A discourse concerning the just causes of the war between Sweden and Russia: 1700-1721
Shafirov, Petr Pavlovich ; Peter
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. Oceana Publications. 1973. 1 v. (various pagings).

A discourse concerning the nature and design of the Lord's Supper: in which the principal things relating to this institution are briefly considered, and shewn to arise out of one single notion of it, viz., as a memorial of the death of Christ
Grove, Henry
Printed at Boston. By Joseph Bumstead for Isaac Cazneau. 1793. 180 p.

A discourse concerning the nature of man
Lowde, James
New York. Garland Pub. 1979. 243 p.

A discourse concerning the nature of regeneration, and the way wherein it is wrought
Hart, William
N. London. Printed and sold by T. Green. 1742. [6], 57, [1] p.

A discourse concerning the necessity of believing the doctrine of the holy Trinity: as professd'd and maintain'd by the established Church of England, in the first of the Thirty Nine Articles of Religion
Mather, Samuel
London. Printed for E. Matthews, at the Bible in Pater-Noster-Row. 1719. [2] p. l., 75 p.

A discourse concerning the process of the general judgment, in which the modern notions of universal salvation are particularly considered
Emmons, Nathanael
Providence (Rhode-Island). Printed by Bennett Wheeler. 1783. 75, [1] p.

A discourse concerning the publick reading of the Holy Scriptures by the Lords people, in their religious assemblies: deliver'd at Tisbury, August 12, 1719
Homes, William ; Sewall, Samuel
Boston. Printed by B. Green. 1720. [2], iv, 34 p.

A discourse concerning the publick worship of God: being an enquiry, first, concerning the nature of publick Christian worship, consider'd in both its parts, essential and circumstantial : secondly, concerning the manner of its performance : thirdly, concerning the liturgy of the Church of England, wherein is shewn, how well it answers the ends of publick devotions
Caner, Henry ; Franklin, Ann ; Foxcroft, Thomas ; Brinley, George
Newport. Printed by the Widow Franklin. [1748]. 48 p.

A discourse concerning the resurrection bodies: tending to shew, from the writings of heathens, Jews, and Christians, that there are bodies, called our own, which will not be raised from the dead, that there are bodies, properly called our own, which will be raised from the dead, by what means the perfection and immortality of the resurrection bodies are to be retained, and by whom to be effected
Gough, John
London. Printed by Stafford and Davenport, for L. Davis ..., and J. Johnson. 1788. 70 p.

A discourse concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ: In three parts. Wherein I. The consequences of the doctrine are stated hypothetically. II. The nature and obligation of moral evidence are explained at large. III. The proofs of the fact of Our Saviour's resurrection are proposed, examined, and fairly demonstrated to be conclusive. Together with an appendix concerning the impossible production of thought from matter and motion
Ditton, Humphry
London. Printed for T. Cox [etc.]. 1740. xvi, 432 p.

A discourse concerning the subject of baptisme: wherein the present controversies that are agitated in the New English churches are from Scripture and reason modestly enquired into
Mather, Increase
Cambridge. Printed by Samuel Green. 1675. [4], 76 p.

A discourse concerning the trade of Ireland and Scotland, as they stand in competition with the trade of England: being taken out of an essay on trade
Cary, John
Reprinted at London. [s.n.]. 1696. [2], 13, [1] p.

A discourse concerning time: with application of the natural day and lunar month and solar year as natural; and of such as are derived from them, as artificial parts of time, for measures in civil and common use. For the better understanding of the Julian year and calendar. The first column also in our church-calendar explained, with other incidental remarks
Holder, William ; Heptinstall, John ; Meredith, Luke
London. Printed by J. Heptinstall for L. Meredith, at the Star in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1694. 120 p.

A discourse concerning treasons, and bills of attainder
West, Richard
Clark, NJ. The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. 2005. 111 p.

A discourse concerning unlimited submission
Mayhew, Jonathan
[Northridge, Calif.]. Santa Susana Press. 1976. 55 p.

