An oration, delivered on the public square at New Haven: at the request of its citizens, July 4, 1851
Ketchum, Hiram
New Haven. T.J. Stafford. 1851. 30 p.

An oration, delivered on the thirty-seventh anniversary of American Independence
Hay, George
[Richmond]. Printed by Ritchie & Trueheart. 1813. 23, 12 p.

An oration, delivered the second of March, 1781, at the request of the American Philosophical Society for Promoting Useful Knowledeg [sic], before the said society and a large and respectable assembly of citizens and foreigners: by Owen Biddle
Biddle, Owen
Philadelphia. Published by order of the Society, and printed by Francis Bailey. 1781. 36 p.

An oration delivered to the Masonic Society in Cincinnati on the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist
Burnet, George Whitfield
[Cincinnati]. Printed by Joseph Carpenter, Cincinnati. 1799. 15, [1] p.

An oration delivered to the Society of Black Friars, November 10, 1796
Wheaton, Levi
London. Printed by M'Lean and Lang. 1797. 22 p.

An oration delivered to the Society of the Cincinnati in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, July 4th, 1787
Brooks, John
Boston. Printed by Edmund Freeman. 1787. 16 p.

An oration, in celebration of American independence: delivered at Belcherstown, July 4th, 1797
Dickinson, Samuel Fowler
Printed at Northampton, (Massachusetts). By William Butler. 1797. 23, [1] p.

An oration, in commemoration of the birth of our illustrious Washington: pronounced at Windsor, February 22, 1814
Dunham, Josiah
Windsor, Vt. Printed by T. M. Pomroy. 1814. 48 p.

An oration, in commemoration of the dissolution of the political union between the United States of America and France: Delivered on the seventeenth of July, 1799 at St. John's Church in Portsmouth, N. H
Livermore, Edward St. Loe
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. Printed at the Oracle Press, by Charles Peirce. 1799. 28 p.

An oration, in commemoration of the founders of William and Mary College: delivered on the anniversary of its foundation, August 15, 1771
Randolph, Edmund
Williamsburg. Printed by William Rind. 1771. 12 p.

An oration in commeration of General Nathaniel Greene: delivered before the Connecticut society of the Cincinnati, at New Haven, September 12, 1786
Hillhouse, William
Brooklyn, N.Y. Priv. print. 1886. 15 p.

An oration, in defence of divine revelation: together with the valedictory addresses : delivered in the Baptist meeting-house, in Providence, at the commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6, A.D. 1797
Allen, Benjamin
Providence. Printed by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book-store. 1797. 16 p.

An oration in honor of General Lafayette: delivered in his presence at Nashville, May 4, 1825, at the request of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee
Hunt, William Gibbes
Nashville. Printed by Joseph Norvell. 1825. 12 p.

An oration, in honour to the memory of General George Washington: who died Dec. 14, 1799, in the 68th year of his age : delivered before the inhabitants of the town of Weymouth, at the request of their selectmen, on the 22d day of February, 1800
Tufts, Cotton ; Toner, Joseph M
[Boston]. Printed by Samuel Hall ... Boston. 1800. 19, [1] p.

An oration in memory of General Montgomery: and of the officers and soldiers, who fell with him, December 31, 1775, before Quebec
Smith, William
[Newport]. Philadelphia printed: Newport: Re-printed by Solomon Southwick. 1776. [2], 30 p.

An orationn delivered in Salem: on the fifth of July, 1813, in commemoration of our naval victories, and national independence
Sprague, Joseph E
Salem. Printed by W. Palfray. 1813. 17 p.

An oration occasioned by the death of Henry White, delivered before the Theta Chapter of the Psi-Upsilon Society, Union College, July, 1845
Van Vorst, Hooper C
Albany. J. Munsell. 1846. 23 p.

An oration on certainty in medicine: Delivered before the Philadelphia medical society, February 10, 1830. By Benjamin H. Coates
Coates, Benjamin H[ornor]
Philadelphia. Printed by J. Kay, jun. & co. 1830. 29 p.

