1 edition of oration, delivered at the meeting-house, in the First Parish in Amherst, (New-Hampshire) on the anniversary, of the American independence, July 4, 1796 found in the catalog.
oration, delivered at the meeting-house, in the First Parish in Amherst, (New-Hampshire) on the anniversary, of the American independence, July 4, 1796
by From the Chronicle Press, at Boston, Massachusetts, by Adams & Larkin ... in [Boston]
Written in English
Signatures: [A]⁴ B².
|Statement||by Joshua Heywood ...|
|Contributions||American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E286 .A5 1796|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||02006621|
An oration delivered on the anniversary of the Union book society, Washington City: 3 p. at end. Reel: 2, No. 85 An Answer with advice to the author of the base quarto-pamphle (entitled The description and character of an assembly at the West.). AN ORATION IN COMMEMORATION OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  Enos Hitchcock THE NECESSITY OF THE BELIEF OF CHRISTIANITY  Jonathan Edwards, Jr. THE WONDERFUL WORKS OF GOD ARE TO BE REMEMBERED  David Osgood THE REVOLUTIN IN FRANCE  Noah Webster .
An Address delivered in the First Parish, Oct. -o 2, , on the Two Hundredth Anniversary of its Formation. By Christopher T. Thayer. 8vo pamphlet, 79 p., fine copy Boston, BIBB, HENRY. NARRATIVE OF the Life and Adventures of, an,/, American Slave, written by himself. Restored Meeting House of First Parish Church, Hingham, 19 Oct. Carton SH K T Folder 50 General Court of Massachusetts, Tercentenary, 20 Oct.
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Then called the Meeting House, across Massachusetts Avenue from Johnson Gate. This iteration of the Unitarian Meeting House was the fifth, built in Carpenter Gothic. The wooden structure featured a façade turreted and punctuated by lancets.
The first public Fourth of July reception at the White House occurs; in Marblehead, Mass., an oration is given by Joseph Story at the New Meeting House; in Boston, the frigates U.S.S. Constitution and U.S.S. Boston and the French corvette Berceau fire artillery salutes."An Oration delivered March 5th,at the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, to commemorate the Bloody Tragedy on the 5th of March, by the Honorable John Hancock, Esq." The time and the circumstances attending the delivery of that oration .A radius of two miles from the Congregational meeting-house.
as a centre would draw a circle roughly coincident with the. ancient outlines of Byfield, --that is, after the second parish of. Rowley was set off; before that the parish stretched to the west, of the meeting-house some four miles.
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