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The accursed thing must be taken away from among a people, if they would reasonably hope to stand before their enemies A sermon preached at the Thursday-lecture in Boston, September 3, 1778. And printed at the desire of the hearers. By Charles Chauncy, D.D. Senior Pastor of the First Church in Boston. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
All nations of the earth blessed in Christ, the seed of Abraham: a sermon preached at Boston ... Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
The Antigonian and Bostonian beauties a poem. Occasion'd by seeing the assembly, at St. John's Antigua, on Thursday the 7th of July, and afterwards at Boston, in King-Street. [Three lines from Milton] By W.S. A.B. Sudoc [ABES], France
The appeal to the public answered, in behalf of the non-Episcopal churches in America; Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
The benevolence of the Deity, fairly and impartially considered, in three parts : the first explains the sense in which we are to understand benevolence as applicable to God, the second asserts and proves that this perfection in the sense explained is one of His essential attributes, the third endeavors to answer objections ... Library of Congress/NACO
The blessedness of the dead who die in the Lord A sermon preached the Lord's Day after the funeral of Mrs. Anna Foxcroft, the amiable and pious consort of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Foxcroft, who died October 9th 1749, in the 53d year of her age. By Charles Chauncy, D.D. one of the Pastors of the First Church in Boston. [Two lines from Philippians]. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
"Breaking of bread," in remembrance of the dying love of Christ, a Gospel institution : five sermons : in which the institution is explained, a general observance of it recommended and enforced, objections answered, and such difficulties, doubts, and fears, relative to it, particularly mentioned, and removed, which have too commonly discouraged some from an attendance at it, and proved to others a source of discomfort, in the regard they have endeavoured to pay to it Library of Congress/NACO
Charity to the distressed members of Christ accepted as done to himself, and rewarded, at the judgment-day, with blessedness in God's everlasting kingdom a sermon preached the Lord's-day after the death of Mr. Edward Gray, who departed this life July 2nd, 1757, in the 84th year of his age Sudoc [ABES], France
Christian love, as exemplified by the first Christian church in their having all things in common, placed in its true and just point of light in a sermon, preached ... in Boston, August 3d. 1773 : from Acts 4. 32 Sudoc [ABES], France
Civil magistrates must be just, ruling in the fear of God A sermon preached before His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; the Honourable His Majesty's Council, and House of Representatives, of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in N. England; May 27. 1747. Being the anniversary for the election of His Majesty's Council for the said province. By Charles Chauncy, D.D. one of the Pastors of the First Church in Boston. [One line from Deuteronomy] N.B. The several paragraphs which, for want of time, were omitted in preaching, are inserted in their proper places, and, for distinction's sake, comprehended in crotchets. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
The Counsel of two confederate Kings to set the Son of Tabeal on the Throne, represented as evil, in it's natural tendency and moral aspect : a sermon occasion'd by the present rebellion in favour of the Pretender : preach'd in Boston at the Thursday-lecture, February 6th, 1745,6 Library of Congress/NACO
A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverned [sic] Jonathan Mayhew, D.D., late pastor of the West-Church in Boston, who departed this life on Wednesday morning, July 9, 1766, aetatis 46 : delivered the Lord's day after his decease Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
A discourse on "the good news from a far country", deliver'd July 24th a day of thanks-giving to Almighty God, throughout the province of Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on occasion of the repeal of the Stamp-act : appointed by His Excellency, the governor of said province, at the desire of it's House of Representatives, with the advice of His Majesty's council Sudoc [ABES], France
Discourses occasioned by the death of Rev. Thomas Foncroft. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
Divine glory brought to view in the final salvation of all men A letter to the friend to truth. By one who wishes well to all mankind. [Three lines of Scripture texts]. Sudoc [ABES], France
Dr. Chauncy's reply to Dr. Chandler's 'Appeal defended' Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
Dr. Chauncy's sermon at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Simeon Howard Library of Congress/NACO
Dr. Chauncy's sermon cautioning against enthusiam Library of Congress/NACO
Dr. Chauncy's sermon on the horrid nature and enormous guilt of murder Library of Congress/NACO
Dr. Chauncy's sermon, preached May 30th, 1770 Library of Congress/NACO
Earthquakes a token of the righteous anger of God. A sermon preached at the Old-Brick-Meeting-House in Boston, the Lord's-day after the terrible earthquake, which suddenly awoke us out of our sleep in the morning of the 18th of November, 1755. Library of Congress/NACO
Enthusiam described and caution'd against : a sermon preach'd at the Old Brick Meeting-house in Boston, the Lord's day after the commencement, 1742 : with a letter to the Reverend Mr. James Davenport Library of Congress/NACO
Funeral sermon Library of Congress/NACO
The gifts of the Spirit to ministers consider'd in their diversity : with the wise ends of their various distribution, and the good purposes it is adapted to serve : a sermon preach'd at the Boston Thursday-lecture, Decemb, 17. 1741, and made publick at the desire of the hearers Library of Congress/NACO
The idle-poor secluded from the bread of charity by the Christian law : a sermon preached in Boston, before the Society for Encouraging Industry, and Employing the Poor. Aug. 12. 1752. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
Joy, the duty of survivors on the death of pious friends and relatives. A funeral discourse on the death of Mrs. Lucy Waldo. Library of Congress/NACO
