A sermon delivered, Sabbath, April 25, 1847, at the House of Correction, South Boston, being the farewell address of the chaplain
Boston. Press of Crocker and Brewster. 1847. 16 p.
A sermon delivered September 3, 1788, at the Dudleian lecture in the chapel of Harvard College, in Cambridge
Boston. Printed by Edmund Freeman. 1788. 30,  p. (final leaf blank).
A sermon, delivered to a congregation of Protestant dissenters, at Hackney, on the 10th of February last: being the day appointed for a general fast
London. Printed for T. Cadell. 1779. 2 p. l., 35 p.
A sermon delivered to the First Congregation in Cambridge and the Religious Society in Charlestown, April 11, 1793: on occasion of the annual fast in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1793. 31,  p.
A sermon, delivered to the First religious society in Roxbury, December 11, 1783: being the first day of public thanksgiving, in America, after the restoration of peace, and the ultimate acknowledgment of her independence
Boston. Printed by Adams and Nourse. 1784. 24 p.
A sermon delivered to the First Religious Society in Roxbury, June 16, 1799: occasioned by the death of His Excellency Increase Sumner, Esq., governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, who died June 7, 1799 in the 53d year of his age
Printed at Boston. By Young & Minns. 1799. 27,  p.
A sermon, delivered to the Second Baptist society in Boston, on Lord's day, December 29, 1799: Occasioned by the death of General George Washington
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring. . 28 p.
A sermon, delivered Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1802: at the interment of the Rev. Daniel Shute, D.D., senior pastor of the Second Church in Hingham, who departed this life Aug. 30, 1802, in the 81st year of his age and the 56th of his ministry
Boston. Printed by E. Lincoln, Water-street. 1802. 28 p.
A sermon, describing the sin and danger of self-love: preached at Plymouth in New-England, 1621 : from an old edition
Stockbridge, [Mass.]. Printed by C. Webster. 1822. 40 p.
A sermon, exhibiting the present dangers, and consequent duties of the citizens of the United States of America: delivered at Charlestown, April 25, 1799, the day of the national fast
Charlestown [Mass.]. Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge. 1799. iv, , 6-50 p.
A sermon, Feb. 1, 1863, on his eighty-sixth birthday
[S.l. s.n. 1863?]. 6 p.
A sermon, February 10, 1816, at the house of Mr. Jacob Cowdry, in Ashby, on the birth-day of Mrs. Tabitha Pearson, who had then completed the hundredth year of her age
Amherst, N.H. Printed by R. Boylston. 1805. 16 p.
A sermon for children
Duffie, Cornelius Roosevelt ; Swords, Edward J ; Conner, James ; Ulizio, B. George
[New-York]. Published by the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, and for sale at their Depository, no. 127 Broadway, corner of Cedar-Street, first door north of the City Hotel, and at their different branch depositories, Edward J. Swords, printer. 1828. 11,  p.
A sermon for December 15, 1796, the day of public thanksgiving
Boston. William Spotswood. 1796. 21,  p.
A sermon for midsummer day: beauty in the world of matter, considered as a revelation of God
Boston. Published by the Fraternity. 1859. 24 p.
A sermon for the fast, appointed on February 28, 1794
London. Printed for F. and C. Rivington. 1794. 9 p.
A sermon for the times: preached in aid of the "Jacobins of Maryland"
Baltimore. Printed for the author. 1864. 8 p.
A sermon for the two hundreth anniversary of the standing of the First Church in Newbury on its present site, October 20, 1846
Newburyport [Mass.]. Enoch Hale, Jr., printer, Courier Press. 1846. 18 p.
A sermon having some references to the character of the late Rev. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer, D.D: preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sabbath morning, September 16, 1860
Sprague, William Buell
Albany. Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1860. 36 p.
A sermon having some reference to the character of the late Rev. Cortlandt van Rensselaer, D.D: preached in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, Sabbath morning, September 16, 1860
Sprague, William Buell
Albany, N.Y. Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1860. 36 p.
A sermon in commemoration of the death of Abraham Lincoln: late President of the United States, preached in the Independent Congregational Church of Bangor, on Easter Sunday, April 16, 1865
Everett, Charles Carroll
Bangor [Me.]. Printed by B.A. Burr. 1865. 25 p.