An oration on Columbian Independence: delivered in Minot, Me., on the anniversary of that memorable day, the Fourth of July, 1818, being the forty-second of the Independence of the U.S.A
Perkins, Simeon
Portland. Printed by F. Douglas. 1818. 16 p.

An oration on curiosity: pronounced in the University of Vermont, 24th April, 1810, on induction into office
Dean, James
Burlington, Vt. Printed by Samuel Mills. May 1810. 19 p.

An oration on death, and the happiness of the separate state: or The pleasures of paradise, with their probable changes and improvements. The last of which is much quoted from the late Dr. Watts, interspersed, however, with divers poetical sketches of the author's of various measures and metres. Also, an oration of the author's; also, four hymns or poems of the author's, on solemn and divine subjects
Bodman, Manoah
Williamsburgh [Mass.]. Printed by Ephraim Whitman. 1817. iv, 300 p.

An oration on domestic slavery: delivered at the North Meeting-House in Hartford, on the 12th day of May, A.D. 1791, at the meeting of the Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage
Swift, Zephaniah
Hartford. Printed and sold by Hudson and Goodwin. 1791. 23, [1] p.

An oration on education, delivered before the Society for the Promotion of a Rational System of Education, and a numerous assembly of ladies and gentlemen, in St. John's Church, November 7th 1811: by appointment of the Society : with annotations
Cutbush, James
Philadelphia. Published by the Society. 1812. 49 p.

An oration on national independence: (delivered by public request) on the Fourth of July, 1837, at Port Gibson, Mississippi, consisting principally, of a sketch of the rise of the state of Mississippi, from the exploration of De Soto, in 1539, to the present time
Butler, Mann
Frankfort, Ky. printed by A. G. Hodges. 1837. 23 p.

An oration on the abolition of the slave trade: delivered in the African church in the city of New York, January 2, 1809
Sipkins, Henry
New York. Printed by J.C. Totten. 1809. 21 p. 22 cm.

An oration on the abolition of the slave trade: delivered in the African church, in the city of New York, January 1, 1808
Williams, Peter
New York. Printed by Samuel Wood. no. 361 Pearl-Street. 1808. 26, [2] p.

An oration on the anniversay of American independence, pronounced at Worcester, July 4, 1800
Bangs, Edward
Worcester. Printed by Isaiah Thomas, jun. July, 1800. 30 p.

An oration on the auspicious birth, sublime virtues, and triumphant death of General George Washington: pronounced Feb. 22, 1800; in Newbury Second parish
Tomb, Samuel
Printed at Newburyport. by Edmund M. Blunt. 1800. 17, [3] p.

An oration, on the birth of Washington: delivered before the Washington Society of Alexandria
Harper, Robert Goodloe
Alexandria. Printed by S. Snowden. [1810]. 19 p.

An oration on the causes, evils, and preventives of intemperance: delivered and published by request, in the Town of Columbus, Ohio, February 12th, 1831
Drake, Daniel
[Columbus, Ohio. s.n.]. 1831. 21 p.

An oration on the causes of the difference, in point of frequency and force, between the endemic diseases of the United States of America and those of the countries of Europe: delivered, by appointment, to the Philadelphia Medical Society on the fifth day of February, 1802
Caldwell, Charles
Philadelphia. Printed by T. and William Bradford, booksellers and stationers, no. 8, South Front Street. 1802. 46 p.

An oration, on the colonization of New England: delivered December 22, 1838, before the Pilgrim Society of Louisville
Ripley, Charles
Louisville, Ky. Prentice and Weissinger. 1839. 44 p.

An oration on the death of Abraham Lincoln: late President of the United States
Saunders, Rolfe S
Memphis. W.A. Whitmore, printer. 1865. 16 p.

An oration on the death of Commodore Stephen Decatur of the United States Navy, who was killed in a duel by James Barron, formerly Commander of the Chesapeake
Umphraville, Angus
Pittsburgh. [s.n.]. 1820. 20 p.

An oration, on the death of General Washington: pronounced before the citizens of Albany, on Thursday, January 9th, 1800
Beers, William Pitt
Albany. Printed by Charles R. and George Webster. [1800]. 17 p.

