Author: Alexander Young
Title: Christianity designed and adapted to be a universal religion. A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. James W. Thompson, as pastor of the South Congregational Society, in Natick, Feb. 17, 1830. ..
Publisher: Boston: Published by Gray and Bowen
Subject (keywords, tags): Thompson, James W. (James William), 1805-1881; Eliot, John, 1604-1690; Ordination sermons; Hymns
Pages -39 contain "The charge. By the Rev. James Thompson."
Pages -42 contain "Right hand of fellowship. By the Rev. Luther Hamilton."
Pages -55 contain "Address to the Society, by the Rev. Charles Briggs."
Pages -72 contain "Appendix. John Eliot, the apostle to the American Indians."
Pages -76 contain the Order of exercises, including hymns by William Biglow and Josiah Biglow, of Natick
Bound volume contains : 1. A sermon, delivered at Natick, January V, MDCCCXVII... / by Martin Moore. -- 2. Christianity designed and adapted to be a universal religion... / by Alexander Young. -- 3. Confessions of faith, covenant, forms of admission, ecclesiastical principles and rules... / by the Fisrt Congregational Church, Natick, Mass. -- 4. The Morse Institute Library, Natick, Mass. supplementary catalogue / by the Morse Institute Library. -- 5. Natick. A historica poem.../ by Oliver N. Bacon. ( Miscellaneous pages from printed material pasted following the poem)
Contributor: Boston Public Library
Size: 46 kb