A discourse delivered before the Pittsburgh Young Men's Christian Association, on the first Sabbath evening in April, 1855
Jacobus, Melancthon W
Pittsburgh. The Association. 1855. 23 p.

A discourse, delivered before the Rhode-Island Historical Society ... January 13, 1847: Published at the request of the Society
Durfee, Job ; Whitman, Sarah Helen
Providence. C. Burnett, jr. 1847. 42, 5, [1] p.

A discourse delivered before the Rhode-Island Historical Society, on ... January 18th, 1848: on the character and writings of Chief Justice Durfee
Hazard, Rowland Gibson
Providence. C. Burnett, jr. 1848. 45 p.

A discourse delivered before the Roxbury Charitable Society at their anniversary meeting, 19 September 1796
Bartlett, John
[Boston?. s.n. 1796]. 16 p.

A discourse delivered before the Roxbury Charitable Society at their annual meeting, September 15, 1800
Emerson, William
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1800. 23, [1] p.

A discourse delivered before the Willimantic Spiritualist Society: at Willimantic, Conn. ... March 21, 1886
Hooker, John
[Hartford]. The Fowler & Miller Company, Printers. [1886?]. 14 p.

A discourse delivered by Hon. Samuel Treat, at the inauguration of the St. Louis law school, being the law department of Washington university: October 16, 1867
Treat, Samuel
St. Louis. R.P. Studley & co., printers. 1868. 2 p. l., 41 p.

A discourse delivered December 29, 1799: occasioned by the melancholy death of George Washington, lieutenant general and commander in chief of the armies of the United States of America, who departed this life, December 14, 1799
Foster, John
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1800. 22 p.

A discourse delivered February 19, 1795: the day set apart by the president for a general thanksgiving through the United States
Osgood, David
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1795. 30, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse, delivered in Boston at the solemn festival in commemoration of the goodness of God in delivering the Christian world from military despotism, June 15, 1814
Channing, William Ellery
Boston. Published by Henry Channing. 1814. 19, 8 p.

A discourse delivered inBoston before the Pastoral Association of Congregational Ministers in Massachusetts, May 28, 1844
Park, Edwards Amasa
Andover, Mass. Allen, Morrill & Wardwell. 1844. 44 p.

A discourse delivered in Central Church, Boston, Oct. 19, 1851, introductory to his sole pastorate
Richards, George
Boston. Press of T.R. Marvin. 1851. 20 p.

A discourse, delivered in Chelsea, in the city of Norwich, Jan. 5, 1800, as a token of humilitation before God, on account of the death of Gen. George Washington: who died Dec. 14, 1799
King, Walter ; Hubbard, Thomas
Norwich. Printed by Thomas Hubbard. 1800. 22 p.

A discourse delivered in Christ-Church and St. Peter's, Philadelphia, on Sunday, December 17th, 1797, having a reference to the decease, a few days before, of Mrs. Mary White, consort of the Right Rev. William White, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in Pennsylvania
Magaw, Samuel
Philadelphia. Printed at the request of the Church Wardens, by Ormrod & Conrad. 1798. 28 p.

A discourse, delivered in Christ Church, Philadelphia, at the funeral of the right Rev. William White, ... July 20th, 1836
Onderdonk, Henry U
Philadelphia. [s.n.]. 1836. 28 p.

A discourse, delivered in Harvard, July 4, 1794: at the request of the military officers in that place, who, with the militia under their command, were then assembled to commemorate the anniversary of American independence
Emerson, William
[Boston]. Printed at the Apollo press, in Boston, by Joseph Belknap, no. 8, Dock-square. 1794. 18 p.

A discourse delivered in Newmarket: at the particular request of a respectable musical choir, to a numerous assembly, convened for celebrating the birthday of the illustrious Washington
Miltimore, James
Exeter [N.H.]. Printed by Henry Ranlet, for the subscribers. 1794. 24 p.

A discourse, delivered in Newport, Rhode-Island: before the congregation of Trinity church, the Masonic society, and the Newport guards; the Sunday following the intelligence of the death of General George Washington
Dehon, Theodore
Newport. Printed by Henry Barber. 1800. 17, [1] p., 1 l.

