Sermons, American -- Connecticut -- New Haven -- 18th century. : A sermon at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian; who had been guilty of murder : preached at New Haven in America / by Samson Occom, a native Indian and missionary to the Indians, who was in England in 1766 and 1767 collecting for the Indian charity schools : to which is added a short account of the late spread of the gospel among the Indians : also observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians, communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences, by Jonathan Edwards.
Sermons, American -- Massachusetts -- New Braintree. : A settled ministry, an institution of the Christian church. : A sermon preached at New-Braintree, October 26, A.D. 1796. At the installation of the Rev. John Fiske, to the pastoral care of the church and congregation in that town. By Joseph Lyman, A.M. Pastor of the church in Hatfield.
Sermons, American -- New England. : Practical truths tending to promote the power of Godliness : wherein several important duties are urged and the evil of divers common sins is evinced : delivered in sundry sermons / by Increase Mather ...
Sermons, American -- New York (State) -- Albany -- 19th century. : A sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian congregation in Albany, March 4, 1838, the Sabbath after intelligence was received that the Hon. Jonathan Cilley, member of Congress from Maine, had been shot in a duel with the Hon. William J. Graves, member from Kentucky / by William B. Sprague, D.D., minister of said congregation ; published by request of many who heard it.
Anabaptists -- Sermons. : Ausslegung des andern unterschyds Danielis des propheten : (Die Fürstenpredigt) ; Aussgetrückte emplössung des falschen Glaubens ; Hoch verursachte Schutzrede : neuhochdt. Übers. / Thomas Müntzer ; mit e. Nachw. hrsg. von Max Steinmetz.
Anarchism -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Two sermons. : The first, shewing the mischiefs of anarchy· The second, the mischiefs of sedition. And both of them, the mischiefs and treasons of conventicles· Preached at the assizes held for the county of Suffolk, ann. 1682/3. And published at the request of Tho. Waldegrave, Esq; High Sheriff of the said county. / By Nath. Bisbie, D.D.
Angels -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : An homely or sermon of good and euill angels: preached by the Reuerend D, Vrbanus Rhegius, pastor and superintendent of Christes Church, at Zella in Saxony. Anno. 1537. Translated into English by Ri: Robinson, and then first printed 1583. Secondly printed 1590.
Anger -- Sermons. : The unreasonableness of anger : a sermon preach'd before the Queen at White-hall, July 29, 1694 / by Lancelot Blackburne ...
Anger -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Sermons. : The government of passion. : A sermon preach'd before the queen at St James's chapel, on Sunday the 7th of January, 1710/11. By Samuel Clark, D. D. Rector of St James's Westminster, and Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty. Published by Her Majesties Special Command.
Animal welfare -- Sermons. : Printed by particular desire : A sermon on cruelty to dumb animals: preached at the Free Church, now called Christ's Church, in Bath, on the Sunday before Lent, 1799. By the Rev. Charles Daubeny, Minister of Christ's Church, Bath, Author of ̀̀ The Guide to the Church.'' .
Animals -- Sermons. : An apology for the brute creation : or Abuse of Animals censured; In a sermon on Proverbs xii. 10. Preached in the Parish Church of Shiplake, in Oxfordshire, October 18, 1772, By James Granger, Vicar.
[Anne,] -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : The day of the Lord upon the ships of Tarshish. : A sermon preach'd Decem. 3. 1702. in the city of York; being the Day of Thanksgiving appointed by the Queen for the Signal Successes vouchsaf'd to Her Majesties Forces by Sea and Land, under the Command of the Duke of Marlborough, in the Low-Countries; and the Duke of Ormond, General, and Sir George Rook, Admiral, at Vigo. AS Also To those of Her Allies in the present War against France and Spain. By T. C.
Anniversaries -- Sermons. : A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons : at St.Margaret's, Westminster, on Tuesday, June 11. 1751. Being the Anniversary of his Majesty's happy Accession to the Throne. By Samuel Squire, D. D. Archdeacon of Bath, and Rector of St. Anne's, Westminster.