The late religious commotions in New-England considered. Library of Congress/NACO
A letter from a gentleman in Boston, to Mr. George Wishart, one of the ministers of Edinburgh, concerning the state of religion in New-England. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
A letter to a friend / Charles Chauncy, 1774 Sudoc [ABES], France
A letter to a friend, containing, remarks on certain passages in a sermon : preached, by the Right Reverend Father in God, John Lord Bishop of Landaff, 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, February 20, 1767 : in which the highest reproach is undeservedly cast upon the American colonies Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
A letter to a friend, giving a concise, but just, account, according to the advices hitherto received, of the Ohio defeat and pointing out also the many good ends, this inglorious event is naturally adapted to promote: or, shewing wherein it is fitted to advance the interest of all the American British colonies. To which is added, some general account of the New England forces, with what they have already done, counter-ballancing the above loss. Library of Congress/NACO German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France
A letter to a friend giving a concise, but just, representation of the hardships and sufferings the town of Boston is exposed to, and must undergo in consequence of the late act of the British-Parliament, which by shutting up it's port has put a fatal bar in the way of that commercial business on which it depended for it's support Sudoc [ABES], France
A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, publickly calling upon him to vindicate his conduct or confess his faults. Library of Congress/NACO
Man's life considered under the similitude of a vapour ... A sermon on the death of that honorable & vertuous gentlewoman Mrs. Sarah Byfield, the amiable consort of the Honorable Nathaniel Byfield, esq; who died Decemb. 21st., 1730. In the 58th year of her age. Library of Congress/NACO
Marvelous things done by the right hand and holy arm of God in getting him the victory a sermon preached the 18th of July, 1754, being a day set apart for solemn Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the reduction of Cape-Breton by His Majesty's New-England forces, under the command of the Honourable William Pepperrell, Esq ... and cover'd by a squadron ... commanded by Peter Warren, Esq. National Library and Archives of Québec Library and Archives Canada Sudoc [ABES], France
Ministers exhorted and encouraged to take heed to themselves, and to their doctrine : a sermon preached the 7th of November, at the instalment of the Rev. Mr. Thomas Frink to the pastoral care of the Third Church in Plymouth Library of Congress/NACO
Mr. Chauncy's sermon on a tongue not bridled Library of Congress/NACO
The mystery hid from ages and generations. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
The new creature described and considered, as the sure characteristick of a man's being in Christ together with some seasonable advice to those who are new creatures. A sermon preached at the Boston Thursday-lecture, June 4. 1741 ... By Charles Chauncy. Sudoc [ABES], France
The opinion of one that has perused the summer morning's conversation, concerning original sin, wrote by the Rev. Mr. Peter Clark... To which is added, a few remarks on the recommendatory preface by five reverend clergymen. In a letter to a friend... Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
The out-pouring of the Holy Ghost A sermon preach'd in Boston, May 13, 1742. On a day of prayer observed by the First Church there, to ask of God the effusion of his spirit. By Charles Chauncy, A.M. Pastor of said church. [Five lines of Scripture texts]. Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
Salvation for all men, illustrated and vindicated as a scripture doctrine Library of Congress/NACO
Seasonable thoughts of the state of religion in New-England, a treatise in five parts ... Library of Congress/NACO
A sermon, delivered at the First Church in Boston, March 13th, 1785 occasioned by the return of the society to their house of worship, after long absence, to make way for the repairs that were necessary. By Chales [sic] Chauncy, D.C. and Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, established in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Sudoc [ABES], France
The testimony of conscience a most solid foundation of rejoicing A sermon preached at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Howe, to the pastoral care of the New-South Church in Boston, May 19th, 1773. By the Rev. Naphtali Daggett, A.M. presiden of Yale College in New-Haven, and professor of divinity in the same. To which is added, the charge by the Rev. Aaron Brown, and the right hand of fellowship by the Rev. Dr. Chauncy. Printed at the desire of the church. [Four lines of Scripture texts]. Sudoc [ABES], France
Two letters to a friend, on the present critical conjunctune of affairs in North America particularly on the vast importance of the victory gained by the New-England militia under the command of General Johnston, at Lake-George. National Library and Archives of Québec Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
The validity of presbyterian ordination asserted and maintained : a discourse delivered at the anniversary Dudleian-lecture at Harvard-College in Cambridge, New-England, May 12, 1762 : with an appendix giving a brief historical account of the epistles ascribed to Ignatius, and exhibiting some of the many reasons why they ought not to be depended on as his uncorrupted works Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
De verborgenheid, die van alle eeuwen en geslachten verborgen was, openbaar gemaakt door het Evangeli, of de eindelyke gelukzaligheid aller menschen ... National Library of the Netherlands
The wonderful narrative: or, a faithful account of the French prophets, their agitations, extasies, and inspirations: to which are added, several other remarkable instances of persons under the influence of the like spirit, in various parts of the world, particularly in New-England. In a letter to a friend. With an appendix, directing to the proper use of such extraordinary appearances in the course of Providence. [Three lines from I. John IV. I] Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France

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