A discourse delivered in Norfolk, Conn., at the funeral of Benjamin Welch, M.D: December 21, 1849
Eldridge, Joseph
New York. Printed by E. O. Jenkins. 1850. 16 p.

A discourse delivered in Portland, June 26, 1833, before the Maine Missionary Society, at its twenty-sixth anniversary: arguments in favor of missions
Pomroy, Swan Lyman
Portland. Press of the Maine Missionary Society. 1833. 47 p.

A discourse delivered in Quincy, March 11, 1848, at the interment of John Quincy Adams, sixth president of the United States
Lunt, William P
Boston. C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1848. 60 p.

A discourse delivered in Quincy, Massachusetts, on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, 1852, commemorative of Daniel Webster
Lunt, William P
Boston. Little, Brown. 1852 [c1853]. 58 p.

A discourse delivered in St. James' Church in New-London, on Tuesday the 23d of December, 1794: before an assembly of Free and Accepted Masons, convened for the purpose of installing a lodge in that city
Seabury, Samuel
New-London. Printed by Brother Samuel Green. 1795. 23, [1] p.

A discourse delivered in St. John's Church in Portsmouth, Newhampshire: at the conferring the order of priesthood on the Rev. Robert Fowle, A.M., of Holderness, on the Festival of St. Peter, 1791
Seabury, Samuel
Printed at Boston. By Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews ... for George Jerry Osborne, Jun., printer in Portsmouth. 1791. 22, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse delivered in St. John's Church, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury: on Sunday, July 28, 1850, on the occasion of the death of General Zachary Taylor, late President of the United States
Slafter, Edmund F
Boston. C. Stimpson. 1850. 12 p.

A discourse delivered in St. John's Church, Providence: before the Right Reverend Samuel, Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode-Island and the clerical and lay delegates of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Rhode-Island, on Wednesday the 31st of July, A.D. 1793, at the ordination of the Rev. John Usher, of Bristol
Smith, William
Printed at Providence. By J. Carter. 1793. v, [1], 16, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse delivered in St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Napanee, on Sunday, the 2nd February, 1845, on the occasion of the death of John Solomon Cartwright, of Rockhurst, near Kingston, Canada West, who completed a life of unusual usefulness, on Wednesday, 15th January, 1845, aged 40 years
Givins, Saltern
Cobourg. Printed at the Diocesan Press. 1845. 24 p.

A discourse delivered in St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, Sunday, July 25th, 1790: on occasion of the death of Mrs. Lucia Magaw, wife of the Rev. Samuel Magaw, D.D.; and now published at his request
Bend, Joseph Grove John
Philadelphia. Printed by William Young, bookseller. 1790. 24 p.

A discourse, delivered in the 2d Congregational Church, Newport: the Sabbath succeeding the interment of Doctor Isaac Senter, who died, December 20th, M,DCC,XCIX, aetat 45
Patten, William
Newport [Rhode Island]. Printed by Henry Barber. 1800. 12, iv p.

A discourse, delivered in the 2d Congregational Church, Newport, December 29th, 1799: occasioned by the death of General George Washington, commander in chief of the armies of the United States of America, who deceased December 14, 1799
Patten, William ; Toner, Joseph M
Newport. Printed by Henry Barber. 1800. 19, [1] p.

A discourse delivered in the Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour, at Faribault, Minnesota ... on the eve of the centenary of the consecration of the Reverend Samuel Seabury
Perry, William Stevens
Davenport, Iowa. Glass & Hoover. 1884. 19 p.

A discourse delivered in the Central Universalist Church, Boston, before the Female Samaritan Society, October 26, 1828
Whittemore, Thomas
Boston. Printed and published at the Trumpet Office. 1828. 16 p.

A discourse delivered in the chapel of Harvard College, June 19, 1798: occasioned by the approaching departure of the senior class from the university
Tappan, David
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring. 1798. 28 p.

A discourse delivered in the chapel of Harvard College, November 17, 1795: occasioned by the death of Mr. John Russell, a member of the senior class in that university : who expired after a lingering and painful sickness, October 29, in the twenty-second year of his age
Tappan, David ; Force, Peter
Boston. Printed by John W. Folsom for the author. 1795. 16 p.