A sermon in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the ordination, Feb. 25th, 1807, of the author, Rev. Charles Wellington, as Pastor of the First Congregational Church and Society in Templeton, Mass
Boston. Crosby, Nichols, and Co. 1857. 39 p.
A sermon in memory of Colonel Ulric Dahlgren: delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C. ... April 24, 1864
Washington, D.C. McGill & Withrow, printers. 1864. 48 p.
A sermon in memory of the heroic dead, who have fallen in the battles of freedom: Delivered in the Congregational Church at Lake City, Minnesota, June 1st, 1862
Sterry, De Witt C
[Lake City. "Weekly times" Print. 1862]. 12 p.
A sermon in memory of the Rev. Samuel Bacon and John P. Bankson, agents of the United States, under the direction of the American Colonization Society, who died on the coast of Africa, May, 1820: preached in St. James's Church, Philadelphia, on Sunday evening, November 5th
Muhlenberg, William Augustus
[Philadelphia]. Clark & Raser. 1820. 26 p.
A sermon in praise of swearing: Deut. vi. 13, the latter part of the verse, And shalt swear by his name
Boston. Printed, and sold by Elisha Brown. 1767. 23,  p.
A sermon, in reference to the death of Mrs. Emma Willard
Coit, Thomas Winthrop
Troy, N.Y. W. H. Young & Blake. 1870. 17 p.
A sermon in reference to the state of the times: preached July 2, 1837
Concord [N.H.]. Printed at the Observer Press. 1838. 14 p., 1 l.
A sermon in revivals of religion: containing a caution to the Church in the nineteenth century to beware of the devices of Satan in corrupting them
New York. printed by D. Fanshaw. 1827. 40 p.
A sermon in the desert: belief and behavior in early St. George, Utah
Logue, Larry M
Urbana. University of Illinois Press. c1988. xii, 165 p.,  p. of plates.
A sermon in the Second Congregational Church, Newport, November 9th, A.D. 1806: the Lord's Day succeeding the death of Miss Abigail Potter
Newport, R.I. Newport Mercury. 1807. 24 p.
A sermon in Trevill Street Chapel: August 19th, 1877 during the assembly in Plymouth of the British Association for the Advancement of Science
London. E.T. Whitfield. . 12 p.
A sermon, in two parts, delivered on the Sabbath, June 28, 1856: the close of the fiftieth year of his ministry, as pastor of the First Church and Parish in Hingham
Hingham. J. Farmer, printer. 1856. 48 p.
A sermon in vindication of the religious spirit of the age: preached April 9, 1820 in the Middle Dutch Church, New-York, on the anniversary of the New-York Missionary Society
New-York. The Society. 1820. 47 p.
A sermon in which is attempted a full and explicit answer to the common and highly important question, "What wilt thou have me do?": delivered in the ordinary course, on one of the Sabbaths in August, 1814, to the congregation in Park Street, Boston
Griffin, Edward Dorr
Brookfield [Mass.]. Printed by E. Merriam and Co. 1819. 12 p.
A sermon is more than words
St. Louis. Concordia Pub. House. c1977. 46 p.
A sermon lately delivered on universal salvation: a very ancient doctrine; with some account of the life and character of its author
Boston. Printed for Nathaniel Coverly. 1818. 12 p.
A sermon made in the chappel at the Gylde Halle in London, the xxix day of September 1574: before the lord maior and the whole state of the citie, then assembled for the chusing of their maior that shuld then succede in the gouernme[n]t of the same citie
Crowley, Robert ; Awdelay, John
Imprinted at London. By Iohn Awdeley. 1575.  p.
A sermon no lesse fruitefull then famous: preached at Paules Crosse, on the Sunday of quinquagesima, by R. Wimbledon, in the raigne of King Henry the fourth, in the yeere of our Lord, 1388 and found out hid in a vvall : vvhich sermon is heere set forth by the old coppy, without adding or diminishing, saue the olde and rude English, heere and there amended
Wimbledon, Thomas ; Roberts, James
At London. Printed by Iames Roberts. Anno Dom. 1593 [i.e. 1599].  p.
A sermon occasioned by that branch of British commerce which extends to the human species
Hull. Printed for the author by G. Prince. . 64 p.
