2 edition of Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass. found in the catalog.
Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass.
1864 in [New York .
Written in English
|Statement||by Nahum Capen, on politics from the pulpit.|
|Series||Society for the diffusion of political knowledge, New York. Papers., no. 27|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E458 .S67 no. 27|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||ca 25001357|
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Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass. By Nahum Capen, concerning politics and the pulpit. Boston and Cambridge: Published by Jas Munroe and Co.
Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass. Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass. by Capen, Nahum, Publication date  Topics Hall, Nathaniel, [from old catalog], Slavery and the church.
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1 (Abolition) Hall, Nathaniel,Pastor, First Church, Dorchester, Massachusetts. The INIQUITY: A Sermon preached in the First Church, Dorchester, On Sunday. A memorial of Rev. Nathaniel Hall, late pastor of the first church in Dorchester, Mass. A discourse delivered before the Third Religious Society, Dorchester, at the funeral of its late pastor, Rev.
Richard Pike, Febru [Nathaniel Hall] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Title: A discourse delivered before the Third Religious Society, Dorchester, at. Collection Description. Records of the First Parish Church in Dorchester, a Congregational and later Unitarian church, Letter to Rev.
Nathaniel Hall bound and loose general church records (); financial and property records, including account books (), pew records (), and records relating to church buildings; and scrapbooks of church history () collected by Mary Fifield King, the.
Two anti-slavery sermons preached by Nathaniel Hall – in Dorchester, Massachusetts just days after the December 2, execution of radical abolitionist John Brown.
The pamphlet’s cover title describes its content: Two Sermons on Slavery and Its Hero-Victim. The sermons are printed chronologically out of sequence.
Declaring of John Brown, in the second sermon, Hall preached: Call. Sketch of Hall's Life Title Page: Rev. Nathaniel Hall Read on Sunday afternoon, Januat the meeting of the Nathaniel Hall Society in the vestry of the First Parish Church, Dorchester, by Richard C.
Humphreys. Next Page: For the members of the Nathaniel Hall Society this sketch is printed, in the belief that the inspiration of such a life will touch and quicken other lives. Full text of "History of the Bradley family: with particular reference to the descendants of Nathan Bradley, of Dorchester, Mass." See other formats NYPL RESEARCH LIBRARIES 3 m 1 1 — a^Liiiiiiii^r-^Lk^iziiiii^i - -t^^i^^ags^i ^ > r\h'V (B.^.
Capen, Nahum, Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass., (Boston and Cambridge, J. Munroe & company, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Capen, Nahum, The Massachusetts State record and year book of general information. Author of Letter to Rev.
Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass, Reminiscences of Dr. Spurzheim and George Combe, The Republic of the United States of America, [Letter to] My dear Sir, Correspondence respecting postal improvements, and the removal of the Boston Post Office, The history of democracy.
() Rev. Nathaniel Cooke MA. (b) Nathaniel the son of William Cooke was baptised at Crediton on 18th June He was educated at New Inn Hall Oxford where he was subscribed on 4th May making him about 18 years old.
Early matters relating to the town and First church of Dorchester, Mass. (), by William Blake Trask. A memorial of the Rev. Nathaniel Hall, late pastor of the First Church, in Dorchester, Mass. A sermon, delivered at the gathering of the Second Congregational Church, in Dorchester, 1.
Robert Gould Shaw (Octo – J ) was an American officer in the Union Army during the American Civil into a prominent Boston abolitionist family, he accepted command of the first all-black regiment (the 54th Massachusetts) in the ting the promised equal treatment for his troops, he encouraged the men to refuse their pay until it was equal to that Commands held: 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment.
The Limits of Civil Obedience. A Sermon Preached in the First Church, Dorchester, Janu [Hall, Nathaniel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Limits of Civil Obedience. A Sermon Preached in the First Church, Dorchester, Janu Author: Nathaniel Hall.
Immigrants to Massachusetts Bay Colony from England Edit A Edit. Robert Abell () Daniel Abbott (; Henry Adams () Elizabeth Alderman (). Get the latest Boston news, including local and national breaking headlines.
Read more on A Memorial of Rev. Nathaniel Hall, Late Pastor of the First Church in Dorchester, Mass; Late Pastor of the First Church, in Dorchester, Mass by First Church Published by General Books Llc ISBNISBN: John Hill of Dorchester, Mass.,and five generations of his descendants; also ancestral lines of some families inter-married with his descendants Boston Lew C.