A discourse, delivered in the church in Hollis Street, April 13, 1808, at the interment of the Rev. Samuel West, D.D., late pastor of said church
Lathrop, John ; Thacher, Thomas
[Boston. s.n. 1808]. 21, 14 p.

A discourse delivered in the Church of the First Parish in Dedham, on Sunday, July 31, 1864, after the death of Rev. Alvan Lamson
Gannett, Ezra S
Boston. Printed by John Wilson and Son. 1864. 28 p.

A discourse delivered in the Church of the Unity, after the death of Theodore Parker
Hepworth, George H
Boston. Crosby, Nichols, Lee, and Co. 1860. 20 p.

A discourse delivered in the city of Edinburgh in opposition to the Holy Alliance
Fletcher, William
[New York. s.n.]. 1828. 13 p.

A discourse delivered in the city of New-London, before an assembly of Free and Accepted Masons: convened for the purpose of laying the foundation-stone of a Masonic hall, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 25th, in the year of light 5799
Tyler, John
New-London [Conn.]. Printed by Brother Samuel Green. 1799. 21, [3] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse delivered in the Congregational Church, Bakersfield, Vt., January 16th, 1866: on the occasion of the installation of G.F. Wright
Mix, Eldridge
Burlington [Vt.]. Free Press Steam Book and Job Printing House. 1866. 16 p.

A discourse delivered in the Congregational Church, Rowley, on the twenty-second anniversary of his settlement, November 23, 1862
Pike, John
Boston. Press of T.R. Marvin. 1862. 28 p.

A discourse delivered in the East Meeting-House in Salem: September 2, 1807, at the annual meeting of the Salem Female Charitable Society
Bentley, William
Salem. Pool & Palfray. 1807. 27 p.

A discourse delivered in the Federal Street Church on Thanksgiving Day, December 2, 1830
Gannett, Ezra S
Boston. Office of the Christian Register. 1830. 24 p.

A discourse, delivered in the First Baptist Meeting-House in Boston, on Wednesday, August 19, 1807, by Joseph Clay, A.M., on the occasion of his installation to the pastoral care of the First Baptist Church and Society in said town
Clay, Joseph
[Boston. s.n. 1807]. 40 p.

A discourse delivered in the First Church, Boston, before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company: June 1, 1846 : being the CCVIIITH anniversary
Ellis, George Edward
Boston. Eastburn's Press. 1846. 31 p.

A discourse, delivered in the First Church, Boston, on the anniversary of the Massachusetts Humane Society, June 9, 1807
Emerson, William
Boston. Printed by Munroe & Francis. 1807. 39 p.

A discourse delivered in the First Church, Dorchester, on the Sunday succeeding the funeral of Robert Thaxter, M.D
Hall, Nathaniel
Boston. E. Clapp, Jr. 1852. 23 p.

A discourse delivered in the First Congregational church in Northampton, Mass: on the 26th of July, 1868, the Sabbath immediately succeeding the funeral of the Rev. William Allen, D.D
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Printing house of C. Van Benthuysen & sons. 1868. 35p.

A discourse delivered in the First Parish in Portsmouth, November 15, 1798, a day observed as an anniversary thanksgiving
Buckminster, Joseph
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. Printed by John Melcher. 1798. 21, [3] p. (p. [1-3] at end blank).

A discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in Rochester, on the morning of the Fourth of July, 1826
Penney, Joseph
Rochester. Printed by Everard Peck. 1826. 16 p.

A discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, on Wednesday, May 9th, 1798, recommended by the President of the United States to be observed as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer, throughout the United States of North America
Blair, Samuel
Philadelphia. Published by James Watters, & Co. 1798. 31 [i.e. 29], [1] p.

A discourse delivered in the Howard Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, Thanksgiving Day, December 7th, 1865
Scudder, Henry Martyn
San Francisco. Towne & Bacon, Printers. 1865. 36 p.

A discourse delivered in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Raleigh, N.C. on Sunday, 20th of November, 1842
Deems, Charles M. F
Raleigh. Thomas Loring, Office of The Standard. 1842. 15 p.