A discourse concerning vulgar prophecies: wherein the vanity of receiving them as the certain indications of any future event is discovered, and some characters of distinction between true and pretended prophets are laid down
Spencer, John
London. Printed by J. Field for Timothy Garthwait. 1665. [8],136, [8] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse concerning western planting
Hakluyt, Richard ; Woods, Leonard ; Deane, Charles
Cambridge [Mass.]. Press of J. Wilson. 1877. lxi, 253 p.

A discourse confirming the truth and certainty of the Christian faith from the extraordinary gifts and operations of the Holy Ghost, vouchsafed to the Apostles and primitive professors of that faith
Whitby, Daniel
London. Printed for A. Churchill. 1691. [6], 29, [1] p.

A Discourse conserning the drayning of fennes
H. C ; C., H
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. [25] p.

A discourse consisting of motives for the enlargement and freedome of trade: especially that of cloth and other woollen manufactures, engrossed at present contrary to the law of nature, the law of nations, and the lawes of this kingdome
Johnson, Thomas ; Brent, Nathaniel
London. Printed by Richard Bishop for Stephen Bowtell, and are to be sold at his shop. 1645. [4], 50, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

A discourse containing a louing invitation both honourable and profitable to all such as shall be aduenturers: either in person or purse, for the advancement of His Maiesties most hopefull plantation in the Nevv-found-land lately vndertaken
Whitbourne, Richard ; Kingston, Felix
Imprinted at London. By Felix Kyngston. 1622. [8], 46 p.

A discourse, delivered April 11, 1798, at the request of and before the New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been, or May Be Liberated
Smith, E. H
New-York. Printed by T. & J. Swords. 1798. 30, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

A discourse, delivered April 11, 1806, at a publick meeting of a number of singers: who were improving themselves in church musick
Emmons, Nathanael
Providence. Printed at D. Heaton's office, by David Hawkins, jun. 1806. 31 p.

A discourse, delivered April 12, 1797, at the request of and before the New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been or May Be Liberated
Miller, Samuel
New-York. Printed by T. and J. Swords. 1797. 36 p.

A discourse, delivered April 25, 1799: being the day of fasting and prayer throughout the United States of America
Weld, Ezra
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring. 1799. vi, [7]-31, [1] p.

A discourse, delivered April 6th, 1801: in the Middle Dutch Church, before the New-York Missionary Society, at their annual meeting
Abeel, John Nelson
New-York. Printed by Isaac Collins and Son. 1801. 67 p.

A discourse delivered at Amherst, New-Hampshire, June 24, 1805 before the Benevolent Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons at their festival of St. John the Baptist
Barnard, Jeremiah
Amherst. Printed by Joseph Cushing. 1805. 15 p.

A discourse delivered at an evening lecture in the South Meetinghouse in Portsmouth, N.H. 31 July 1805: it being the evening succeeding the session of an ecclesiastical council convened respecting the separation of the Reverend Timothy Alden, Junior from his pastoral relation to the South Church and congregation in that town
French, Jonathan
[Portsmouth. s.n.]. 1805. 15 p.

A discourse, delivered at Ashburnham, July 4th, 1796, at the request of the militia officers in said town: who, with the infantry under their command, and a troop of cavalry, were assembled under arms, to celebrate the anniversary of the independence of the United States of America
Cushing, John
Leominster (Massachusetts). Printed by Charles Prentiss. 1796. 24 p.

A discourse delivered at Boston on July 11, 1726: then occasion'd by the author's ordination, and now published at the request of several gentlemen who were present at the delivery of it
Smith, Josiah
Boston, N.E. Printed for S. Gerrish ... and T. Hancock. 1726. [4], iv, 22 p.

A discourse delivered at Brookline, 24 November, 1805: the day which completed a century from the incorporation of the town
Pierce, John
Cambridge [Mass.]. Printed by William Hilliard. 1806. 32 p.

A discourse, delivered at Brookline, in the morning, and at the First Parish in Roxbury, in the afternoon, of the 9th of May, 1798, being the day recommended by John Adams, president of the United States, for solemn humiliation, fasting & prayer, throughout the Union
Porter, Eliphalet
Boston. Printed by John Russell. 1798. 36 p.

