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An oration, delivered at Wethersfield, February 22, 1800
Ebenezer Grant Marsh
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"Art. XXIX. [Review of] A Funeral Oration, delivered at the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, on the 22d day of February,being the day recommended by Congress to the Citizens of the United States, publicly to testify their Grief for the Death of General Washington: by appointment of a number of the Clergy of.
“Art. XXIX. [Review of] A Funeral Oration, delivered at the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, on the 22d day of February,being the day recommended by Congress to the Citizens of the United States, publicly to testify their Grief for the Death of General Washington: by appointment of a number of the Clergy of.
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An oration on the death of Gen. George Washington: delivered at Stamford, Connecticut, on the 22d day of February, A. New York, (New York): “Published By The Committee Of Arrangements,” printed by John Furman, at his blank, stamp and stationary shop, opposite the city-hall.; ; 15,  pp., paper covers, 11 x 15 cm.
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C., where the neighboring college, then called "Queen's Museum," afforded him opportunity for his.Delivered before the Ladies' Anti-slavery Society of Cincinnati, Febru Hartford: S.S. Cowles, Convinced that slavery was evil he emancipated his slaves and urges others to do the same; but asks: "What is a Christian slaveholder to do, whose State laws forbid the emancipation of his slaves?".