A sermon occasioned by the burning of the steamer Lexington, preached in St. Paul's Church, Boston
Stone, John S
Boston. Printed by Perkins & Marvin. 1840. 20 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of Andrew Pepperell, Esq., only son of the Honourable Sir William Pepperell, Bart., who died March the 1st 1751, in the 26th year of his age: preached at the lower parish in Kittery, the Lord's Day after his funeral
Boston. Printed by D. Fowle. 1752. 31,  p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of Capt. Cyrus Bullard: and preached at Medway, May 25, 1806
Dedham [Eng.]. Printed by H. Mann. 1807. 23 p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of General George Washington: and preached Feb. 22, 1800, by their direction, before His Honor Moses Gill, esq., commander in chief, the honorable Council, the honorable Senate and House of representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts
Boston. Printed by Young & Minns. . 21 p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of George Washington, supreme commander of the American forces during the revolutionary war, first president, and late Lieutenant-General and Commander in chief of the armies of the United States of America: who departed this life at Mount Vernon, December 14, 1799, in the 68th year of his age, delivered in Hingham, by request of the inhabitants, January 6, 1800
Ware, Henry ; Toner, Joseph M
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall, No. 53, Cornhill. 1800. 27,  p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of His Excellency George Washington: Lieutenant General of the American Army, and late President of the United States, who departed this life December 14, 1799, Aet
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1800. 23 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of Lieutenant-General George Washington: late President of the United States of America; who was born February 11th, 1732, in Virginia, and died, December 14th, 1799, on Mount Vernon, his favorite seat in his native country
[Savannah]. Printed by Seymour & Woolhopter. . 16,  p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of Mr. Charles Bealer: delivered at Euhaw
Charleston [S.C.]. Printed by Markland & M'Iver. 1793. 12 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of Rev. Chas. F. Butler, A.M: delivered in the Presbyterian Church, Bedford, N.Y., August 16, 1866
Heroy, P. B
Syracuse. Truair, Smith & Miles. 1866. 23 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of Rev. Matthias Bruen: preached in the Bleecker-Street Church, New York, September 20, 1829
Skinner, Thomas H
New York. J. Seymour. 1829. 48 p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of Samuel Bixby, who died Sept. 25, aet. 17, Jonathan Shepard, Jun., who died Sept. 28, aet. 29, James Ward, who died Sept. 29, aet. 25, and Michael Bright, Jun., who died October 10, aet. 20 (all of the small-pox): preached October 21, 1792
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1793. 23,  p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honorable Abigail Belcher: late consort of Jonathan Belcher, esq; late lieutenant-governor and commander in chief, and His Majesty's present chief justice of his province of Nova-Scotia, delivered at Halifax, in the said province, October 20, 1771
Boston, New-England. Printed by Thomas and John Fleet. 1772. 2 p. l., ii, 7-25,  p., 1 l.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Honorable Mrs. Abigail Belcher, consort of Jonathan Belcher, Esq., late lieutenant-governor, and commander-in-chief, and His Majesty's present chief justice of his province of Nova-Scotia: delivered at St. Paul's Church in Halifax in Nova-Scotia, October 13th, 1771, being the Sunday after her funeral
Halifax, Nova-Scotia. Printed by A. Henry. 1771. , 17, 5 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Hon. William Phillips: preached on the third of June, 1827, being the Sabbath after the funeral
Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg
Boston. Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins. 1827. 52 p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of the late Reverend Mr. Gilbert Tennent, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Congregation, in Philadelphia: preached on the 2d day of September, 1764
Philadelphia. Printed, and sold by W. Bradford. 1764. 28, xv, xvi p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. James Hall, D.D: preached in Broughton Place Church, Edinburgh, December 10, 1826
Edinburgh. Printed for Brown & Wardlaw. 1827. 2 p. l., 42 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. James Patterson: preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Northern Liberties, November 26th, and in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, December 3d, 1837
Philadelphia. printed by H. Probasco. 1838. 44 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. John Cleaveland, pastor of the Second Church in Ipswich: preached to the bereaved people, June 2, 1799
Newburyport. Printed by Angier March. . 28 p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Noadiah Russel, A.M. of Thompson, who departed this life on Tuesday the 27th day of October, 1795, and delivered at his funeral, on the Friday following
Providence. Printed by Carter and Wilkinson. 1796. 27,  p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. Oliver Hart, A.M: who departed this life, Dec. 31, 1795, in the 73d year of his age : preached at Hopewell, New-Jersey, April 24, 1796
Philadelphia. Printed by Lang & Ustick. 1796. 39,  p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. Samuel Worcester, D.D: delivered in the Tabernacle church, Salem, Mass., July 12, 1821
Salem. H. Whipple. 1821. 46 p.
A sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. William Horton, D.D., rector of St. Paul's, Nov. 8, 1863
Chapman, George T
Newburyport, Mass. William H. Huse & Co., Printers. 1863. 16 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. William Nevins, D.D., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Baltimore
Musgrave, G. W
Baltimore. Published by Armstrong& Berry. 1835. 32 p.
A sermon occasioned by the death of William Henry Harrison: the late president of the United States,preached...April 11, 1841...in the Walnut street Presbyterian church, Philadelphia
Boardman, Henry A
Philadelphia. W.S. Martien. 1841. 28 p.
A sermon occasioned by the deeply lamented death of Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte Augusta, daughter of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent: delivered at Union Street Chapel, Brighton, November 16, and the Acre Land Chapel, Clapham, November 23, 1817
London. Printed for the author. . 27 p.
A sermon occasioned by the deeply-lamented death of Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte Augusta, who departed this life early in the morning of the 6th of November, 1817, in the 22nd year of her age: with interesting allusions to Her Royal Highness and the Prince of Saxe-Cobourg, preached at Weston-Green Chapel, near Claremont, Nov. 16, 1817
London. D. Cox. 1817. 39 p.
A sermon occasioned by the laying of the corner stone of a new parish church, Nov. 3, 1847: preached in St. James' Church, New London, Nov. 7, 1847
Hallam, Robert A
Hartford. Press of Case, Tiffany & Burnham. 1847. 20 p.
A sermon, of a new kind, never preached, nor ever will be: containing a collection of doctrines, belonging to the Hopkintonian scheme of orthodoxy, or the marrow of the most modern divinity, and an address to the unregenerate, agreeable to the doctrines
New-Haven. Printed and sold by T. and S. Green. . 28 p.
A sermon of apparell: London, 1620
Norwood, N.J. W.J. Johnson. 1979. 32 p.
A sermon of commemoration of the Lady Danvers, late wife of Sr. John Danvers (1627)
Donne, John ; Doebler, Bettie Anne ; Warnicke, Retha M
Ann Arbor, Mich. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. 2006. 1 v. (various pagings).
A sermon of deliverance: preached at the Spittle on Easter Monday, 1626 : vpon entreatie of the Lord Maior and aldermen : published by authoritie and dedicated to the citie of London
King, Henry ; Haviland, John ; Marriott, John
London. Printed by Iohn Haviland for Iohn Marriot. 1626. , 80 p.
A sermon of immortal life: preached at the Melodeon on Sunday, September 20th, 1846
[Boston. s.n.]. 1846. 32 p.
A sermon of loue: instructing all men to vnite and ioyne themselues in hearty loue, and Christian charitie with one another : preached at Folkestone, a maior towne in Kent
Rogers, Francis ; Snodham, Thomas ; Norton, George
London. Printed by T. S[nodham] for George Norton, dwelling neare Temple-barre. 1613. , 45,  p.
A sermon of merchants: preached at the Melodeon on Sunday, November 22d, 1846
[Boston. s.n.]. 1847. 47 p.
A sermon of publicke thanks-giuing for the happy recouery of his Maiesty from his late dangerous sicknesse: preached at Pauls-Crosse the 11. of Aprill, 1619
King, John ; Adams, Thomas
London. Printed [by Eliot's Court Press] for Thomas Adams. 1619. , 55,  p.
A sermon of repentance
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1975. ca. 100 p.
A sermon of slavery: delivered Jan. 31, 1841, repeated June 4, 1843, and now published by request
Boston. Printed by Thurston and Tory. 1843. 24 p.
A sermon of the dangers which threaten the rights of man in America: preached at the Music hall, on Sunday, July 2, 1854
Parker, Theodore ; Yerrinton, J. M. W ; Leighton, Rufus
Boston. B. B. Mussey & co. 1854. 56 p.
A sermon of the Mexican War: preached at the Melodeon on Sunday, June 25th, 1848
Boston. Coolidge and Wiley. 1848. 56 p.