A discourse delivered in the New Dutch Church, Nassau Street, on Tuesday, the 21st of October 1794
Dunn, Thomas
New York. Printed for L. Wayland. 1794. [4], 28 p.

A discourse, delivered in the New Jerusalem Church, Boston, Sept. 26, 1861
Worcester, Thomas
Boston. W. Carter. [1861?]. 24 p.

A discourse delivered in the new meetinghouse at Chelsea in the city of Norwich, before an assembly of Free and Accepted Masons, convened, for the celebration of the festival of St. John the Baptist, on Friday the 24th of June, in the year of light, 5796
Tyler, John
Norwich [Conn.]. Printed by Brother John Sterry & Co. 1796. 27, [1] p.

A discourse delivered in the New Presbyterian Church, New-York, before the Grand Lodge of the State of New York: and the brethren of that fraternity, assembled in general communication, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24th, 1795
Miller, Samuel
New-York. Printed by F. Childs. 1795. 32 p.

A discourse, delivered in the North Dutch Church: in the city of Albany, occasioned by the ever to be lamented death of General Alexander Hamilton, July 29, 1804
Nott, Eliphalet
Salem. Printed by J. Cushing. 1804. 40 p.

A discourse, delivered in the North Dutch Church, in the city of Albany, occasioned by the ever to be lamented death of Gen. Alexander Hamilton, July 29, 1804
Nott, Eliphalet
Albany. Printed by Websters and Skinner. 1806. 22 p.

A discourse delivered in the representatives' chamber in Concord, New-Hampshire on Sunday morning, Novemb[e]r 19, 1820
Beedé, Thomas
Concord, N.H. Printed by Hill & Moore. 1820. 12 p.

A discourse, delivered in the Second Baptist Meeting House in Boston, on the first Lord's Day in January, 1824: with an appendix containing historical sketches of the church and society, from their commencement to that time
Baldwin, Thomas
Boston. Elder John Peak. 1841. 24 p.

A discourse delivered in the Second Church in Hartford, Sunday, January 12, 1890, on the thirtieth anniversary of his settlement as pastor of the church
Parker, Edwin Pond
Hartford, Conn. Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. 1890. 23 p.

A discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian church, Albany, April 16, 1865: the Sunday morning immediately succeeding the assassination of the President of the United States
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Weed, Parsons, printers. 1865. 18 p.

A discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian church, Albany, December 3, 1865, on occasion of the death of Mrs. Jemima Prentice, widow of the late Sartell Prentice
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House. 1865. 33 p.

A discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, September 4, 1864, the Sunday morning after the funeral of Mr. Alexander Marvin
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House. 1864. 24 p.

A discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, N.J. August 6th, 1863 on occasion of the public thanksgiving appointed by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, to commemorate the signal victories vouchsafed to the Federal arms
Magie, David
New York. Printed by Francis Hart & Co. 1863. 28 p.

A discourse, delivered in the synagogue in New York, on the ninth of May, 1798: observed as a day of humiliation, &c. &c., conformably to a recommendation of the President of the United States of America
Seixas, Gershom Mendes
New York. Printed by William A. Davis & Co., for Naphtali Judah. 1798. 32 p.

A discourse delivered in the Twelfth Congregational Church, Boston on Fast Day, April 10, 1851
Barrett, Samuel
Boston. Eastburn's Press. 1851. 15 p.

A discourse delivered in the West Church in Boston, March 3, 1839
Bartol, C. A
Boston. Freeman and Bolles, printers. 1839. 14 p.

A discourse delivered January 29th, 1865: in memory of Robert H. Gillette
Burton, Nathaniel J
Hartford. Press of Wiley, Waterman & Eaton. 1865. 44 p.

A discourse delivered July 5, 1802, in commemoration of American independence
Emmons, Nathanael
[Franklin, Mass.?. s.n.]. 1802. 24 p.

A discourse delivered March 16, 1817, the Sabbath after the execution of Henry Phillips Stonehewer Davis, for the murder of Gaspard Denegri
Lowell, Charles
[Boston. s.n. 1817]. 16 p.

