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A sermon preached at the anniversary election, Hartford, May 8, 1817

Abel McEwen

A sermon preached at the anniversary election, Hartford, May 8, 1817

by Abel McEwen

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Published by George Goodwin & Sons, printers in Hartford [Conn.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Election sermons -- Connecticut.,
  • Sermons, American.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Abel McEwen.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41315.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination22 p.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17705190M

    A sermon preached before the incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts at their anniversary meeting in the parish church of St. Mary Le Bow, on Friday, Febru [electronic resource] / (London: Printed by S. Brooke , ), by William Howley (page images at HathiTrust). Our civil war, as seen from the pulpit: a sermon preached in the Bulfinch-Street church, Ap () available in print Public morals, or, The true glory of a state: a discourse delivered before the executive and legislative departments of the government of Massachusetts, at the annual election, Wednesday, Jan. 1,

    election sermons of their own, although these states brought an end to the practice some years before Massachusetts stopped its sermons in A study of these election sermons is a useful enterprise in itself, but election sermons were far from the only pulpit occasions when con-. A sermon, preached before His Honor Oliver Wolcott, Esq. L.L.D. lieutenant-governor and commander in chief, and the Honorable the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, convened at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary election, May 12th, / By John Marsh, A.M. Pastor of .

      In honor of the upcoming elections, which may well prove the most consequential since , my friend Dr. David Hall is publishing a series of articles on historic American election sermons. This is the seventh. — RDM by Dr. David W. Hall Ma “An Anniversary Sermon at Lexington” by Henry Cumings (Ap . Dr. Sproul investigates the doctrine of unconditional election and how some use this section of scripture to Listen. Israel’s Rejection & God’s Justice (Part 3) Romans Dr. Sproul discusses the fall of man (lapse) and the two major views concerning God’s decree or decrees made in eternity past with respect to election and the.


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A sermon preached at the anniversary election, Hartford, May 8, 1817 by Abel McEwen Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The following sermon was preached by Rev. Abel McEwen on May 8, A SERMON PREACHED AT THE ANNIVERSARY ELECTION, HARTFORD, MAY 8, BY ABEL McEWEN, PASTOR OF A CHURCH IN NEW-LONDON HARTFORD: GEORGE GOODWIN & SONS PRINTERS. At a General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, in said State, [ ].

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A sermon preached in the audience of the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of their anniversary electionAuthor: Nathan Williams. A sermon, preached in the audience of the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of their anniversary election, May M.A.

Pastor of Author: Nathan Williams. In honor of the upcoming elections, which may well prove the most consequential sincemy friend Dr.

David Hall is publishing a series of articles on historic American election sermons. This is the fifteenth. — RDM by Dr. David W. Hall July 3, “A Sermon on the Anniversary of the Independence of America”. INTRO: Today I am going to preach AN ELECTION DAY SERMON.

What is AN ELECTION DAY SERMON, you may ask. Well, such a sermon has its roots buried back in the 18th and 19th Centuries in America when, either on the Sunday before Election Day, the day of the election, or on both days, preachers would deliver messages called ELECTION DAY SERMONS.

The sermon in Colonial New England was not only preached on Sunday but also on special days such as anniversaries, days of thanksgiving, fast days, and of course election day. Preachers would not have used the pulpit on Sunday for political purposes, but that was certainly different on Election Day.

The happy nation. A sermon, preached at the anniversary election, in Hartford, May 8th, In a sermon preach'd before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of their anniversary election, May 8. / By Joseph Fish. A sermon preached at the anniversary election in Hartford, ; A sermon preached at the anniversary election, Hartford,; A sermon, delivered in Christ-Church, Hudson, Jon the death of the Hon.

Hezekiah L. Hosmer, Born: JWest Hartford, Connecticut. An Election Sermon, Preached at Hartford, On the Day of the Anniversary Election, By Matthias Burnet, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Norwalk.

Psalm, xi. If the foundations be destroyed what can the righteous do. This animated interrogatory. By Brian Dodd on 8 Ways To Hook Your Congregation Into Your Message By SermonCentral on 5 Places To Find A Sermon By John McClure on There's Something Wrong With The Pastoral System By Ray Hollenbach on May 8, View More Preaching ArticlesAuthor: Stephen Sheane.

A sermon, preached before the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary election, / By James Dana, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Wallingford. ; [Eight lines from Tacitus] Dana, James, / []. An excellent spirit forms the character of a good ruler illustrated in a sermon preached before the Honourable General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, at the anniversary election, in the city of Hartford, / by: Welch, Moses C.

Published: (). The Reverend Daniel Foster was born in He was ordained in (his father, the Rev. Isaac Foster, preached his ordination), and pastored a church in New Braintree, Massachusetts for many years.

Daniel Foster had numerous sermons published, of which copies of five are know to be extant. In this election sermon, preached before [ ].

Nathan Perkins () graduated from Princeton in He preached in Wrentham, MA shortly after graduation, and at West Hartford Congregational Church ().

The following election sermon was preached in Hartford on THE BENIGN INFLUENCE OF RELIGION ON CIVIL GOVERNMENT AND NATIONAL HAPPINESS.—ILLUSTRATED IN A SERMON, PREACHED.

Honouring God the true way to honour. A sermon preach'd before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut at Hartford May 14th. The day for the election of the Honourable the governour [Nathaniel Chauncey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made.

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A sermon preach'd before the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut at Hartford May 14th. The day for the election of the Honourable the governour, the deputy-governour, & the worshipful assistants there.AN ELECTION DAY SERMON.

Brand elections as crazy three-ring circuses, if you please, but in our democracy, elections reveal the priorities of the majority of voters and grant to the elected the authority to alter our lives by means of decisions about national security, the use of taxes, the health of the environment, the plight of the weakest among us, health care for the sickest among us, the.THE DOCTRINE OF ELECTION.

Dr. W. A. Criswell. 2 Peter a.m. This is the pastor bringing the message entitled The Doctrine of Election. In our preaching through the second letter of Simon Peter, we have come to the middle of the first chapter.