An oration on the death of Gen. George Washington: delivered in the Dutch church in New-Brunswick, on the 22d of February, 1800
Frelinghuysen, Frederick
New-Brunswick, N.-J. Printed by Abraham Blauvelt. 1800. 23, [1] p.

An oration on the death of George Clinton, late Vice-President of the United States of America: delivered before the George Clinton Society, on the 20th of May, 1812
Herring, Elbert
New York. Printed by Pelsue and Gould, No. 3, New-street. [1812]. 15 p.

An oration on the death of George Washington: delivered at Exeter, February 22, 1800
Smith, Jeremiah ; Smith, Jeremiah ; Sewall, Jonathan Mitchell ; Toner, Joseph M
Exeter [N.H.]. From the Press of Henry Ranlet. 1800. 31, [1] p.

An oration on the death of lieutenant-general George Washington, late president of the United States, who died Dec. 14, 1799: delivered in St. Michael's Church, January 15, 1800, at the request of the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina, and published by their desire
Ramsay, David ; Toner, Joseph M
Charleston. Printed by W.P. Young. 1800. [4], 30, [2] p.

An oration on the death of Lieut. Gen. George Washington, composed on the special request of the commandant and his brother officers, of the cantonment in the vicinity, and delivered at Staunton, on the 22d day of February, 1800
Glendy, John
Baltimore. Printed by Sands & Neilson. 1835. 31 p.

An oration on the death of Mr. Eli Kelsey: a senior in Yale-College
Lewis, D. W
New-Haven. Printed by Josiah Meigs. 1788. 11, [1] p.

An oration on the death of Mr. Robert Grant, a member of the senior class in Yale-College, Connecticut, who died on the fourth of April, 1792, aetat. XXIII
Whitney, Eli
New-Haven. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. [1792]. 15, [1] p.

An oration on the death of Roger Newton, Jun'r, A.M., a tutor of Yale-College, in New-Haven, who died August 10th, 1789, aetat. 26: pronounced in the college-chapel, September 2nd
Bidwell, Barnabas
New-Haven. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green. [1789]. 23, [1] p.

An oration on the death of Roger Williams Howell: a member of the senior class of Rhode-Island College, who died October 7, 1792, aetat. 20 : pronounced in the College-Chapel, November 22, 1792
Allen, Paul
[Providence, R.I.]. Printed by J. Carter. [1792]. 11, [1] p.

An oration on the death of Samuel Wales, Jun'r., a member of Yale-College, son of the Rev. Samuel Wales, D.D., professor of divinity in said college, who died November 20th, 1790, aetat. 17
Lathrop, Samuel
New-Haven. Printed by A. Morse. 1791. 21, [3] p. (last leaf blank).

An oration on the extent and power of political delus[ion], delivered in New-Haven, on the evening preceding the public commencement, September 1800
Bishop, Abraham
Newark. Printed by Pennington and Gould. 1800. iv, [1], 6-71, [1] p.

An oration on the gods
Ingersoll, Robert Green
Peoria, Ill. Transcript Book and Job Print. 1872. 73 p.

An oration on the history of the Anglican Church in Lagos, 1852 to 1952
Lucas, Jonathan Olumide
[Lagos. Printed by Tika-Tore Press. 1952?]. 59 p.

An oration, on the importance of cultivating the sciences, delivered at Dartmouth College, before the New Hampshire Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa, August 21, 1828
Hall, Frederick
[S.l. s.n.]. 1828. 28 p.

An oration on the improvement of medicine: pronounced before a respectable auditory of citizens in the Federal Hall, in the city of New-York, according to appointment of the Medical Society of the State of New-York, at their anniversary meeting on the 16th January 1794
Dingley, Amasa
New-York. Printed by J. Buel. [1794]. 39, [1] p.

An oration on the improvement of medicine: pronuonced [sic] before a respectable auditory of citizens in the Federal Hall in the city of New-York : according to the appointment of the Medical Society of the State of New York, at their anniversary meeting, on the 16th of January, 1794
Dingley, Amasa
New-York. Printed by John Buel. 1795. 39, [1] p.

An oration, on the independence of the United States of America: delivered on the 4th of July, 1787
Davidson, Robert
Carlisle [Pa.]. Printed by Kline and Reynolds. [1787]. 16 p.

