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Biography of J.S. Buckminster, S.C. Thacher and J.E. Abbot : abridged for the use of young persons.
Indian biography, or, An historical account of those individuals who have been distinguished among the North American natives as orators, warriors, statesmen and other remarkable characters /
Indian biography, or, An historical account of those individuals who have been distinguished among the North American natives as orators, warriors, statemen and other remarkable characters /
Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Ralegh : with some account of the period in which he lived /
The true history of Deacon Giles' distillery : reported for the benefit of posterity /
The dream, or, The true history of Deacon Giles' distillery : and, Deacon Jones' brewery : reported for the benefit of posterity /
The religion of experience and that of imitation : an address delivered before the Society of Inquiry on Missions in Amherst College, August, 1843 /
Some of the principles according to which this world is managed, contrasted with the government of God, and the principles exhibited for man's guidance in the Bible : delivered as an address at the religious celebration, on the Fourth of July, in Salem /
Capital punishment : the argument of Rev[rend] George B. Cheever, in reply to J.L. O'Sullivan, Esq., in the Broadway Tabernacle, on the evenings of January 27th and February 3[r]d and 17th.
The inheritance of principles, character and power received from our Pilgrim and Puritan ancestors, and the only means of perpetuating it : a discourse preached Dec. 22, 1850, in the Church of the Puritans, on occasion of the anniversary of the landing of our Pilgrim Fathers /
The commission from God, of the missionary enterprise, against the sin of slavery, and the responsibility on the church and ministry for its fulfilment : an address delivered in Tremont Temple, Boston, Thursday, May 27th, 1858, before the American Missionary Association /
Cudworth defended and Unitarianism delineated /
Characteristics of the Christian philosopher : a discourse commemorative of the virtues and attainments of Rev[erend] James Marsh, D.D., late president and professor of moral and intellectual philosophy in the University of Vermont : delivered before the alumni of the University, at their annual meeting in August, 1843, and published at their request /
The Gospel to be published and applied against all sins : a discourse delivered at the anniversary of the Congregational Board of Publication in Central Church, Boston, May 28, 1856 /
The sin of slavery, the guilt of the church and the duty of the ministry : an address delivered before the Abolition Society at New York, on anniversary week, 1858 /
The white chief's bride, or, The trappers of Acadie : a tale of the northern frontier /
The true Christian patriot : a discourse on the virtues and public services of the late Judge Jay, delivered before the American Peace Society /
Life of Thurlow Weed : including his autobiography and a memoir.
Gnaw-wood, or, New England life in a village /
The essence of agriculture : being a regular system of husbandry, through all its branches, suited to the climate and lands of Ireland : a table delineated that 150 acres will clear yearly four hundred and two pounds sterling, with the author's twelve months tour thro' America : likewise how to raise the valuable crops, of tobacco, India-corn and Siberian barley, on flax, hemp, rape and all grass-seeds, andc., andc. : with an address to the legislature and gentlemen of Ireland : how to levy taxes on luxury, provide for the poor, andc. andc. andc. /