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DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS-To wit BB IT REMEMBERED, that on the first day of October, in the thirty-eighti. year of the independence of the U. States of America, SAMUEL T. ARMSTRONG, of the said District, has deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as Proprietor; in the words following, to wit:,
“A collection of Sermons, which have been preached on various subjects, and published at various times. By NATHANAEL EMMONS, D. D. Pastor of the Church in Franklin.".
In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, intitled "An act for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such Copies, during the times therein mentioned;" and also to an act intitled, "An act supplementary to an act, intitled an act for the Encouragement of Learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such Copies during the times therein mentioned; and extending the benefits thereof to the Arts of Designing, Engraving, and Etching Historical and other Prints.”
WILLIAM S. SHAW, Clerk of the District of Massachasetts.
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To my respected Patrons and Friends I owe many thanks for the encouragement, which they have afforded to my publications in general, and it is always with much pleasure I acknowledge their kindness and liberality. I would inform them that if encouragement be afforded, the First Volume of Dr. Emmons's Sermons on some of the First Principles of the Christian religion, will be reprinted in the course of the ensuing winter. Those who intend to buy this volume are desired to send in their names; and such as have not taken the "Original Sermons” will please to send for them. Those who send for this work within six months from this date, shall be entitled to the same terms as subscribers now sent in; this is done in order to accommodate persons residing at a distance, and whose opportunities for sending are few; the same terms will also be allowed for any Books which I have heretofore published, a list of which are subjoined, viz. Milner's History of the Church of Christ, 5 vols. 12 50. Smith's Letters to Belsham on some important points,
75 cts. The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine, 8 vols. 275
per volume. Shattuck's Dissertations on the Boylston Prize Ques
tions. 1 25. Dr. Trumbull's History of the United States. 2 50. Mason's Treatise on Self Knowledge. 75 cts. Bishop Hurd on the Prophecies. 1 75. Taylor and Hampton on the Atonement. 1 00. Platform of Congregational Church Discipline. 75 cts. Essays on Various subjects, by John Foster. 1 00. Smith's Dissertations on the Prophecies. 2 25. Baxter's Saints Everlasting Rest. 1 121: Gospel Treasury, 4 vols. 5 00. Evangelical Instructor. 75 cts.
Johnson's, Goldsmith's and Smollet's Poems with
their lives. 100 Dr. Owen's Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews,
4 vols. 10,00. Watts on the terms of Christian Communion. 63 cts. The nature, extent, and province of Human Reason,
63 cts. Dr. Buchanan's Christian Researches in Asia, togeth
er with the Star in the East and his sermons; I
vol. 18mo. 1 00. Life of David Brainerd, the Missionary to the Indians.
1 12. Sermons to Mariners, by Rev. A. Abbot, Beverly. 100. Hymns for Infant Minds with 28 cuts, 6 edit. 12cts. Hymns for family worship, by Rev. John Codman,
63 cts. The Minister's Companion, 2 75. Sacred Geography; or Gazetteer of the Bible, By Dr.
Parish. With a map just published. 2 50. Hannah More on Female education. 1 00. Hymns designed as a supplement to Dr. Watts. 75cts. Sermons, on Various Important subjects of Christian
Doctrine and Practice, by Nathanael Emmons,
D.D. 2 00. Memoirs of the Life of Martha Laurens Ramsay, 3d.
edition. 75 cts. History of the Principal Protestant Missions to the
Heathen, by E. Lord. 2 25. Lectures on Scripture Facts, by William Bengo Col
lyer, D. D. 2 50. T'he Evangelical Primer, 5th edition, 72 cuts. 12cts.
Going very soon to press, A new edition of Smith's Dissertation on the Prophecies. Also, a new amended edition of Park Street Lectures, by Rev. Dr. Griffin. Also, a new work, entitled, An Explanation of Symbolical Figures, &c. &c. of the Holy Scriptures, by Aaron Kinne, A. M. Also, Christian Psalmody, in four parts, by Samuel Worcester, D. D. Minister of the Tabernacle, Salem, Massachusetts. Orders for any or all of these will be thankfully received. Printing in all its variety done with despatch as above.
Preached to a Society for the REFORMATION of MORALS, No-
vember 3, 1790.
Preached on the ANNUAL Fast, April 7, 1803.