A discourse, delivered at Byfield, on the annual fast, April 9, 1813
Parish, Elijah
Newburyport [Mass.]. E.W. Allen. 1813. 24 p.

A discourse, delivered at Byfield, on the annual Thanksgiving in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Nov. 29, 1804
Parish, Elijah
Salem [Mass.]. Printed by J. Cushing. 1805. 22 p.

A discourse, delivered at Byfield, on the public fast, April 7, 1814
Parish, Elijah
Newburyport [Mass.]. W.B. Allen and Co. 1814. 24 p.

A discourse, delivered at Colrain February 22, 1800: Being the day recommended by Congress, and the legislature of Massachusetts, for the public testifying of our respect to the memory of that late illustrious statesman, and singular benefactor to his country, General George Washington, who died, December 14, 1799
Taggart, Samuel ; Dickman, Thomas
Greenfield [Mass.]. Printed by Thomas Dickman. 1800. 32 p.

A discourse delivered at Concord, October the fifth, 1825
Briggs, Charles
Concord. Printed for the Society by J.C. Allen. 1825. 34 p.

A discourse delivered at Concord, Sabbath-day, December 2, 1810 on the importance of domestic religion and government
McFarland, Asa
Concord. Printed by George Hough. 1810. 28 p.

A discourse, delivered at East-Hampton, (Long-Island), Lord's-Day, July 22, 1798: occasioned by the death of the Rev. Samuel Buell, D.D. and pastor of the church there, who departed this life, July 19, 1798
Daggett, Herman
New-London. Printed by Samuel Green. 1799. 23, [1] p.

A discourse, delivered at Fitchburg, February 28th, 1797, occasioned by the death of Captain Joseph Fox, commander of one of the companies in said town, at the request of the militia officers, who, with the bereaved company, under arms, and a part of the cavalry and matross in complete uniform, assembled to pay their last respects to the deceased
Noyes, Thomas
Leominster. Printed by Charles Prentiss. 1797. 22 p.

A discourse, delivered at Hallowell, April 25th, 1799, being the day appointed by the chief magistrate of the United States, for a national fast
Gillet, Eliphalet
[New York]. Hallowell, printed, New-York, re-printed for, and sold by Cornelius Davis. 1799. [2], 22 p.

A discourse delivered at Hallowell, at the opening of the academy in that place, May 5, 1795
Bradford, Alden
Hallowell. Printed by Wait, Robinson & Baker. 1795. 23, [1] p.

A discourse delivered at Hiram, O., March 3, 1861, occasioned by the death of Eld. John T. Smith
Garfield, James A
[Ohio. s.n.]. 1861. 15 p.

A discourse delivered at Litchfield, in New-Hampshire, at the funeral of Robert Parker, Esquire, January 17, 1809
Burnap, Jacob
Concord. Printed by George Hough. [1809]. 15 p.

A discourse delivered at Londonderry East-Parish at a meeting of magistrates, ministers, and citizens convened for the purpose of devising measures to prevent the profanation of the Sabbath, November 16, 1814
Harris, Walter
Concord. Printed by Geo. Hough. 1814. 28 p.

A discourse delivered at Medfield in commemoration of American independence, July 4, 1799
Prentiss, Thomas
[Dedham, Mass.]. Printed at the Minerva Press in Dedham, by Herman Mann. 1799. 22 p.

A discourse delivered at Merrimack, N.H., January 3, 1819
Burnap, Jacob
Amherst. Printed by Richard Boylston. 1819. 16 p.

A discourse delivered at Milford, August 20th, 1812, the day recommended by the president for national humiliation
Moore, Humphrey
Amherst, N.H. Printed by Richard Boylston. 1812. 16 p.

A discourse delivered at Milford, New-Hampshire, April 13, 1815, the day of fasting appointed by the governor
Moore, Humphrey
Amherst. R. Boylston. 1815. 15 p.

A discourse delivered at Milton, September 9, 1807: being the day appointed for the dedication of the academy in that place
Thacher, Thomas
Dedham. Printed by H. Mann. 1807. 23p.

