A discourse delivered at the installation of the Rev. Mellish Irving Motte,
Channing, William Ellery. [from old catalog]
Boston, . 1828.. 1 v..

A discourse, delivered at the installation of the Rev. Thomas Williams, at Foxborough, Nov. 6, 1816
Emmons, Nathanael,
Dedham [Mass.]. Printed by H. & W.H. Mann,. 1816.. 24 p..

A discourse delivered at the New Chapel in the City-Road, on the ninth of March 1791,: at the funeral of the late Rev. Mr. John Wesley. : [Four lines from Revelations]
Whitehead, John, ; E. R.
Philadelphia:. Printed by P. Hall, no. 149. Chesnut Street, and sold by John Dickins, no. 182. in Race Street near Sixth Street.,. M.DCC.XCI. [1791].. 69, [1] p. ;.

A discourse delivered at the New Chapel in the City-Road, on the ninth of March 1791, at the funeral of the late Rev. Mr. John Wesley. ; [Four lines from Revelation]
Whitehead, John, ; E. R.
Philadelphia:. Printed by Joseph Crukshank, no. 91, High Street, and sold by John Dickins, no. 182, in Race Street, near Sixth Street.,. M.DCC.XCI. [1791]. 69, [3] 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 Royal Academy, Jan. 2. 1769 by the president
Reynolds, J.
London. 1769.

A discourse delivered at the opening of the Synod of New Jersey, in the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth , N.J., October 16, 1866
Duffield, John T.
Philadelphia. J.S. Claxton,. 1866. 64 p. ;.

A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Abel Flint: to the ministerial office in a Christian church at Hartford, April 20th, 1791. By Enos Hitchcock, D.D. Pastor of the Benevolent Congregational Church of Christ in Providence
Hitchcock, Enos
Hartford. Printed by Elisha Babcock. [M,DCC,XCI. [1791]. 23, [1] p..

A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Reverend James Harvey Hotchkin: to the work of an evangelist, in Freehold, October 13, 1802
Porter, David,
Hudson [N.Y.]. Printed by Ashbel Stoddard,. 1803. 17 p.

A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. James Wilson,: as co-pastor of the Congregational Church on the west side the river in Providence, October 17, 1793,
Sanger, Zedekiah, ; Hitchcock, Gad, ; Reed, John,
Printed at Providence,. by Bennett Wheeler,,. MDCCXCIII. [1793]. 32 p. ;.

A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. John Sabin to the pastoral charge of the church in Fitzwilliam, N. H., on the 6th of March, 1805
Thayer, Nathaniel,
Keene, N.H.. Printed by John Prentiss,. 1805.. 24 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Nehemiah Thomas,: to the pastoral charge of the First Congregational Church in Scituate, November 14, 1792.
Sanger, Zedekiah, ; Hitchcock, Gad, ; Shute, Daniel,
Printed at Providence,. by Bennett Wheeler,,. MDCCXCIII. [1793]. 32 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, in Westminster-Street.,. [1789]. [2], 28 p. ;.

A discourse delivered at the public consecration of the Meridian Sun Lodge in Brookfield, September 12, A.L. 5798.
Harris, Thaddeus Mason,
Brookfield, (Massachusetts:). Printed by E. Merriam & Co.,. December, 1798. 15, [1] p. ;.

A discourse, delivered at the request of the American Revolution Society: before that Society, and the state Society of the Cincinnati, on the death of Gen. Christopher Gadsden, September 10, 1805
Bowen, Nathaniel,
Charleston [S.C.]. Printed by W.P. Young,. [1805]. 21 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,
Baltimore:. Printed by A. Hanna, near the centre-market, Harrison Street.,. M,DCC,XCVIII. [1798]. 31, [1] 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 [Mass.]:. Printed by Samuel Hall, near the Court-House.,. MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]. 19, [1] p. ;.

A discourse delivered at the Universalist meeting house in Boston, August 19, 1813, at the re-installation of the Rev. Paul Dean ...
Turner, Edward, ; Ballou, Hosea, ; Carrique, Richard,
Boston. Printed by Joseph T. Buckingham,. 1813.. 31 p..

