
The criminality of restraining prayer: a sermon delivered before the Congregational Society in Berkley, Massachusetts, November 6, 18081 edition - first published in 1809
The Scriptures liable to be wrested to men's own destruction, and an instance of this found in the writings of Elias Smith: a discourse, the substance of which was delivered before the Congregational Society in Berkley, December, 18161 edition - first published in 1817
- 1 edition - first published in 1820 Read
An essay in which the doctrine of a positive divine efficiency: exciting the will of men to sin, as held by some modern writers, is candidly discussed, and shewn to be 1. Unphilosophical. 2. Inconsistent with the plain and obvious sense of the Holy Scriptures, and of course a departure from the simplicity of the gospel; and 3. A novel doctrine, utterly repugnant to the faith of the Christian church in all past ages.1 edition - first published in 1820 Read
- 1 edition - first published in 1817
The grand era of ruin to nations from foreign influence: a discourse, delivered before the Congregational society in Berkley, Nov. 26, 18121 edition - first published in 1812
The old Jersey captive: or, A narrative of the captivity of Thomas Andros: (now pastor of the church in Berkley,) on board the old Jersey Prison Ship at New York, 1781. In a series of letters to a friend, suited to inspire faith and confidence in a particular divine providence ... Boston, W. Peirce, 1833.1 edition - first published in 1916 Read
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