An oration on the influence of social institution upon human morals and happiness: delivered before the Tammany Society, at their anniversary, on the twelfth of May, 1796
Wortman, Tunis
New-York. Printed by C.C. Van Alen, & Co. 1796. 31, [1] p.

An oration on the life and character of Benjamin Franklin
Tyler, John
Norfolk, Va. Printed by W. C. Shields. 1840. 27 p.

An oration on the life and character of John Quincy Adams: Delivered at Cincinnati, 25 March, 1848, before the bar of Hamilton County, at their request
Greene, William
Cincinnati. [Cincinnati chronicle print]. 1848. 35 p.

An oration on the life and character of John Quincy Adams: dellivered [!] before the citizens of Cincinnati, on the twenty-second day of March, 1848
Walker, Timothy
Cincinnati. J.F. Desilver. 1848. 24 p.

An oration on the life and character of Patrick Henry
Drinkard, William R
Richmond. Printed by P.D. Bernard. 1840. 16 p.

An oration on the life and character of the late Rev. Thomas G. Lowe: delivered at Haywood's Church, Halifax County, on June 24th, 1882
Kingsbury, Theodore Bryant
Weldon, N.C. Harrell's Cheap Book and Job Printing House. 1882. 25 p.

An oration on the life and character of Zachary Taylor: late President of the United States, delivered in Cincinnati, at the funeral solemnites [sic] in honor of the deceased, August 1, 1850
Miner, John L
Cincinnati. J.F. DeSilver. 1850. 24 p.

An oration on the life and services of Thomas Paine
Ingersoll, Robert Green
Peoria, Ill. Transcript Book and Job Print. 1871. 41 p.

An oration on the life, character and services of John Caldwell Calhoun: delivered on the 21st Nov., 1850, in Charleston, S. C., at the request of the City Council
Hammond, James Henry
Charleston, S.C. Steam power-press of Walker & James. 1850. 73 p.

An oration, on the material growth and progress of the United States: delivered at Springfield, Mass., on the Fourth of July, 1839
Cushing, Caleb
Springfield. Printed by Merriam, Wood and Co. 1839. 32 p.

An oration on the moral grandeur of George Washington: delivered on the centennial anniversary of his birth day, February XXII, MDCCCXXXII, at the request of the citizens of Portsmouth, N. H
Burroughs, Charles
Portsmouth. N. March & co. 1832. 59, [1] p.

An oration, on the necessity of political union at the present day: delivered at the Baptist meeting-house, in Providence, at the commencement of Rhode-Island College, A.D. 1797
Allen, Paul
Providence. Printed by Carter and Wilkinson and sold at their book-store. 1797. 8 p.

An oration on the occasion of the national fast: delivered before the Academy of Sacred Music, in the Broadway Tabernacle, New-York, on Friday evening, May 14, 1841
Kirk, Edward Norris
New York. Office of the Iris, John S. Taylor & Co. 1841. iv, [5]-27 p.

An oration on the past and present state of our country: delivered before the Tammany Society or Columbian Order on their anniversary, the 12th of May 1802
Carson, James
Philadelphia. Printed by Robert Cochran. 1802. 16 p.

An oration on the principles of taste: delivered before the Federal Adelphi, on the fourth of September, A.D. 1800, at the Baptist Meeting-house in Providence
Allen, Paul
Providence. Printed by Bennett Wheeler. 1800. 14, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

An oration on the propriety of introducing the science of jurisprudence into a course of classical education: pronounced in the Baptist Meeting-House in Providence, at the anniversary commencement of Rhode-Island College, September 6th, A.D. 1797
Bridgham, Samuel W
Providence [R.I.]. Printed by Carter and Wilkinson. 1797. 7, [1] p.

An oration on the prospects of the young men of America: delivered in the university chapel to the senior class, July 14, 1818
Everett, John
Boston. Printed by Wells and Lilly. 1818. 19 p.

An oration on the recent measures of the American government: pronounced at Dedham, July 4th, 1809
Worthington, Erastus
Boston. Edward Oliver. [1809]. 23 p.