A discourse delivered at the Universal Meeting-House, in Portsmouth, N.H.: November 8, 1809, at the installation of the Rev. Hosea Ballou
Turner, Edward,
Portsmouth [N.H.]. Gazette Office,. [1809] . 16 p..

A discourse delivered at the University of North Carolina, at the commencement in July, 1802: concluding with an address to the senior class, who were candidates for the degree of bachelor of arts
Caldwell, Joseph,
Raleigh [N.C.]. Printed by J. Gales,. 1802.. 50 p..

A discourse delivered at the West Church in Boston, August 24. 1766.: Six weeks after the death of the Reverend Dr. Mayhew.
Brown, John, ; Winthrop, John,
Boston:. Printed by R. and S. Draper, in Newbury-Street; Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street, and T. and J. Fleet in Cornhill,,. 1766. 19, [1], 3, [1] 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 Woodbury in New-Jersey, on the Twenty-Second of February 1800 ... before the citizens of Gloucester County, assembled to pay funeral honours to ... Washington ...
Croes, John
[S.l.]. Philadelphia Ormrod. 1800. 32 S..

A discourse delivered at Woodbury, in New-Jersey, on the twenty-second of February eighteen hundred.: Before the citizens of Gloucester County, assembled to pay funeral honours to the memory of General George Washington. Agreeably to a recommendation of Congress, as announced by the president, in his proclamation of the 6th of January last:
Croes, John,
Philadelphia.. Printed by John Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut-Street.,. 1800.. 32 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered before a religious society, upon the admission of a member.
Bogart, David Schuyler,
New-York:. Printed by J. and A. M'Lean, at Franklin's Head, no. 41, Hanover-Square.,. [1788]. 14, [2] p. ;.

A discourse delivered before a special convention of the clergy, and lay delegates, of the Episcopal Church in the state of Connecticut, in Trinity Church, New-Haven,: on the fifth day of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six: occasioned by the death of the Right Reverend Samuel Seabury, D.D. Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode-Island.
Jarvis, Abraham,
New-Haven--. Printed by T. & S. Green.,. [1796]. 26 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered before His Honour Paul Brigham, Esquire, lieutenant governor, the Honourable Council, and House of Representatives, of the state of Vermont, at Windsor, October XII, MDCCXCVII.: Being the day of general election.
Whiting, Samuel, ; Brigham, Paul,
Printed at Rutland [Vt.],. by Josiah Fay, for the Hon. Legislature.,. MDCCXCVII. [1797]. 23, [1] p. ;.

A discourse delivered before the African Society,: at their meeting-house, in Boston, Mass. on the abolition of the slave trade by the government of the United States of America, July 14, 1819.
Dean, Paul,
Boston, . Printed for Nathaniel Coverly.. 1819.. 16 p..

A discourse delivered before the African Society in Boston: 15th of July, 1822, on the anniversary celebration of the abolition of the slave trade,
Harris, Thaddeus Mason,
Boston, . Printed by Phelps and Farnham,. 1822. 27 p..

A discourse delivered before the Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons,: convened at Norwich, for the celebration of the festival of St. John the Baptist, and the installation of the officers of Somerset Lodge, on the 24th of June, in the year of light, 5795.
Winchester, Elhanan,
Norwich [Conn.]:. Printed by John Sterry and Co.,. M,DCC,XCV. [1795. 13, [1] p. ;.

A discourse delivered before the Boston female asylum Sept. 22, 1802.
Ickley, Joseph. [from old catalog]
[n. p.] . (1802?). 1 v cm..

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 ; . James Munroe. 1853.. 100 p. ;.

A discourse delivered before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America,: on the opening of their session in 1820.
Rice, John H.
Philadelphia:. Thomas and William Bradford ...,. 1820.. 24 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. : [One line from Hebrews]
Smith, William, ; Champlin, Christopher, ; Bowen, Jabez,
Printed at Providence,. by Bennett Wheeler.,. [1791]. 19, [1] p. ;.