A discourse delivered near York in Virginia, on the memorable occasion of the surrender of the British army to the allied forces of America and France: before the brigade of New-York troops and the division of American light-infantry, under the command of the Marquis de la Fayette
Evans, Israel ; Bailey, Francis ; Force, Peter
Philadelphia. Printed by Francis Bailey. 1782. 45, [1] p.

A discourse delivered November 17, 1847, at the interment of the Hon. Benjamin Swift: late U.S. senator from the state of Vermont
Smith, Worthington
St. Albans. Printed by E.B. Whiting. 1848. 20 p.

A discourse, delivered November 25, 1813, on the day of the annual Thanksgiving
Emmons, Nathanael
Newburyport [Mass.]. W.B. Allen & Co. 1814. 16 p.

A discourse, delivered November 3, 1790: at the particular request of a number of respectable men in Franklin who were forming a society for the reformation of morals, and now published at the desire of the hearers
Emmons, Nathanael
Printed at Providence. By Bennett Wheeler. 1790. 32 p.

A discourse, delivered November 4th, 1866, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the First Presbyterian Church, Oswego, N.Y
Condit, R. W
Oswego. R.J. Oliphant. 1867. 16 p.

A discourse, delivered on Friday, December 27, 1799: the day set apart by the citizens of Hartford, to lament before God, the death of Gen. George Washington, who died Dec. 14, 1799
Strong, Nathan ; Wolcott, Oliver ; Hazard, Ebenezer ; Toner, Joseph M
Hartford. Printed by Hudson and Goodwin. 1800. 31, [1] p.

A discourse delivered on Sabbath evening, August 17, 1845, before the Mills Society of Inquiry, and the Theological Society, of Williams College
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1845. 58 p.

A discourse delivered on Sabbath evening, July 19, 1846, before the Theological Society of Union College
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Printed by C. van Benthuysen and Co. 1846. 51 p.

A discourse, delivered on the 18th of October, 1797, in the Brick Meeting-House, New-Haven, before the Grand Lodge of the Ancient and Honorable Society of Free and Accepted Masons in Connecticut: being their semiannual communication
Baldwin, Ashbel
Newfield, Connecticut. From the press of Brother Lazarus Beach. 1798. [2], 21, [1] p.

A discourse delivered on the 22d of February, 1797, at the funeral of the Rev. Gilbert Tennent Snowden, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Cranberry, in the state of New-Jersey
Smith, Samuel Stanhope
Philadelphia. Printed for John Ormrod ... by Ormrod & Conrad. [1797?]. 37 p.

A discourse, delivered on the 26th of November, 1795: being the day recommended by the governor of the state of New-York to be observed as a day of thanksgiving and prayer, on account of the removal of an epidemic fever, and for other national blessings
Linn, William
New-York. Printed by T. and J. Swords. 1795. iv, [1], 6-38, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

A discourse delivered on the anniversary of the Historical Society of Michigan: June 4, 1830
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe
Detroit. Printed by G. L. Whitney. 1830. 44 p.

A discourse, delivered on the annual fast in Massachusetts, April 9, 1801
Emmons, Nathanael
Wrentham (Mass.). Printed by Nathaniel Heaton, jun. 1801. 36 p.

A discourse, delivered on the day of annual thanksgiving, November 19, 1795
Osgood, David
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1795. 32 p.

A discourse delivered on the death of Capt. Paul Cuffee: before the New York African Institution in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, October 21, 1817
Williams, Peter
York. Reprinted for W. Alexander. 1818. 32 p.

A discourse delivered on the fourth of July in the North Brick Church
Van Pelt, Peter I
New York. [s.n.]. 1812. 16 p.

A discourse delivered on the Lord's Day, 17 May 1812
Lathrop, John
[Boston]. Printed for J.W. Burditt. 1812. 24 p.

A discourse delivered on the occasion of the death of David G. Aikin: a member of the senior class of the College of New Jersey
Hope, Matthew B
Princeton. J.T. Robinson. 1849. 18 p.

A discourse delivered on the occasion of the funeral obsequies of President Lincoln, April 19, 1865
Reed, Seth
Boston. Press of G.C. Rand & Avery. 1865. 24 p.

