Church of Christ at Dartmouth College. : The duty, advantages, and pleasure of public worship, [electronic resource] : illustrated in a sermon, preached at the dedication of the meeting-house, in the vicinity of Dartmouth College, December 13, 1795. : Published at the request of the hearers. / By John Smith, A.M. professor of the learned languages, at said college. ; [One line of Scripture text]
Church of Christ (Auburn, Mass.), : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Isaac Bailey : to the pastoral care of the Church in Ward. November 3, MDCCLXXXIV. By Daniel Grosvenor, A.M. Pastor of the Church in Grafton.
Church of Christ (Bernardston, Mass.) : The united endeavours and earnest prayers of ministers and people, to promote the great design of the ministry. [electronic resource] : Recommended in a sermon preach'd at Deerfield, Nov. 25. 1741. Upon the gathering a church for Fall-Town, and the ordination of Mr. John Norton, a pastor to the church there. / By Jonathan Ashley, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Deerfield. ; To which is added, the charge given by the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Doolittle. ; And a right hand of fellowship, by the Reverend Mr. Joseph Ashley. ; [Three lines from Daniel]
Church of Christ (Milford, Conn.) : A sermon preach'd at the ordination of Mr. Samuel Whittelsey, Jun. at Milford, December 9. A.D. 1737. [electronic resource] / By his father Samuel Whittelsey, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Wallingford, : To which is added the charge given him by his uncle the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Chauncey. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Durham.
Church of Christ (Thomlinson, Vt.) : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. William Hall, [electronic resource] : to the pastoral care of the Church of Christ in Thomlinson, in the state of Vermont, November 6th, 1788. / By Phineas Adams, A.M. Pastor of the Second Church in Haverhill.
Church of Christ (Townsend, Mass.) : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. David Palmer: [electronic resource] : to the pastoral office over the church in Townsend, Massachusetts. January 1, 1800. / By Andrew Lee, A.M. Pastor of a church at Lisbon, Connecticut.