An oration on the rise and progress of the United States of America, to the present crisis, and on the duties of the citizens
Addison, Alexander
Philadelphia. Printed by John Ormrod. 1798. [2], 41, [1] p.

An oration on the sublime virtues of General George Washington: pronounced at the Old South meeting-house in Boston, before his honor the lieutenant-governor, the council, and the two branches of the legislature of Massachusetts, at their request, on Saturday, the 8th of February, 1800
Ames, Fisher
Boston : Young & Minns. [1800]. 31, [1] p.

An oration on the tendency of debating societies: delivered before the Amphilogian Society, December third, 1808-- first anniversary
Paxson, Edward
Philadelphia. Printed by Brown & Merritt, for the society. 1808. 22 p.

An oration on the utility of literary establishments: delivered (at the request of the proprietors) at the opening of the literary rooms in New-York, on the eleventh of February, 1814
Bristed, John
New-York. Eastburn, Kirk. 1814. 16 p.

An oration on union: delivered in the New Dutch Church in the city of New-York, on the twelfth of May 1794, the anniversary of the Tammany Society, or Columbian Order
Johnson, John B
New-York. Printed by John Buel. 1794. 24 p.

An oration, pronounced at Alfred, on the 4th of July, 1815, being the thirty ninth anniversary of American independence
Holmes, John
Boston. Printed by Rowe and Hooper, at the Yankee office. 1815. 23 p.

An oration, pronounced at Biddeford, on the Fourth of July, 1798: the anniversary of American Independence
King, Cyrus
Portland [Me.]. Printed by E. A. Jenks. [1798]. 20 p.

An oration pronounced at Boston, 4th July 1820, at the request of the Republican citizens of that place, in commemoration of American independence
Orne, Henry
Boston. Printed by Elisha Bellamy. 1820. 23 p.

An oration, pronounced at Bridgewater, July 4, 1804: in commemoration of the anniversary of American Independence
Orr, Hector
Boston. Printed by Gilbert & Dean. 1804. 19 p.

An oration, pronounced at Bridgewater, October 4, 1798, at the request of the Columbian Society
Whitman, Kilborn ; Paine, Robert Treat
Boston. Printed by Samuel Etheridge. 1798. 39, [1] p.

An oration, pronounced at Bridgwater, October 1, 1801: at the request of the Columbian Society
Orr, Hector
Boston. Printed by Russell and Cutler. 1801. 24 p.

An oration pronounced at Cambridge before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, August 27, 1824
Everett, Edward
[New York. E. Everett]. 1824. 48 p.

An oration pronounced at Charlestown at the request of the Artillery Company, on the seventeenth of June: being the anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill, and of that company
Austin, William
Charlestown [Mass.]. Printed by Samuel Etheridge. 1801. 29 p.

An oration, pronounced at Charlestown, July 4, 1797: At the request of the selectmen, artillery company and trustees of the school in said town. In commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Russell, John Miller
Charlestown. Printed by J. Lamson, at his office near the bridge. [1797]. 16 p.

An oration pronounced at Charlestown, Massachusetts on the fourth of July, A.D. 1816
Parker, Leonard M
Boston. Rowe and Hooper. 1818. 16 p.

An oration, pronounced at Charlton, (Mass.) on the forty-third anniversary of American independence
Knight, Daniel
Worcester. Printed by William Manning. 1819. 20 p.

An oration, pronounced at Exeter on the fourth day of July 1800, in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence
Sullivan, George
Exeter, New-Hampshire. From the press of H. Ranlet. 1800. 16 p.

An oration, pronounced at Fryeburg, Maine, on the 4th day of July, 1812: at the request of the Federal Republicans of Fryeburg and the adjacent towns
Barrows, William
Portland. Printed by A. Shirley. 1812. 20 p.

An oration, pronounced at Gray, Maine: on the anniversary of American Independence, July 4, 1809
Weston, Daniel
Portland. Printed by A. Shirley. 1809. 11 p.

An oration, pronounced at Groton, in the Commonwealthof Massachusetts, on the Fourth of July, A.D. 1807, in commemoration of the independence of the United States of America: before the republican citizens of the town of Groton, and the vicinity
Dana, Samuel
Amherst, N.H. Printed by Joseph Cushing. 1807. 20 p.