A discourse delivered on the public Thanksgiving day, November 29, 1798
Eckley, Joseph
Boston. Printed and sold by Manning & Loring. 1798. 23, [1] p.

A discourse, delivered on the twenty-fourth of October, 1826, before the Society for the Commemoration of the Landing of William Penn: Published by request of the Society
Wharton, Thomas I
Philadelphia. H. C. Carey & I. Lea. 1826. [5],6-44p.

A discourse delivered on the two hundredth anniversary of the First Church of Christ, in New London, Oct. 19th, 1870
Field, Thomas P
New London [Conn.]. Starr & Farnham, book and job printers. 1870. 56 p.

A discourse, delivered Sabbath morning, September 3, 1865, on occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of the Second Presbyterian church, Albany
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Van Benthuysen's steam printing house. 1865. 41 p.

A discourse, delivered September 2d, MDCCXCIII to the Society for the Reformation of Morals in Franklin
Emmons, Nathanael
Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts. By Leonard Worcester. 1793. 20 p.

A discourse, delivered September 3d, MDCCXCII, to the Society for the Reformation of Morals in Franklin
Emmons, Nathanael
Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts. By Leonard Worcester. 1793. 25, [1] p.

A discourse delivered Sunday morning, April 7, 1861, in the Second Presbyterian church, Albany, in commemoration of the late Hon. John McLean, LL.D: one of the justices of the Supreme court of the United States
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1861. 34 p.

A discourse delivered to the religious society in Brattle-Street, Boston and to the Christian congregation in Charlestown on April 5, 1798: being the day of the annual fast in the commonwealth of Massachusetts
Tappan, David
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1798. 31, [1] p.

A discourse delvered at the anniversary of Derby Academy, in Hingham, May 19, 1847
Furness, William Henry
New York. W.S. Dorr, printer. 1847. 20 p.

A discourse designed to explain the doctrine of atonement: in two parts : delivered in the chapel of Rhode-Island College on the 11th and 25th of November, 1796
Maxcy, Jonathan
Providence. Printed by Carter and Wilkinson. 1796. 39, [1] p.

A discourse embodying facts connected with the early settlement and growth of Mount Morris: delivered at the dedication of the Presbyterian church edifice, February 1, 1855
Chichester, Darwin
Geneseo. J.T. Norton, printer. 1855. 21 p.

A discourse, embracing the civil and religious history of Rhode-Island: delivered April 4, A.D. 1838, at the close of the second century from the first settlement of the island
Ross, Arthur A
Providence. H. H. Brown. 1838. iv, 161 p.

A discourse for members of the National Society of Colonial Dames of America Resident in the State of California: a study in meaning, aspiration, and enrichment
Kingman, Adelaide Bledsoe Cormack
[s.l.]. The Society. 1975. 22 p.

A discourse for taking off the tests and penal laws about religion
London. Printed and are to be sold by R.Taylor. 1687. 40 p.

A discourse for the Holy Grail in old French romance
Ramm, Ben
Woodbridge. Boydell & Brewer. 2007. x, 182 p.

A discourse for the month of April, A.D. 1816
Williams, Thomas
Providence. Miller & Hutchens. 1816. 24 p.

A discourse grammar of Mandarin Chinese
Chu, Chauncey Cheng-hsi
New York. P. Lang. c1998. xviii, 484 p.

A discourse had by the late Reverend and learned Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton: previous to the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Sewall, at Boston, September 16, 1713, affirming and proving the validity of presbyterial ordination
Pemberton, Ebenezer ; Sewell, Joseph ; Franklin, James
Boston. Printed by J. Franklin. 1718. [4], 15, [1] p.

A discourse had in the College-Hall at Cambridge, March 27, 1722: before the baptism of R. Judah Monis
Colman, Benjamin ; Monis, Judah
Boston. Printed [by Samuel Kneeland] for Daniel Henchman. 1722. [4], i, [1], 7 [i.e. 27], [3], iv, vi, 36, [2], 40, [2], 26 p.

A discourse in behalf of the Protestant Episcopal Society for the Advancement of Christianity in South-Carolina, being its 43rd anniversary, delivered in St. Michael's Church, Charleston, on the 3d of May, 1853
Woodward, A
Charleston. Printe by A.E. Miller. 1853. 24 p.