Hill, Reprinted by Tuttle Antiquarian Books ca. David Claypool Johnston Johnson, Malcolm. David Claypool Johnston: American Graphic Humorist, Boston, First Parish Dorchester is a Unitarian Universalist church in Dorchester, nts from Dorchester, Dorset and the southwest of England founded the town of Dorchester Ma and established the church in The first church building was a crude log cabin thatched with grass.
As well as the church, the Puritans founded the first elementary school supported by public. (Boston: Ebenezer Clapp, ), by Nathaniel Hall (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Dorchester (Boston, Mass.) The Dorchester and Milton business directory, (Boston, Printed by David Clapp, ), by.
The exercises were: Introductory prayer, by Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester; selection from the Scriptures, by Rev. Edward B. Hall, of Providence, R. I.; prayer of dedication, by Rev. Convers Francis, D. D., of Watertown; sermon, by Rev. Caleb Stetson; concluding prayer, by Rev.
Frothingham, of Boston. It was the intention of the. Records of the First Church at Dorchester, in New England, - Ebook written by First Church (Dorchester, Boston, Mass.).
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Records of the First Church at Dorchester, in New England, /5(1).
The Puritans named their new home Dorchester Plantation in honor of Rev. White who came from Dorchester in Dorset, UK. Ina log cabin was built to serve as the first meeting house. The building also served as a fort, storehouse, schoolhouse, and town hall.
Carter, James G. Letter to the Rev. Nathaniel Thayer, D.D., Touching his Conduct in Connexion with the Recent Proceedings of the Church in Lancaster under the Pastoral Care Boston: J.E. Hinckley, ,Author: Gloria Korsman. The inspired Scripture an adequate rule of faith and practice illustrated in a sermon, preached Octoat the ordination of Mr.
Thaddeus Mason Harris, to the pastoral care of the church and Christian society in Dorchester. [Boston]: Printed at the Apollo Press, in Boston, by Belknap and Hall, no.
8, Dock Square. MLA Citation. A friendly mission; John Candler's letters [to his wife] from America, Format Book Published Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society, Description p.
24 cm. Uniform series Indiana Historical Society publications v. 16, no. Subject headings Candler, John, Candler, Maria Knight. The indissoluble nature of the American union, considered in connection with the assumed right of secession: a letter to Hon.
Peter Cooper, New York by Capen, Nahum, at - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free The indissoluble nature of the American union, considered in connection with the assumed right of secession: a letter to Hon.
Peter. Rev. Richard Mather ( - Ap ) lived prior to the Salem witch trials, a series of hearings before local magistrates followed by county court of trials to prosecute people accused of witchcraft in Essex, Suffolk, and Middlesex counties of colonial Massachusetts, between February.
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Applied freeman 19 Oct. (M.C.R., I, 80). Freeman 18 May (ibid., I, ). Related to the Cottonfamily and probably emigrated under influence of Rev. John Cotton or Rev. Arthur Hildersham of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, who lived a few miles from the home of Abell.
Derby, the home of the Cotton family, was only five miles distant. The first five ships sailed April 8 from Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, and arrived at Salem June 13 and following days.
The other half of the fleet sailed in May and arrived in July at various dates. Stevens, Peter F., "Dorchester's Hanging Judge", Dorchester Reporter, Septem Images of William Stoughton: Portrait hangs in the State House in Boston, Mass.
Portrait hanging in the Lucius Clapp Memorial in Stoughton, Mass. Painted by Mary Brewster Hazelton () Painted by Phylis Batchelder of Stoughton, Mass.
The name of John Iles first appears in this country on the records of Dorchester, Mass., under date of "The 6th January, Mooneday, " 1. John Eales was made a freeman at the General Court, He was therefore a church member.
The majority of the Dorchester church had removed to Windsor. The records of the present First Church of Dorchester contain the following. George Putnam was born at Sterling, Massachusetts, Aug His father, Andrew Putnam, was a substantial farmer. His mother, Jerusha Clapp, was of the Dorchester family of that name.
In his father died, leaving his mother with six children, of whom he was the youngest, being less than two years : Emily Mace. Subseries D, Military records,undated (#, OB.x.x-OB.x.x), contains an enlistment certificate; a captain's commission; professional correspondence; muster rolls and troop lists; official orders; notes; payroll records; a petition to form a militia company; printed material; ration lists; inspection reports; and other military records.
The military records comprise the.The Dorchester Antiquarian and Historical Society records consist of records of the Society as well as collected historical materials. The collection spans from -with the library holdings from -and the institution records spanning Geographical Facts About Early Dorchester (Windsor), Connecticut.
Windsor, Connecticut's first community, was launched in when settlers sailed from Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts to establish themselves at the confluence of the Farmington and Connecticut rivers.