A discourse, delivered at Montpelier, October 17, 1834, before the Vermont colonization society
Fowler, William Chauncey
Middlebury. Knapp & Jewett, printers. 1834. 32 p.

A discourse delivered at New-Boston to the Handellian Society, February 22, 1807
Bradford, Ephraim P
Amherst, N.H. Printed by Joseph Cushing. 1807. 12 p.

A discourse, delivered at New-Haven, Feb. 22, 1800: on the character of George Washington, esq. at the request of the citizens
Dwight, Timothy
New Haven. Printed by Thomas Green and son. 1800. 55 p.

A discourse delivered at Nottingham-West, New-Hampshire, October 29, 1822 at the funeral of Mrs. Lucy W. Tenney, consort of Dr. Daniel Tenney
Church, John Hubbard
Concord. Printed by George Hough. 1823. 16 p.

A discourse delivered at Pepperell, September 19, 1815 before the Charitable Female Society
Bullard, John
Amherst, N.H. Printed by R. Boylston. 1815. 15 p.

A discourse delivered at Plymouth December 22, 1815: at the anniversary commemoration of the first landing of our ancestors at that place
Flint, James
Plymouth. Joseph Avery. 1816. 24 p.

A discourse, delivered at Plymouth, December 22, 1820, in commemoration of the first settlement of New-England
Webster, Daniel
Boston. Wells and Lilly. 1826. [5],6-60p.

A discourse, delivered at Plymouth, February 22d, 1800: At the request of the inhabitants, and in compliance with the recommendation of Congress, as a testimony of grief for the death of George Washington. Commander in chief of the American armies
Kendall, James
Boston. Printed by John Russell. 1800. 24 p.

A discourse delivered at Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, November 1st, 1789: on occasion of the president of the United States honoring that capital with a visit
Buckminster, Joseph
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. Printed and sold by John Melcher. 1789. 21, [1] p.

A discourse delivered at Quincy, October 19, 1811: at the interment of the Hon. Richard Cranch, who died October 16, 1811, and of Mrs. Mary Cranch, his wife, who died October 17, 1811
Whitney, Peter
Boston. Press of John Eliot, jun. 1811. 19 p.

A discourse, delivered at Reading February 22, 1800: the day recommended by Congress to the observance of the people of the United States, by their assembling, in such manner as might be convenient, and publicly testifying their grief for the death, and respect for the memory of General George Washington
Stone, Eliab
Boston. Manning & Loring, printers, near the Old South meetinghouse. [1800]. 23 p.

A discourse, delivered at Salem, on the day of the national fast, May 9, 1798, appointed by President Adams, on account of the difficulties subsisting between the United States and France
Prince, John
Salem. Printed by Thomas C. Cushing. 1798. 44 p.

A discourse delivered at Schaghticoke, on the first Sunday in September, 1831, before the Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of the state of New York, on the fundamental principle of the Reformation
Miller, S. B
New York. published by "The Committee on Publications" by order of the Synod. 1831. 16 p.

A discourse delivered at Schenectady, July 22d, A. D. 1823: before the New-York Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa
Clinton, DeWitt
Albany. Printed by Websters and Skinners. 1823. 47 p.

A discourse delivered at Schenectady, July 25, A.D. 1826: Before the New York Alpha of the Phi beta kappa
Young, Samuel
Ballston Spa. Printed by J. Comstock. 1826. 70 p., 1 l., xvi p.

A discourse, delivered at the annual election, January 4, 1832: before His Excellency Levi Lincoln, governor, His Honor Thomas L. Winthrop, lieutenant governor, the Honorable Council, and the Legislature of Massachusets
Dean, Paul ; Lincoln, Levi ; Winthrop, Thomas L
Boston. Dutton and Wentworth. 1831. 38 p.

A discourse delivered at the chapel in Oldham-Street, Manchester, March 13th, 1791, on occasion of the death of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M. By Richard Rodda: Published at the request of the hearers. To which is added a farther account of that illustrious man of God
Rodda, Richard
Manchester. Printed by J. Radford. [1791]. 28 p.