A discourse in commemoration of Rev. William Parsons Lunt: D.D., delivered at Quincy, Mass., on Sunday, June 7, 1857
Robbins, Chandler
Boston. Little, Brown and company. 1857. 71p.

A discourse in commemoration of the life and character of Moses Brown Ives
Wayland, Francis
Providence. Knowles, Anthony & Co., Printers. 1857. 25 p.

A discourse in commemoration of the life and services of Daniel Webster: delivered before the citizens of Providence, November 23, 1852
Whipple, John
Providence. Knowles, Anthony. 1852. 39 p.

A discourse in commemoration of the life, character and services, of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, LL.D: delivered before the citizens of Hartford, January 7th, 1852
Barnard, Henry
Hartford. Brockett & Hutchinson. 1852. 2 p. l., 62 p.

A discourse in commendation of the valiant as vertuous minded gentleman, Maister Frauncis Drake: with a reioysing of his happy aduentures
Breton, Nicholas
At London. Printed by Iohn Charlewood. 1581. [16] p.

A discourse in favour of the abolition of slavery in the British West Indies: preached on the first Sunday in Lent, in the parish church of Ware, Herts
Hughes, William
London. Printed for T. Cadell. 1788. 18 p.

A discourse in memory of Archibald Alexander Hodge
Patton, Francis L
[Philadelphia. Times printing house]. 1887. 62 p.

A discourse in memory of our late President, Abraham Lincoln: delivered in the First Parish Church, Holliston, Mass., Thursday, June 1, 1865
Tucker, J. T
Holliston. Plimpton & Clark. 1865. 21 p.

A discourse in memory of Thomas Harvey Skinner
Prentiss, George Lewis
New York. A.D.F. Randolph & co. [1871]. 145 p., 1 leaf.

A discourse intended to commemorate the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus: delivered at the request of the historical society in Massachusetts on the 23d day of October, 1792, being the completion of the third century since that memorable event : to which are added four dissertations, connected with various parts of the discourse, connected with various parts of the discourse, viz
Belknap, Jeremy
[Boston, Mass.]. Printed at the Apollo Press, in Boston, by Belknap and Hall. 1792. 132, [4] p. (last leaf blank).

A discourse, intended to have been delivered before the New-York Law Institute, on its anniversary celebration, May 14, 1834
Wheaton, Henry
New-York. G. & C. & H. Carvill. 1834. 49 p.

A discourse introductory to a course of lectures on the institutes of medicine and materia medica: delivered before the medical class of the University of New York, at the session of 1841-42
Paine, Martyn
Boston. D. Clapp, jr., printer. 1842. 33 p.

A discourse made by the Ld. Bishop of Rochester to the clergy of his diocese at his visitation in the year 1695
Sprat, Thomas
Savoy [London]. Printed by E. Jones. 1696. 68 p.

A discourse occasioned by the Boston fugitive slave case: delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, April 13, 1851
Furness, William Henry
Philadelphia. Merrihew and Thompson. 1851. 15 p.

A discourse occasioned by the burning of the theatre in the city of Richmond, Virginia, on the twenty-sixth of December, 1811: By which lawful calamity a large number of lives were lost. Delivered in the Third Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, on the eighth day of January, 1812, at the request of the Virginia students attached to the medical class in the University of Pennsylvania
Alexander, Archibald
Philadelphia. Printed by John Weldwood Scott for Daniel Wilson. 1812. iv p., 1 l., [7]-28 p.

A discourse occasioned by the death of Abraham Lincoln: who was assassinated in Washington, Friday, April 14th, 1865. Preached in the Park Street Church, Boston, on the next Lord's day
Stone, A. L
Boston. Printed for J.K. Wiggin. 1865. 21 p.

A discourse occasioned by the death of Brigadier-General John M'Pherson: who was lost in the ship Rose In Bloom, shipwrecked on her passage from Charleston to New-York, August 24th, 1806; delivered by desire, in the Presbyterian church of Charleston, S. C., November 30th, 1806
Buist, George
Charleston. Printed by W. P. Young. 1807. 42 p.