Browsing by Author "De Lancey, James, 1703-1760, dedicatee."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)God will trouble the troublers of his people. A sermon preached at Poughkeepsie, in Dutchess-County, in the province of New-York. July 14th, 1758. Being the day of the execution of Hugh Gillaspie, for felony. / By the Rev. Chauncy Graham, M.A. Minister of the Gospel in Rumbout. ; Published at the request of the hearers. ; [Five lines of Scripture text]Date of publication:
1759Description:Dedicated to Lieutenant Governor James De Lancey.This item contains 3 files (154.28 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Some thoughts on education: with reasons for erecting a college in this province, and fixing the same at the city of New-York: : to which is added, a scheme for employing masters or teachers in the mean time: and also for raising and endowing an edifice in an easy manner. The whole concluding, with a poem: being a serious address to the House of Representatives. : [Ten lines of quotation in Latin]Date of publication:
1752Author(s):Description:Dedication to James De Lancey signed: Philomathes. Attributed to Smith by Sabin.This item contains 3 files (237.55 KB).Publicly Available