First Parish (Lexington, Mass.) : The Lord's ministers are the people's helpers. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Ebenezer Hancock, at Lexington, January 2d. 1733,4. / By his Reverend father John Hancock, A.M. Pastor of the church there. ; [Two lines from I. Peter]
First Parish (Manchester, Mass.) : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Ariel Parish, A.M. Pastor of the church in Manchester, April 4, 1792. [electronic resource] / By Elijah Parish, A.M. ; [Six lines of verse]
First Parish (Stonington, Conn.) : A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Hezekiah N. Woodruff, [electronic resource] : to the pastoral office over the First Church of Christ in Stonington, July 2, 1789. / By Nathan Perkins, A.M. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Hartford.
First Presbyterian Church (Detroit, Mich.) : A Thanksgiving discourse [electronic resource] : the rule of Divine Providence applicable to the present circumstances of our country : delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Detroit, Thursday, November 28, 1860 / by Geo. Duffield.
First Presbyterian Church (Durham, N.Y.) : A sermon, delivered at the installation of Rev. Jesse Townsend, A.M. to the pastoral care of Christ's church, in Durham, state of New-York, June 20, 1798. [electronic resource] / By Sylvester Sage, A.M. Pastor of Christ's Church, in Westminster, state of Vermont.
First Presbyterian Church (Jamaica, N.Y.), : A sermon preach'd at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Walter Wilmot at Jamaica on Long-Island. April 12. 1738. : By E. Pemberton. To which is added, a brief discourse upon the Divine appointment of the Gospel ministry, and the methods of it's conveyance thro' the successive ages of the church; deliver'd upon the same occasion: with the charge given at the ordination. By the Rev. Mr. Jonathan Dickinson. Published at the request of the hearers.
First Presbyterian Church (Lansingburgh, N.Y.) : With joyful hearts, &c. [electronic resource] : A dedicatory poem. / (Written by Mr. Lovett, and set to music by Oliver Holden, of Charlestown, Massachusetts) for performance at the dedication of the new brick meeting house in the city of Lansingburg and suitable for other public occasions. ; (Price 12 cents.) ; (Published according to act of Congress.)
First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown (New Jersey) : Petition of the Trustees of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, New Jersey, praying indemnification for property destroyed by the enemy during the Revolutionary War. June 10, 1840. Referred to the Committee on Revolutionary Claims, and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]