A sermon of the moral condition of Boston: preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, Feb. 11, 1849
Boston. Crosby and Nichols. 1849. 74p.
A sermon of the moral dangers incident to prosperity: preached at the Music Hall, in Boston, on Sunday, November 5, 1854
Boston. Benjamin H. Greene. 1855. 29 p.
A sermon of the perishing classes in Boston: preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, August 30, 1846
Boston. Printed by I.R. Butts. 1846. 28 p.
A sermon of war, preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, June 7, 1846: By Theodore Parker, minister of the Twenty-eighth Congregational Church in Boston
Boston. Printed by I.R. Butts. 1846. 33p.
A sermon on alms: preached in the Old Church of Edinburgh on the first day of June MDCCLXXXVIII
Edinburgh. Printed for the Society in Scotland for Promoting Religious Knowledge among the Poor. 1788. 68, 8 p.
A sermon on American slavery: its nature, and the duties of Christians in relation to it
Detroit. J. S. and S. A. Bagg, printers. 1840. 32 p.
A sermon on authority and loyalty to that which is rightly over us: in the Church of Our Father (Unitarian) May 6, 1883
Eliot, T. L
Portland, Or. [Committee of the Christian Union. 1883?]. 9 p.
A sermon on brotherly love: preached in Stewartstown church, before no. 668 and some other lodges, on the 24th of June, 1790
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1793. 23 p.
A sermon on dancing: preached by a minister in Canada West, to his congregation on the Sabbath evening immediately preceding a village ball : with an introductory notice
Toronto. Banner Office. 1843. 14 p.
A sermon on divine discipline: from Deutoronomy 32:11, 12
Washington, D.C. J.P. Wright, Printer. 1885. 16 p.
A sermon on ecclesiastical liberty: preached soon after the civil war, between Great-Britain and the American-colonies, in the year 1775. In which the free bought man's liberty is vindicated. To which is added, a few lines in metre, suitable to each head
Concord [Mass.], New England. Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, for the author. M,DCCLXXVI. . [i],ii-iv,5-38p.
A sermon on education: wherein some account is given of the academy, established in the city of Philadelphia : preach'd at the opening thereof, on the seventh day of January, 1750-1
Peters, Richard ; Franklin, Benjamin ; Hall, David ; Franklin, Benjamin
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, at the Post-office. 1751. vii, , 48, 8 p.
A sermon on II Corinth. V. 6, occasioned by the death of John Ogilvie
New-York. Printed by Hugh Gaine. 1774. iv, , 6-30,  p.
A sermon, on intemperance: delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, in Knoxville, Tenn., on the evening of twelfth of October, 1829
Ross, F. A
Rogersville, Tenn. Printed at the "Calvinistic magazine" office. 1830. 16 p.
A sermon on James V. 9. preached at Barnstable
Boston. Printed by R. & S. Draper. 1766. 29,  p.
A sermon on loyalty ; A remonstrance to God ; and, A sermon on free inquiry ; Observations on public worship
Owen, Robert Dale
London. Printed and published by J. Watson. . 24 p.
A sermon on lynch law and raping
Love, E. K
Augusta, Ga. Georgia Baptist Print. 1894. 19 p.
A sermon on military duty: preached at Dover, November 10, 1772 before His Excellency John Wentworth, Esq., LL.D., governor of His Majesty's province of New-Hampshire
Salem. Printed by S. and E. Hall. 1773. 27 p.
A sermon on prayer, preached at Friendship, Stewart County, Ga., on Sunday, August 1, 1858
Rosser, M. F
Baltimore. Printed by Sherwood & Co. 1858. 16 p.
A sermon on regeneration: preach'd to numerous audiences in England
[Boston]. London printed, re-printed at Boston by T. Fleet for Charles Harrison. 1739. 23,  p.
A sermon on religious liberty
New York. Printed at the "Home" Printing Office. 1859. 20 p.
A sermon on Romans IX.18
Boston. Printed by E. Lincoln. 1806. 23 p.
A sermon on secret societies: preached in Portland, Oregon, Oct. 31, 1858
Chamberlain, P. B
Portland, Or. Pacific Christian Advocate Press. 1858. 32 p.
A sermon on secret societies: preached in Portland, Oregon, October 31, 1858
Chamberlain, P. B
Philadelphia. Wm. S. Young. 1860. 46 p.