An oration, pronounced at Hampstead, New-Hampshire: April 30th, 1814, at the celebration of the anniversary of the inauguration of His Excellency George Washington
Spofford, Jeremiah
Haverhill, Mass. Printed by Greenough and Burrill. 1814. 20 p.

An oration, pronounced at Hanover, Massachusetts on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1803, at the request of the officers of the second regiment, first brigade, fifth division of the militia of Massachusetts
Whitman, Benjamin
Boston. Printed by David Carlisle. 1803. 24 p.

An oration, pronounced at Hanover, New-Hampshire, the 4th day of July, 1800
Webster, Daniel
Printed at Hanover. by Moses Davis. 1800. 15 p.

An oration pronounced at Hubbardston before the Republicans of the north district of the county of Worcester, July 4, 1810, the thirty fourth anniversary of American independence
White, William Charles
[Boston. s.n.]. 1810. 16 p.

An oration, pronounced at Kennebunk, district of Maine, on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1803
Thacher, Stephen
Boston. David Carlisle. 1803. 24 p.

An oration pronounced at Littleton July 4, 1806: the thirtieth anniversary of American independence
Foster, Edmund
Cambridge. Printed by William Hilliard. 1806. 23 p.

An oration pronounced at Londonderry before the Rockingham Agricultural Society at their annual meeting, June 7, 1813
Vose, John
[Concord. The Society]. 1813. 15 p.

An oration pronounced at Lyndeborough, N.H. in commemoration of the independence of the United States of America, July 4, 1815
Woodbury, Levi
Amherst. Printed by R. Boylston. 1818. 18 p.

An oration, pronounced at Minot, Maine, on the fourth day of July, 1814: the thirty-eighth anniversary of American Independence
Ladd, William
Portland. Printed by A. Shirley. 1814. 32 p.

An oration, pronounced at Montreal, (Lower Canada,) on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist, June 24, A.L. 5812
Gleason, Benjamin
Boston. Published by J. Scott; Watson & Bangs, printers. 1812. 15 p.

An oration pronounced at Nassau-hall, January 14, 1761 on occasion of the death of His late Majesty King George II
Blair, Samuel ; Parker, James ; Force, Peter
Woodbridge, in New Jersey. Printed by James Parker. 1761. 8 p.

An oration pronounced at New-Bedford, Mass., February 22, 1823: on the anniversary of the birth of Washington
Whitaker, Daniel K
Boston. Printed by Robert M. Peck. 1823. 27 p.

An oration, pronounced at New Haven: by request of the Common Council, August 19, 1834, in commemoration of the life and services of General Lafayette
Hillhouse, James Abraham
New Haven. H. Howe & Co. 1834. 40 p.

An oration pronounced at New-Haven before the Connecticut Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, September 13, 1825
Gould, James
New-Haven. Printed by T. G. Woodward and Co. 1825. 31 p.

An oration pronounced at New-Haven before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, September 12, 1826: on some of the considerations which should influence an epic or a tragic writer in the choice of an era
Hillhouse, James Abraham
New-Haven. A.H. Maltby and Co. 1826. 32 p.

An oration, pronounced at Norridgwock, on the fourth day of July, 1805: being the anniversary of American independence
Pratt, Spencer
Augusta [Me.]. Printed by Peter Edes & Son. 1805. 16 p.

An oration pronounced at Northampton, July 4, 1805: The twenty ninth anniversary of American independence: at the request of the Committee of arrangement
Bates, Isaac C
Northampton [Mass.]. Printed and sold by Thomas M. Pomroy. 1805. 30 p., 1 l.

An oration, pronounced at Northampton, on the anniversary of American Independence, 1811
Grennell, George
Northampton [Mass.]. Printed by W. Butler. 1811. 24 p.

An oration, pronounced at Paris, Oxford County, Maine, on the Fourth of July, 1805: in commemoration of American Independence
Howe, Nathaniel
Portland. From the Argus press. 1805. 15 p.