A discourse delivered before the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: at the dedication of the Adoniram Royal Arch Chapter and the installation of its officers, Attleborough, June 24, A.L. 5817
Dean, Paul,
Boston. Printed for Nathaniel Coverly,. 1817. 20 p.

EUMC news letter: at the a
Dean, Paul,
Vienna ; EUMC. 2001.

Handreichungen zur beruflichen Orientierung am Gymnasium
Dean, Paul,
Donauwörth. Auer. 1984.

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 semiannual meeting twelfth of June, 1798.
Walter, William,
Boston:. Printed by John & Thomas Fleet, at the Bible and Heart, Cornhill,,. MDCCXCVIII. [1798]. 48 p. ;.

A discourse delivered before the members of the Boston female asylum: September 20, 1805 : being their fifth anniversary
Emerson, William,
Boston. Russell and Cutter,. 1805.. 30 p. ;.

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

A discourse, delivered before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, Sept. 24, 1802: being their second anniversary
Eckley, Joseph,
Boston. Printed at the Ornamental Printing-Office,. [1802]. 22 [i.e. 23] p. ;.

A discourse, delivered before the members, of the Boston female asylum, September 20, 1805.
Emerson, William,
Boston, . Printed by Russell and Cutter,. 1805.. 30 p..

A discourse, delivered before the members of the Boston Female Asylum, September 20, 1805, being their fifth anniversary
Emerson, William,
Boston. Printed by Russell and Cutter,. 1805.. 30 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 Boston Female Asylum, September 24, 1802: being their second anniversary
Eckley, Joseph,
Boston. Printed at the Ornamental Printing Office, under the Columbian Museum,. [1802?]. 22 p..

A discourse, delivered before the members of the Portsmouth Female Asylum: on the Lord's day, August 9, 1807
Abbot, Abiel,
Portsmouth [N.H.]. Printed by Stephen Sewell,. 1807.. 31 p..

A discourse, delivered before the members of the Portsmouth Female Asylum: at a third service, on the Sabbath, 16 September, 1804 : prepared and published at the request of the managers of this benevolent institution
Alden, Timothy,
Portsmouth, N.H.. From the press of J. Melcher,. 1804.. 22 p..

A discourse, delivered before the members of the Portsmouth Female Asylum: at a third service, on the Sabbath, August 10, 1806 : prepared and published at the request of the members of that institution
Appleton, Jesse,
Portsmouth [N.H.]. Printed by S. Whidden,. 1806.. 28 p..

A discourse delivered before the members of the Portsmouth Female Asylum, at a third service, on the Sabbath, August 10, 1806.
Appleton, Jesse,
Portsmouth, . Printed by S. Whidden,. 1806.. 28 p..

A discourse delivered before the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Massachusetts and the members of Bristol Lodge in Attleborough, June 24, anno lucis 5815 ...
Bates, Barnabas,
Boston. Printed by Lincoln & Edmands,. 1815.. 16 p..

A discourse delivered before the New Jerusalem Church: in Boston, on Christmas Day, December 25, 1818.
Worcester, Thomas,
Boston. Cummings and Hilliard,. 1819.. 23 p. ;.

A discourse delivered before the University of Cambridge, at St. Mary's on Commencement Sunday, July 4. 1756. By John Ross,
Ross, John,
Cambridge. printed by J. Bentham, for W. Thurlbourn in Cambridge; and sold by J. Beecroft, London,. 1756. [4],16p. ;.

A discourse delivered by Benjamin Thurston, A.M. at North-Hampton,: occasioned by the death of his consort, who departed this life on Friday, the 22d day of May, A.D. 1789, in the 34th year of her age. : Delivered on the Lord's Day, the 30th of May. And printed by the particular request of some of the hearers
Thurston, Benjamin,
Portsmouth [N.H.]:. Printed and sold by John Melcher, at his office in Congress-Street,,. 1789. 24 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered by Timothy Upham, A.M. Pastor of the church in Deerfield, to the people of his charge, anno Domini, M.DCC.XCIII.: On the blessing of Abraham, and the right of believing Gentiles to the promise of the spirit. : Published at the request of many of the hearers
Upham, Timothy,
Concord [N.H.]:. Printed by George Hough.,. M.DCC.XCIV. [1794]. 19, [1] p. ;.