A discourse delivered at the dedication of the new church edifice of the Baptist church and society in Warren, R.I. May 8, 1845
Tustin, Josiah Philips
Providence. H.H. Brown. 1845. viii, [9]-193, vi, [5]-125 p.

A discourse, delivered at the First Church in Boston, February 15, 1787: at the interment of the Rev. Charles Chauncy, D.D. A.A.S., its senior pastor, who expired, Feb. 10, 1787
Clarke, Johns
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston. Printed by James D. Griffith, and Edward E. Powars. 1787. 34, [6] p. (final leaf blank).

A discourse delivered at the funeral of Hon. William F. Wheeler
Clarke, Samuel Taylor
[Buffalo. Buffalo Commercial Printing House]. 1892. 44 p.

A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Mehitabel Atwood, (wife of Mr. Joshua Atwood) of Pelham, N.H., who departed this life, March 11, 1805, aet. 78
Church, John Hubbard
Amherst, N.H. Printed by Joseph Cushing. 1805. 15 p.

A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mr. William Parker, merchant, of Piscataquog Village, Bedford, N.H: who died July seventh, 1819, in the sixty-fifth year of his age
Morril, David L
Amherst. Printed by Richard Boylston. [1819]. 16 p.

A discourse delivered at the funeral of Professor Moses Stuart
Park, Edwards Amasa
Boston. Published by Tappan & Whittemore. 1852. 56 p.

A discourse delivered at the funeral of Rev. John McDowell, D. D: senior pastor of Spring Garden church, in Philadelphia
Sutphen, Morris Crater ; Hodge, Charles ; Maclean, John ; Boardman, Henry A
Philadelphia. W. S. & A. Martien. 1863. 31 p.

A discourse delivered at the funeral of Rev. Thomas Savage in Bedford, N.H., July 8, 1866
Wallace, C. W
Manchester, N.H. Press of William H. Fisk. 1866. 20 p.

A discourse delivered at the Old South Church in Boston before the Society for Foreign Missions of Boston and the Vicinity, Jan. 1, 1813
Holmes, Abiel
Cambridge. Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1813. 36 p.

A discourse, delivered at the opening, for public worship, of the Presbyterian Church, in the northern liberties of Philadelphia, April 7th, A.D. 1805
Green, Ashbel
Philadelphia. Printed by Thomas and William Bradford. 1805. 21 p.

A discourse delivered at the opening of the Christian Meetinghouse in Boston, at the corner of Summer and Sea streets, December 29, 1825
Clough, Simon
Boston. Printed by Isaac R. Butts and Co. 1826. 36 p.

A discourse, delivered at the opening of the Providence Athen©Œum, July 11, 1838
Wayland, Francis
Providence [R.I.]. Knowles, Vose & Co. 1838. 37 p.

A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Calvin Chapin, to the ministerial office in the Third Church of Wethersfield, in the Parish of Stepney, April 30, 1794
Perkins, Nathan
Hartford. Printed by Hudson & Goodwin. 1794. 38, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Reverend Jonathan Gould to the ministerial office in the Christian church at Standish, September 18, 1793
Hitchcock, Enos
Printed at Portland. By Benjamin Titcomb, Jun. [1793]. 22, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Frederick A. Farley as pastor of the Westminster Congregational Society in Providence, Rhode Island, September 10, 1828
Channing, William Ellery
Boston. Bowles and Dearborn. 1828. 28 p.

A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Joseph S. Buckminster, to the pastoral charge of the church in Brattle-Street, Boston
Buckminster, Joseph
Boston. Printed for Young & Minns. 1805. 37 p.

A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Walter Harris: to the pastoral care of the church in Dunbarton, August 26, 1789
Emmons, Nathanael
Printed at Providence. By Bennett Wheeler. [1789]. [2], 28, [2] p.

A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. William F. Miller to the ministerial office in the Christian Church at Wintonbury, November 30th, 1791
Perkins, Nathan
Hartford. Printed by Elisha Babcock. 1792. 22, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse delivered at the request of the Order of the United Americans: in Tripler hall, New York, Feb. 22d, 1851, being the 118th anniversary of the birthday of Washington
Wheeler, David Everett
New-York. J. F. Trow. 1851. 52 p.