An oration, pronounced at Peacham, in commemoration of the death of the late Gen. George Washington, February 22d, 1800
Worcester, Leonard
Peacham, Vt. Printed by Farley & Goss. 1800. 20 p.

An oration pronounced at Plymouth: at the request of the young men of that town, on the centennial anniversary of the birth day of George Washington
Lincoln, Solomon
Plymouth, (Mass.). Printed by A. Danforth. 1832. 23, [1] p.

An oration, pronounced at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 4th March, 1809
Haines, Samuel
Portsmouth [N.H.]. Printed by Samuel Whidden. 1809. 14 p.

An oration, pronounced at Portsmouth, N.H., on the fourth day of July 1812: in commemoration of the thirty-sixth anniversary of American independence
Claggett, William
[Portsmouth, N.H.]. Printed at the Gazette Office, W. Weeks, printer. [1812]. 32 p.

An oration, pronounced at Poultney, July 4, 1808: Being the thitry-third (!) anniversary of American Independence
Langdon, Chauncy
Rutland, Vt. Printed by Thomas M. Pomroy. 1808. 32 p.

An oration, pronounced at Salisbury, New Hampshire, July 4th, 1808
Bartlett, Ichabod
Concord. Printed by George Hough. 1808. 16 p.

An oration pronounced at Tarborough, North Carolina, the 22nd of May, 1850: on the occasion of laying the corner stone of the monument to the memory of Louis D. Wilson
Dancy, William P
Raleigh. William W. Holden, Printer. 1850. 12 p.

An oration pronounced at Templeton, July 5, 1813: in commemoration of the thirty seventh anniversary of American independence, before the Washington Benevolent Societies in the northern section of the county of Worcester, and other citizens
Bigelow, Lewis
Worcester, [Mass.]. Printed by I. Sturtevant. 1813. 28 p.

An Oration, pronounced at the meetinghouse in the vicinity of Dartmouth College, on the fourth of July, 1811
Fairfield, Jotham
Hanover, N.H. Printed by Charles Spear. 1811. 15 p.

An oration, pronounced, at the request of the "Charlestown light infantry": before the Republican citizens of Charlestown, on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1805
Gleason, Benjamin
Boston. Printed by True & Parks. 1805. 24 p.

An oration pronounced at the request of the Washington Light Infantry Company in Newburyport, July 24, 1822, in commemoration of the company's twenty-second anniversary
Cushing, Caleb
Newburyport. E. W. Allen. 1822. 14 p.

An oration, pronounced at Wiscasset, on the Fourth of July, 1805. by Jere. Bailey
Bailey, Jere
Wiscasset. Printed by Babson and Rust. 1805. 19p.

An oration, pronounced at Worcester, on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1796
Blake, Francis
Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts. By Thomas, Son, & Thomas. July, A.D. 1796. 18 p.

An oration, pronounced before the alumni of Union College,at Schenectady, N.Y., July 24th, 1861
Hamilton, D. H
Jacksonville [Ill.]. Journal Book and Job Print. 1863. 22 p.

An oration, pronounced before the citizens of Bangor: on the fourth of July, 1838. The sixty-second anniversary of American independence
Hedge, Frederic Henry
Bangor. S.S. Smith, printer. 1838. 38 p.

An oration, pronounced before the citizens of Pawtuxet, on the fourth of July, 1814: being the thirty-eighth anniversary of American independence
Tillinghast, Joseph L
Providence. Printed by Miller, Goddard & Mann. 1814. 23 p.

An oration pronounced before the fraternity of masons and a numerous auditory at Hanover in the county of Plymouth, June the 24th, A.L. 5793, being the festival of St. John
Hussey, Josiah
Boston. Printed by Brother Benjamin Russell. 5793 [1793]. 12 p.

An oration pronounced before the inhabitants of Boston, July the fourth, 1835, in commemoration of American independence
Hillard, George Stillman
Boston. Press of J. H. Eastburn, city printer. 1835. 30 p.

An oration, pronounced before the inhabitants of Boston, July the fourth, 1836, in commemoration of the sixtieth anniversary of American independence
Kinsman, Henry W
Boston. J. H. Eastburn, City printer. 1836. 25 p.