A discourse, delivered December 29, 1799,: the Lord's-Day immediately following the melancholy tidings of the loss sustained by the nation in the death of its most eminent citizen, George Washington, who departed this life on the 14th instant, aetat 68.
Osgood, David, ; Washington, George,
[Boston]. Printed by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill, Boston.,. 1800. 40 p. ;.

A discourse delivered December 31, 1816, at the opening of the new meeting-house of the Baptist Church and Society in Bath
Stearns, Silas,
Portland [Me.]. Printed by A.& J. Shirley,. 1817.. 11 p..

A discourse delivered in Bristol, December 22, 1820: on the anniversary of the landing of our ancestors at Plymouth
Mann, Joel,
Warren [R.I.]. Printed by S. Randall,. 1821.. 19 cm. ;.

A discourse delivered in Central Church, Boston, 13 August, 1851, at the funeral of the Rev. William M. Rogers, senior pastor
Richards, George,
Boston. Dutton & Wenworth, Printer,. 1851. 37 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered in Chester on Tuesday the 15th of March, 1796,: before an assembly of Antient, Free, and Accepted Masons, convened for the purpose of installing a lodge in that town.
Smith, Preserved,
Printed at West-Springfield [Mass.],. by Edward Gray.,. M,DCC,XCVI. [1796]. 22, [2] p. ;.

A discourse delivered in Christ-Church and St. Peter's, Philadelphia; on Sunday, December 17, 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, ; Harrison, Mary,
Philadelphia:. Printed at the request of the church wardens, by Ormrod & Conrad, no. 41, Chesnut Street.,. 1798.. 28, [4] p. ;.

A discourse delivered in Christ Church, Washington, D.C., in April last at the request of the Board of Managers of the Washington City Temperance Society in aid of its cause
Allen, Ethan,
Washington. Printed by Gales & Seaton,. 1830.. 27 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered in Maverhill, March 22, 1805, at the funeral of Jabez Kimball, A.M., attorney at law, who died March 19, aet. 33: to which is added, a short memoir of his life
Popkin, John Snelling,
Newburyport [Mass.]. Angier March,. 1805 . 24 p..

A discourse, delivered in Milford, (Mass.) on Lord's Day, October 30, 1814: occasioned by the return of a company of artillery, under Captain Rufus Thayer, from camp, at South-Boston
Long, David,
Boston. Printed for S.T. Armstrong,. 1814.. 12 p. ;.

A discourse delivered in New-London, at the request of Union Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons;: on the anniversary of St. John the Baptist, June 30, 1796.
Channing, Henry,
New-London [Conn.]:. From the press of Brother S. Green.,. 1796. 27, [1] p. ;.

A discourse, delivered in Roxbury, October 12, 5796;: before the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; (the Most Worshipful Paul Revere, Esq; master.) At the request of the members of Washington Lodge, on occasion of the consecration of the lodge and the installation of officers.
Bentley, William, ; Dix, William,
Boston:. William Spotswood.,. 1797. 21, [1], 10 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 [Conn.]:. Printed by Brother Samuel Green,,. M,DCC,XCV. [1795]. 23, [1] 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. Paul's Church, Baltimore, on Sunday, June 19th, 1791,
Bend, Joseph Grove John,
Baltimore:. Printed by David Graham, near the court-house.,. MDCCXCI. [1791]. 20 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, the corner of Second and Chestnut-Streets.,. M,DCC,XC. [1790]. 24 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 chapel of His Excellency Lt. Gen. Sr. Joseph Yorke, K.B. His Majesty's ambassador. ... at The Hague: on Thursday the 5th of May 1763. ... By Robert Richardson, ...
Richardson, Robert,
Hague. printed for P. de Hondt,. 1763.. 24p. ;.

A discourse, delivered in the chapel of Rhode-Island College,: to the senior class, on the Sunday preceding their commencement, 1799.
Messer, Asa,
Providence:. Printed by John Carter, Jun. at the new printing-office, Market-Street.,. 1799. 16 p. ;.