A discourse delivered at the Roman Catholic church in Boston, on the 9th of May, 1798, a day recommended by the President for humiliation and prayer throughout the United States
Thayer, John ; Force, Peter
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1798. 31, [1] p.

A discourse delivered at the Second Presbyterian Church, in the city of Washington, December 27th, 1832: upon the decease of Peter Lennox, Esq. before the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, mayor of the city, the members of the corporation, and citizens
Coote, Clement T ; Coote, Clement T
Washington City. Printed by Wm. Greer. 1833. 24 p.

A discourse delivered at the Third parish in Newbury, on the first of May, 1783, occasioned by the ratification of a treaty of peace, between Great-Britain, and the United States of America
Tappan, David
Salem. Printed by Samuel Hall, near the Court-house. 1783. 19 p.

A discourse delivered at the Universalist Meeting House in Boston, August 19, 1813, at the re-installation of the Rev. Paul Dean as junior pastor of the church and society who statedly worship in that place
Turner, Edward
Boston. Printed by Joseph T. Buckingham. 1813. 31 p.

A discourse delivered at the West Church in Boston, August 24, 1766
Brown, John
Boston. Printed by R. and S. Draper, Edes and Gill, and T. and J. Fleet. 1766. [3]-19, 3 p.

A discourse delivered at the West Meeting House in Boscawen, October 13, 1810, at the interment of Deacon Benjamin Sweat
Price, Ebenezer
Concord. Printed by George Hough. 1811. 28 p.

A discourse, delivered at Topsfield, April 26, 1813: At the funeral of the Rev. Asahel Huntington, who deceased on the 22d, aged 52
Braman, Isaac ; Huntington, Asahel
Haverhill, Ms. Printed and sold by W.B. and H.G. Allen. 1813. 23 p.

A discourse delivered at Wells, on the 22d February, 1800: occasioned by the lamented death of General George Washington
Hemmenway, Moses
Portsmouth, (New-Hampshire,). Printed at the United States' oracle-office, by Charles Peirce. 1800. 16 p.

A discourse delivered at West Dedham, February 4, 1852: at the funeral of the Rev. John White, pastor of the Congregational Church and Society in that place
Lamson, Alvan
Boston. Crosby, Nichols. 1852. 23 p.

A discourse delivered at Williamstown, June 29, 1886: on the fiftieth anniversary of his election as president of Williams college
Hopkins, Mark
New York. C. Scribner's sons. 1886. 43 p.

A discourse delivered at Windsor, in the state of Vermont, on the 23rd of June, MDCCXC: at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Shuttlesworth, to the pastoral care of the catholick Christian church and society in that place
Bancroft, Aaron ; Shuttlesworth, Samuel
[Worcester]. Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts by Isaiah Thomas. 1790. 24 p.

A discourse delivered August 10, 1795 at the funeral of the Reverend Elisha Fish, A.M., Pastor of the church in Upton: who departed this life August 6, 1795 in the LXXVIth year of his age and the XLIVth of his ministry
Emmons, Nathanael
Printed at Wrentham (Massachusetts). By N. Heaton, Jun. 1796. 25, [1] p.

A discourse delivered before His Excellency George N. Briggs: governor, His Honor John Reed, lieutenant governor, the honorable Council, and the legislature of Massachusetts, on the annual election, January 1, 1845
Braman, Milton Palmer
Boston. Dutton and Wentworth, printers to the State. 1845. 85 p.

A discourse delivered before the Alumni of the Divinity School of Harvard University, July 17, 1855
Eliot, William Greenleaf
Boston. Crosby, Nichols, and Co. 1855. 38 p.

A discourse delivered before the Concord Society for Discountenancing Vice and Immorality at their annual meeting September 14, 1814
McFarland, Asa
[Concord, N.H. The Society]. 1814. 19 p.

A discourse delivered before the convention of Congregational ministers of Massachusetts, at their annual meeting in Boston, June 1, 1820
Bancroft, Aaron
[Boston?. s.n.]. 1820. 32 p.

