Browsing by Author "Sherwood, Samuel, 1730-1783."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A sermon, containing Scriptural instructions to civil rulers, and all free-born subjects. In which the principles of sound policy and good government are established and vindicated; and some doctrines advanced and zealously propagated by New-England Tories, are considered and refuted. : Delivered on the public fast, August 31, 1774. : With an address to the freemen of the colony. / By Samuel Sherwood, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Fairfield. ; Also, an appendix, stating the heavy grievances the colonies labour under from several late acts of the British Parliament, and shewing what we have just reason to expect the consequences of these measures will be. By the Rev. Ebenezer Baldwin, of Danbury. ; [Five lines of quotations]Date of publication:
1774Description:Half-title: Mr. Sherwood's fast sermon, with Mr. Baldwin's appendix. Pages 45-46 numbered xlv-xlvi. Errata notes for the sermon and appendix, p. .This item contains 3 files (446.69 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)The church's flight into the wilderness: an address on the times. : Containing some very interesting and important observations on Scripture prophecies: shewing, that sundry of them plainly relate to Great-Britain, and the American colonies; and are fulfilling in the present day. : Delivered on a public occasion, January 17, 1776. / By Samuel Sherwood, A.M. ; [Seven lines of quotation]Date of publication:
1776Description:Dedicated to John Hancock.This item contains 3 files (235.37 KB).Publicly Available