A sermon on slander, delivered at the church in Brattle-Street, Boston, October 24, 1790
Smith, Samuel Stanhope
Boston. Printed by Samuel Hall. 1791. 24 p.
A sermon on Swift: and other poems
Dublin. Bridge Press. . 49 p.
A sermon on temporal and spiritual salvation: delivered in Christ-Church, Philadelphia, before the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati
Philadelphia. From the press of T. Dobson. 1790. , 25,  p.
A sermon on the abolition of the slave trade: delivered in the African Church, New York, on the first of January, 1810
[Philadelphia. Rhistoric Publications. 1969]. 16 p.
A sermon on the accursed thing that hinders success and victory in war: occasioned by the defeat of the Hon. Edward Braddock, Esq., general of all the English forces in North-America, who was mortally wounded in an engagement with the French and Indians, near Fort Du Quesne, and died of his wounds the third day after the battle, which was fought July 9, 1755 : published at the request of the hearers
Vinal, William ; Franklin, James
Newport. Printed by James Franklin, at the printing-office at the town-school-house. 1755. 25,  p.
A sermon on the African slave trade, preached ... Nov. 30, 1788
London. Printed by L. Wayland. 1788. 24 p.
A sermon on the art of preaching: delivered before the Pastoral Association of Massachusetts, in Boston, May 25, 1825
Griffin, Edward Dorr
Boston. [s.n.]. 1825. 35 p.
A sermon on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln: preached at Surrey Chapel, London, Sunday, May 14, 1865
Boston. Bartlett and Halliday. 1865. 16 p.
A sermon on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln: delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Troy, on Sunday morning, April 23, 1865
Vincent, Marvin Richardson
Troy, N.Y. A.W. Scribner, Book and Job Printer. 1865. 44 p.
A sermon on the atonement: preached at the annual convention of the Congregational and Presbyterian ministers of the state of New Hampshire, Concord, June 2, 1824
Concord. Printed by John W. Shepard. 1824. 23 p.
A sermon, on the atonement of Christ: preached in the English Chapel at Glasgow
Glasgow. Printed by A. Duncan and R. Chapman. 1791. 24 p.
A sermon on the Brooklyn strike: the Pauline doctrine of the sword, preached Sunday morning, February 10, 1895, in the Central Congregational Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., and an article on the revolutionary demands of socialism
Behrends, A. J. F
New York. . 48 p.
A sermon on the care of the soul: delivered to the Society in North-Killingworth, and published at their request
Middletown [Conn.]. Printed by Tertius Dunning. 1798. 40 p.
A sermon on the causes and uses of the present Civil War
Hibbard, John Randolph
[Chicago?. 1862?]. 8 p.
A sermon on the character and mission of the son of man
Roche, Manning B
Philadelphia. Jacob Frick & Co. 1822. 16 p.
A sermon on the Christian necessity of war by William H. Goodrich, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Cleveland, preached April 21, 1861
Goodrich, William H
Cleveland. Fairbanks, Benedict & Co., printers. 1861. 15 p.
A sermon, on the conclusion of the second century from the settlement of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations
Providence [R.I.]. Printed by Knowles, Vose & Co. 1837. 32 p.
A sermon on the covenant of grace: which God made with Abraham
Oxford [N.Y.]. W. E. Chapman, Printer. 1841. 48, 24, 24 p.
A sermon, on the dangers and duties of the seafaring life: preached before the Protestant Dissenting Congregation, at Halifax, and published at the desire of the Marine Society, in that place
Boston. Printed at the Apollo Press by Belknap and Hall. 1793. 43,  p.
A sermon, on the death of General George Washington: delivered Lord's day, January 5, 1800, before the Baptist society in Providence
Providence. Printed by John Carter. jun., 1800. 20 p.
A sermon on the death of General Harrison: delivered in Middlebury, Vermont, on the day of the national fast
Middlebury. Printed by E. Maxham. 1841. 35 p.
A sermon on the death of Gen. George Washington: preached February 22, 1800
Wrentham, Mass. Printed by Nathaniel and Benjamin Heaton. 1800. 26 p.
A sermon on the death of Jeremiah Evarts, Esq., corresponding secretary of A.B.C.F.M: delivered in Andover July 31, 1831, by appointment of the Prudential Committee
Andover. Printed by Flagg & Gould. 1831. 27 p.