A discourse delivered in the Church of Bristol Parish, Petersburg, Virginia, November, 1836
Bartlett, Hobart M
Petersburg, . Printed at the Office of the Farmers' register,. 1837. [5]-21 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. ;.

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 [Mass.]. Printed by Pool & Palfray,. 1807.. 27 p..

A discourse, delivered in the First Baptist Meeting-House in Boston, on Wednesday, August 19, 1807
Clay, Joseph,
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring,. [1807]. 40 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 of Christ at Portsmouth, on Thursday December 11, 1783;: being the day recommended by the Honorable Congress for a general thanksgiving throughout the United States of America, after the ratification of a treaty of peace, in the ultimate acknowledgment of their sovereignty and independence.
Buckminster, Joseph,
New-Hampshire: Portsmouth,. Printed by Robert Gerrish.,. M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]. 33, [1] 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. To be had also of the principal booksellers.,. 1798. [2], 14, 17-31, [1] p. ;.

A discourse delivered in the Leacock Presbyterian Church, Lancaster County, Pa., on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 1854.: In which is sketched a history of that church and congregation from 1741 to the present time.
Timlow, P. J.
Philadelphia. Joseph M. Wilson,. 1855.. 40 p. ;.

A discourse delivered in the lecture room of the Lyceum of Natural History: suggested by the death of William Henry Harrison, late president of the U.S.
Barrett, B. F.
New York. S. Colman,. 1841.. 18 p. ;.

A discourse delivered in the meeting house in Pownalborough, March 1, 1798.: Occasioned by the death of David Silvester, Esq. right worshipful master of the Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Lincoln Lodge; and who was on that day interred with masonic honors.
Whiting, Thurston,
Wiscasset [Me.]:. Printed by Henry Hoskins & John W. Scott,,. 1798.. 27, [1] p. ;.

A discourse, delivered in the meeting house of the First Society in Norwich.: Before an assembly of Free and Accepted Masons, convened for the celebration of the festival of St. John the Baptist, on Wednesday the 27th of June, in the yeay [sic] of light, 5798.
Tyler, John,
Printed at Norwich [Conn.],. by Brother J. Trumbull,,. M,DCC,XCVIII. [1798]. 27, [1] p. ;.

A discourse delivered in the meetinghouse on Church Green, Boston, on Monday, March 20, 1854, at the funeral of the late Rev. Alexander Young.
Gannett, Ezra S.
Boston, . Crosby, Nichols,. 1854.. 24 p..

¬A¬ discourse, delivered in the New Dutch Church, Nassau Street: on Tuesday, the 21st of October, 1794, before the New York Society, for the Information and Assistance of Persons Emigrating from Foreign Countries. By Thomas Dunn, an emigrant
Dunn, Thomas
S.l.. New York, printed. London, re-printed, and sold by Citizen D.I. Eaton, printer and bookseller to the supreme majesty of the people. [1794]. Online-Ressource.

A discourse delivered in the New Meeting-House 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.,. M,DCC,XCVI. [1796]. 27, [1] 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,
Stockbridge [Mass.]. Re-printed by Heman Willard,. 1804. 31 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 [N.Y.]. Van Benthuysen's Steam Printing House,. 1865.. 33 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered in the South Meeting-House, in Danvers, September 26, A.L. 5810, at the consecration of Jordan Lodge, and the installation of the officers: in presence of the most worshipful the Grand Lodge
Batchelder, William,
Salem [Mass.]. Printed by T.C. Cushing,. 1810.. 14 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered Jan. 1, 1811, at the opening of the new meeting-house belonging to the Second Baptist Church and Society in Boston
Baldwin, Thomas,
Boston. Lincoln & Edmands,. [1811]. 35 p. ;.

A discourse delivered July 17, 1794. in the African Church of the city of Philadelphia,: on the occasion of opening the said church, and holding public worship in it the first time,
Magaw, Samuel,
Philadelphia:. Printed by William W. Woodward, in Chesnut-Street, no. 41, Franklin's Head.,. [1794].. 24 p . ;.

A discourse delivered July 19, 1808 at the funeral of Miss Ester Wilder ...
Emmons, Nathanael,
Providence [R.I.]. Printed by David Heaton,. 1808.. 23 p..

