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An oration, pronounced in the Baptist Meeting-House, in Providence

Jonathan Russell

An oration, pronounced in the Baptist Meeting-House, in Providence

on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1800.

by Jonathan Russell

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Published by Printed by Bennett Wheeler. in Providence .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Jonathan Russell, Esq.
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 38436.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination23, [1] p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14580818M

Peter Benes, Meetinghouses of Early New England Appendixes B–G, with Source Notes _____ Appendix B Chronological checklist of meetinghouses in New England and Long Island, – Entry date indicates year of the raising of the frame or completion of the exterior covering. A. W. Stow, Esq. pronounced an eloquent and patriotic Oration, embracing an enlarged and enlightened view of the outrages which have aroused the public indignation, amd replete with sound civil and political doctrines. We hope to have the pleasure of presenting this Oration . A discourse delivered in the First Baptist meeting house, Lawrence, Mass. July 4, by Richardson, John G., fl. available in print [] Discourse delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Esther Marvin, A by Hall, Gordon, available in print. Service begins at the Meeting House on Sundays at AM from the Sunday after Labor Day through mid-June and at 10AM during the Summer. This is a historic church was built in 9 Congdon Street Baptist Church, 17 Congdon Street, ☏ +1 , fax: +1 , [email protected] begins at 11AM on Sundays.


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