Browsing by Author "Hopkins, Samuel, 1693-1755."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)An address to the people of New-England. Representing the very great importance of attaching the Indians to their interest; not only by treating them justly and kindly; but by using proper endeavors to settle Christianity among them. / By Samuel Hopkins, A.M. Pastor of a church in Springfield. ; [Three lines of Scripture text] ; Printed in Boston, 1753. Being a conclusion to the Historical memoirs relating to the Housatunnuk Indians; with an account of the methods used for the propagation of the Gospel amongst the said Indians, by the late Reverend Mr. John Sergeant. ; Now recommended to the serious consideration of the inhabitants of Pennsylvania, and the other colonies.Date of publication:
1757Author(s):Description:(Evans-TCP ; no. N06242) Transcribed from: (Readex Archive of Americana ; Early American Imprints, series I ; image set 7917) Images scanned from Readex microprint and microform: (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 7917)This item contains 3 files (153.04 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)The great concern of a watchman for souls, appearing in the duty he has to do, and the account he has to give, represented & improved, in a sermon preach'd at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Jonathan Judd, to the pastoral office over the Church of Christ, in the new precinct at Northampton, June 8. 1743. / By Jonathan Edwards, M.A. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Northampton. ; [Four lines from Ezra]Date of publication:
1743Author(s):Description:Half-title: Mr. Edwards's sermon at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Jonathan Judd. "The charge given by the Rev. Mr. Hopkins of Springfield."--p. 41-50.This item contains 3 files (207.05 KB).Publicly Available