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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Stephen Burroughs's sermon, delivered in Rutland, on a hay mow, to his auditory the Pelhamites, at the time when a mob of them, after having pursued him to Rutland, in order to apprehend him because he had abruptly departed and absconded from Pelham, where he had been preaching the Gospel; shut him into a barn, into which he ran for asylum; when he ascended a hay-mow, which was inaccessible, except in one place, with a weapon of defence in his hand, with which he kept off his pursuers at pleasure, as mentioned in the author's Memoirs, p. 90, 91, and delivered to them the following sermon, on the occasion.Date of publication:
1798Description:Caption title: The hay-mow sermon, &c. Burroughs' flight from Pelham occurred in 1784. However, reference made in the sermon to Shays' Rebellion (1786-87) indicates that some, if not all, of the sermon was composed after ...This item contains 3 files (58.88 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)The true excellency of a minister of the Gospel. A sermon preach'd at Pelham, Aug. 30. 1744. Being the day of the ordination of the Revd Mr. Robert Abercrombie to the work of the Gospel ministry in that place. / By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Northampton. ; [Two lines from Deuteronomy]Date of publication:
1744Description:(Evans-TCP ; no. N04354) Transcribed from: (Readex Archive of Americana ; Early American Imprints, series I ; image set 5385) Images scanned from Readex microprint and microform: (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 5385)This item contains 3 files (152.89 KB).Publicly Available