A discourse delivered before the Faculty, students, and alumni of Dartmouth College: on the day preceding commencement, July 27, 1853, commemorative of Daniel Webster
Choate, Rufus
Boston. J. Munroe and Company. 1853. 88 p.

A discourse delivered before the faculty, students, and alumni of Dartmouth College, on the day preceding commencement, July 27, 1853, commemorative of Daniel Webster
Choate, Rufus
Boston . J. Munroe and Company. 1853. 100 p.

A discourse delivered before the General Assembly of the Grand Lodge of New-Hampshire at Concord, June 10, A.L. 5819
Morril, David L
Concord. Printed by Hill & Moore. 1819. 27 p.

A discourse delivered before the General Association of Connecticut: at its annual meeting, New Haven, June, 1840
Hewit, Nathaniel
Hartford. Printed by E. Geer. 1840. 26 p.

A discourse, delivered before the Grand Lodge of the Most Antient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations: in Trinity-Church, Newport, on the 27th of June 1791, the day by them appointed for celebrating the festival of St. John the Baptist
Smith, William
Printed at Providence. By Bennett Wheeler. [1791]. 19, [1] p.

A discourse delivered before the Hillsborough Agricultural Society at Amherst, N.H., September 25, 1822
Eastman, Moses
Amherst. Printed by Richard Boylston. 1822. 24 p.

A discourse delivered before the Historical Society of Louisiana, January 13, 1836
Bullard, Henry Adams
New York. 1846-53. p. [1]-23.

A discourse delivered before the Historical society of Louisiana, January 13, 1836
Bullard, Henry Adams
New Orleans. Printed by B. Levy. 1836. 30 p.

A discourse, delivered before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the ninth day of April, 1836, on the private life and domestic habits of William Penn
Fisher, Joshua Francis
Philadelphia. Printed for M'Carty & Davis. 1836. 40 p.

A discourse delivered before the Humane Society, at their anniversary, May, 1817
Tudor, William
Boston. Printed by John Eliot. 1817. 64, 44 p.

A discourse delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: at the semi-annual meeting, eleventh of June 1793
Clarke, John ; Force, Peter
[Boston]. Printed at the Apollo Press, in Boston, by Belknap and Hall. 1793. 36 p.

A discourse delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: at the semiannual meeting, twelfth of June 1798
Walter, William
Boston. Printed by John & Thomas Fleet. [1798]. 48 p.

A discourse delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their semiannual meeting, June 14th, 1796
Robbins, Chandler
Boston. Printed by Thomas Fleet, Jun. at the Bible & Heart, Cornhill. 1796. 36 p.

A discourse delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their semi-annual meeting, June 8, 1802
Porter, Eliphalet
Boston. Printed by Hosea Sprague. 1802. 46 p.

A discourse delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the semiannual meeting, June 10, 1794
Barnard, Thomas
[Boston]. Printed at the Apollo Press, in Boston, by Joseph Belknap. 1794. 25, [1] p.

A discourse, delivered before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, June 10, 1806
Harris, Thaddeus Mason ; Davis, Samuel
Boston. Printed by E. Lincoln. 1806. 40 p.

A discourse, delivered before the Legislature of Vermont, on the day of general election, at Montpelier, October 12, 1826
Fisk, Wilbur
Montpelier. Printed by Geo. W. Hill & Co. 1826. 40 p.

A discourse delivered before the Massachusetts Horticultural Society on the celebration of its fourth anniversary, October 3, 1832
Harris, Thaddeus William
Cambridge. E.W. Metcalf. 1832. 96 p.

A discourse, delivered before the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, May 23, 1832
Sullivan, William
Boston. Richardson, Lord & Holbrook. 1832. 64 p.

A discourse delivered before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, September 21, 1804, being their fourth anniversary
Lathrop, John
Boston. Russell and Cutler. 1804. 22 p.

A discourse, delivered before the members of the Salem Female Charitable Society, September 27, 1810: being their tenth anniversary
Bolles, Lucius
Salem. Printed by Thomas C. Cushing. 1810. 16 p.

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