A discourse delivered, June 10, 1827, in the Fifth Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, commemorative of its dedication
Skinner, Thomas H.
Philadelphia. I. Ashmead, Printer,. 1827.. 28 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 troups and the division of American light-infantry, under the command of the Marquis de la Fayette.
Evans, Israel, ; Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier,
Philadelphia:. Printed by Francis Bailey, in Market-Street.,. M.DCC.LXXXII. [1782]. 45, [3] 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 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, Westminster-Street.,. [1790]. 32 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered Oct. 1, 1811: in the New South Meeting-house, Salem, before the Salem Female Charitable Society
Emerson, Brown,
Salem [Mass.]. Printed by Warwick Palfray, Jun.,. 1811.. 17 p. ;.

A discourse delivered October 22, 1806 at the installation of Rev. Amasa Smith ... [and] at the ordination of Rev. Mr. Pettengill ...
Smith, John,
Portland [Me.]. From the Gazette Press,. [1806]. 34 p..

A discourse delivered October 22, 1806 at the installation of Rev. Amasa Smith to the gospel office in North-Yarmouth (Maine) and in December following at reading, (with some alterations) at the ordination of Rev. Mr. Pettengill, to the work of an evangelist
Smith, John,
Portland [Me.]. From the Gazette Press,. [1806]. 34 p. ;.

A discourse, delivered on occasion of the death of George Washington,: late president, general, and commander in chief of the forces of the United States of America, in compliance with the request of the mayor, aldermen, and common-council of the Borough of Elizabeth, December 25, 1799. : Also, sketches of a running discourse, delivered to the Union Brigade, on the same occasion, at their cantonment on Green Brook, in compliance with a request from Colonel Smith, the commanding officer, December 26, 1799. : With an address to the throne of grace, offered at the door of the tabernacle of the cantonment on Green Brook, February 22, the birth-day of our national luminary. / By David Austin, Jun
Austin, David, ; Scoles, John,
New-York:. Printed by G.F. Hopkins, at Washington's Head, no. 84 Maiden-Lane.,. 1800. iv, [1], 6-35, [1], p., 1 leaf of plates.

A discourse delivered on Sabbath evening, March 17, 1833, in St. Peter's Church: in aid of the Albany Apprentices' Library, at the request of the Trustees.
Sprague, William Buell,
Albany. Printed by Hosford and Wait.,. 1833.. 25 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, Conn.]. From the press of Brother Lazarus Beach, Newfield, Connecticut.,. M,DCC,XCVIII. [1798]. [2], 21, [1] p. ;.

A discourse, delivered on the 18th of October, 1797, (being the festival of St. Luke.): In Trinity Church, in New-Haven, before the ecclesiastical convention, of the state of Connecticut; assembled there to witness the consecrating of the Right Rev. Abraham Jarvis, D.D. to the Episcopal Chair of said state; and to recognize him as their ecclesiastical superior.
Smith, William,
Newfield [Conn.]:. Printed by Lazarus Beach, for the convention.,. [1798]. 20 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, no. 41. Chesnut-Street, by Ormrod & Conrad.,. [1797].. 41, [i.e., 37], [3] p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse, delivered on the death of Captain Paul Cuffe, before the New York African Institution, in the African Methodist Episcopal Church: Oct. 21, 1817
Williams, Peter
Nachdr.d.Ausg.New York, 1817. Nendeln. Kraus. 1970. 16 S..

¬A¬ discourse delivered on the death of Capt. Paul Cuffee, before the New York African Institution, ...
Williams, Peter
[Nachdr. d. Ausg.] New York 1817. Nendeln. Kraus. 1970.

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 inhabitants of Bristol, R. I. ... 4th July, 1815
Bates, Barnabas,
Warren, R.I.. Printed by Samuel Randass,. 1815.. 19 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, no. 53, Cornhill, Boston.,. 1798. 31, [1] p. ;.

