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Some notices of the character of Mrs. Sarah Parkman, (widow of the late Samuel Parkman,) 1 edition

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Some notices of the character of Mrs. Sarah Parkman, (widow of the late Samuel Parkman,)
who died July 21st, 1835, in the LXXX. year of her age. : [One-line Latin motto]

Published 1835 by s.n. in Boston? .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Half-title: To the memory of the departed.

Obituary of Samuel Parkman "from the Christian examiner,m June, 1824."--p. [1]-2, 2nd count. Signed: H. W. [i.e., Henry Ware].

"Extract from a discourse 'on the doctrine of a future life,' delivered by Henry Ware, D.D., professor of divinity in the University in Cambridge, at the New North Church in Boston, July 26th, 1835, being the Sunday next following the decease of Mrs. Sarah Parkman."--p. 3-6.

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Bound volume contains: 1. A discourse commemorative of Deacon E.P. Mackintire -- 2. Some notices of the character of Mrs. Sarah Parkman -- 3. The beneficent woman -- 4. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society in respect to the memory of William Hickling Prescott -- 5. The joy of the Christian mourner -- 6. Proceedings in Massachusetts and New Hampshire on the death of the Hon. Jeremiah Mason -- 7. The relation of the medical profession to the ministry -- 8. Memoir of Thomas Wentworth Storrow -- 9. A brief memoir of Andrew Henshaw Ward -- 10. A discourse preached before the Second Church and Society in Boston -- 11. Proceedings of the City Council on the occasion of the decease of Charles Wells.

Other Titles
Christian examiner and theological review., To the memory of the departed.

The Physical Object

Pagination
[4], 16 p. ;
Number of pages
16

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25227646M
Internet Archive
somenoticesofcha00ware
OCLC/WorldCat
191249020

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