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American Unitarianism or a Brief History etc.; Review of American Unitarianism, Extracted from the Panoplist; A Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher; A Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing; A Third Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing on the Subject;

Thomas Belsham; William E. Channing; Samuel Worcester; Daniel Dana; Timothy Dwight; Edward D. Griffin; Gardiner Spring; Samuel Spring; Brown Emerson; Joseph Buckminster; Francis Brown;

Published by Various, New England, 1805
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This is a collection of sermons and one review given in various New England churches between 1805 and 1815. Bound together in one volume. Included are: William Ellery Channing's "A Sermon delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. John Emery Abbot, April 20, 1815", Salem, Mass. 1815, 39 pages; also by Channing, "A Letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thacher on the Aspersions Contained In A Late Number of the Panoplist on the ministers of Boston and the vicinity" Boston, 1815, Second Edition, 35 pages; Francis Brown's "A Sermon, Delivered March 8, 1815, at the ordination of Rev. Jonathan Greenleaf, to the pastoral care of the First Church and Society in Wells" Portland, 1815, 32 pages; Joseph Buckminster's "The Substance of Three Discourses, delivered in Park-Street Church, Boston.". Boston, 1811, 38 pages; Brown Emerson's "Dying Recollections of a Faithful Minister, A Sermon Preached in the New South Meeting House, Salem, December 25, 1814, on the sabbath after the Internment of the Rev. Daniel Hopkins, D.D. senior pastor of the third church in Salem", 1815, Salem, 28 pages; Samuel Spring's "Truth Discriminated from Error, A Sermon delivered in Danvers, at the Ordination of the Rev. Samuel Walker, August 14th, 1805, 1805, Salem, 40 pages, with the title page torn but complete; Edward D. Griffin's, "A Sermon preached August 11, 1811, for the benefit of the Portsmouth Female Asylum, also with some omissions, for the Roxbury Charitable Society, Sep. 18, 1811, 1812, Boston, 24 pages; Gardiner Spring's "Something Must Be Done, A New Year's Sermon, preached on the Last day Of The Old Year", Newburyport, 32 pages, with a corner of the title page missing with the date; Edward D. Griffin's "Living To G-d, A Sermon Preached June 16, 1816, at The Brick Presbyterian Church in the City Of New York", 1816, New York, 22 pages; Timothy Dwight's "A Sermon delivered in Boston Sept. 16, 1813, before the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions at their Fourth Annual Meeting, 1813, Boston, 34 pages; Samuel Worcester's "A Letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the subject of his letter to the Review In The Panoplist of American Unitarianism", 1815, Boston, 36 pages; and also Worcester's "A Third Letter to ther Rev. William E. Channing on the subject of Unitarianism, 1815, Boston, 80 pages; Thomas Belsham's "American Unitarianism, or a Brief History of the Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Churches in America", 1815, Boston, 48 pages, Second Edition, with about one inch by 3 inches of the title page missing; "Review of American Unitarianism, extracted from the Panoplist", c. 1815, Boston, 31 pages. These sermons and one review are bound in a period, full, worn and dry calf, with one cover corner missing, and with the spine heavily worn and chipped. The pages are well bound, but are heavily foxed, with additional small brown stains. Some pages' edges are missing, with a few tears. Bookseller Inventory # 14542

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Title: American Unitarianism or a Brief History etc...

Publisher: Various, New England

Publication Date: 1805

Binding: Full-Leather

Book Condition:Fair

Edition: First Printings and Early Printings

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