A discourse, delivered to the young people of Halifax, October 17th, 1799, and made public at their request.
Edson, Jesse,
Printed at Greenfield, Massachusetts,. by Thomas Dickman.,. [1799?].. 23, [1] 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.,. M,DCC,XCVI. [1796]. 39, [1] p. ;.

A discourse, dilivered [sic] July 11, 1811, at the opening of the new meeting-house belonging to the First Baptist Church and Society in Portland
Blood, Caleb,
Portland [Me.]. J. M'Kown, printer,. 1811.. 32 p..

A discourse explaining the nature of edification: both of particular persons in private graces, and of the church in unity and peace, and shewing that we must not break unity and publick peace, for supposed means of better edifying in prite virtues : in a visitation sermon at Coventry, May 7, 1684
Kettlewell, John,
London. Printed for Robert Kettlewell ...,. 1684.. [4], 34, [1] p..

¬A¬ Discourse for a King and parliament: in four sections
London. 1660.

¬A¬ discourse for taking off the tests and penal laws about religion
London. Taylor. 1687. 48 S..

¬A¬ discourse for the Holy Grail in old French romance
Ramm, Ben
Cambridge ¬[u.a.]¬. Brewer. 2007. X, 182 S.. Gallica ; 2.
ISBN 978-1-84384-109-8

¬A¬ discourse for the vindicating of Christianity from the charge of imposture: Offer'd, by way of letter, to the consideration of the deists of the present age. By Humphrey Prideaux
Prideaux, Humphrey
The fifth edition corrected. London. printed for William Rogers. 1712. 182,[2]p.

A discourse, from the first epistle of Thessalonians, second chapter and thirteenth verse: in which is shewn, the cause and cure of all religious melancholly, horrors of conscience and despondings, which the first Christians were so great strangers to: an attempt to overturn the pernicious doctrine of justification by works, by one Scriptural argument: the polite doctrine which teacheth, that it was not necessary Christ should die for our sins, is weighed in the ballance [sic]. Notice is also taken, of the strange doctrines which have been preached among us, and done so much mischief.
Croswell, Andrew,
Boston:. Printed by E. Russell, for the author. 1784. Sold by said Russell, near Liberty-Pole, and by Philip Freeman, in Union-Street, near the Mill-Bridge.,. [1784]. 46, [2] p. ;.

A discourse grammar of Mandarin Chinese
Chu, Chauncey Cheng-hsi
New York ; Washington, DC/Baltimore ; Bern ; Frankfurt am Main ; Berlin ; Vienna ; Paris. Lang. 1998. XVIII, 484 S.. Berkeley models of grammars ; 6.
ISBN 0-8204-3890-1

A discourse in commemoration of the lives and services of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson: delivered in Faneuil Hall, Boston, August 2, 1826
Webster, Daniel,
Boston. Cummings, Hilliard,. 1826.. 62 p. ;.

A discourse in memory of Frederick William Macondray,: preached in the first Unitarian Church, San Francisco, Sunday morning, August 31, 1862.
King, Thomas Starr,
San Francisco, . Printed by Towne and Bacon,. 1862.. 32 p..

A discourse in memory of John Abbot Emery, member of the senior class in Harvard University: delivered in the chapel, Nov. 6, 1842
Peabody, William Bourn Oliver,
Cambridge [Mass.]. Published by John Owen,. 1842 . 20 p. ;.

A discourse in order to confute an heresy,: delivered and much contended for in the West Parish in Haverhill, and countenanced by many of the ministers of the adjacent parishes, viz. That the blood and water which came from Christ when the soldier pierced his side, his laying in the grave, and his Resurrection, was no part of the work of Redemption, and that his laying in the grave was no part of his humiliation. ...
Haynes, Joseph,
Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire;. Printed and sold by Daniel Fowle.,. 1757. x, [1], 11-15, 17-88 p. ;.

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 ...
Belknap, Jeremy, ; Toscanelli, Paolo del Pozzo,
Boston. Printed at the Apollo Press by Belknap and Hall,. 1792.. 132 p. ;.

¬A¬ discourse, intended to have been delivered before the New-York Law Institute, on the anniversary celebration, May 14, 1834
Wheaton, Henry
New York. Carvill. 1834. 49 S..