The Resource Receiving the cup of affliction after the example of the suffering Saviour. : A discourse, delivered in the First Church and Society in Middletown, on the Lord's Day, September 23d, 1787. To which is added, an address to a numerous collection of sympathizing friends, met at the house of mourning, to condole with Mr. Benjamin Henshaw, and his weeping family, under a very singular, complicated affliction, by the sudden, surprising death of two amiable sons, shipwrecked in a violent storm at sea. Made by particular desire on the Wednesday evening following. Also two sermons delivered the Lord's Day following. By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Middletown, (electronic resource)

Receiving the cup of affliction after the example of the suffering Saviour. : A discourse, delivered in the First Church and Society in Middletown, on the Lord's Day, September 23d, 1787. To which is added, an address to a numerous collection of sympathizing friends, met at the house of mourning, to condole with Mr. Benjamin Henshaw, and his weeping family, under a very singular, complicated affliction, by the sudden, surprising death of two amiable sons, shipwrecked in a violent storm at sea. Made by particular desire on the Wednesday evening following. Also two sermons delivered the Lord's Day following. By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Middletown, (electronic resource)

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Receiving the cup of affliction after the example of the suffering Saviour. : A discourse, delivered in the First Church and Society in Middletown, on the Lord's Day, September 23d, 1787. To which is added, an address to a numerous collection of sympathizing friends, met at the house of mourning, to condole with Mr. Benjamin Henshaw, and his weeping family, under a very singular, complicated affliction, by the sudden, surprising death of two amiable sons, shipwrecked in a violent storm at sea. Made by particular desire on the Wednesday evening following. Also two sermons delivered the Lord's Day following. By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Middletown
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Receiving the cup of affliction after the example of the suffering Saviour.
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A discourse, delivered in the First Church and Society in Middletown, on the Lord's Day, September 23d, 1787. To which is added, an address to a numerous collection of sympathizing friends, met at the house of mourning, to condole with Mr. Benjamin Henshaw, and his weeping family, under a very singular, complicated affliction, by the sudden, surprising death of two amiable sons, shipwrecked in a violent storm at sea. Made by particular desire on the Wednesday evening following. Also two sermons delivered the Lord's Day following. By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Middletown
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  • 878
  • 21162
  • W21675
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  • Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut
  • Evans
  • English Short Title Catalog
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1739-1809
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Huntington, Enoch
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  • 1761-1804
  • 1765-1825
  • 1739-1809
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  • Woodward, Moses Hawkins
  • Green, Thomas
  • Huntington, Enoch
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  • Henshaw, Joseph
  • Henshaw, John
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Receiving the cup of affliction after the example of the suffering Saviour. : A discourse, delivered in the First Church and Society in Middletown, on the Lord's Day, September 23d, 1787. To which is added, an address to a numerous collection of sympathizing friends, met at the house of mourning, to condole with Mr. Benjamin Henshaw, and his weeping family, under a very singular, complicated affliction, by the sudden, surprising death of two amiable sons, shipwrecked in a violent storm at sea. Made by particular desire on the Wednesday evening following. Also two sermons delivered the Lord's Day following. By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Middletown, (electronic resource)
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  • "To the memory of Mess. Joseph and John Henshaw. By a female friend."--p. 13-[14], 2nd count, in verse
  • "Following the things which make for peace, and things wherewith one may edify another, a duty incumbent upon Christians: illustrated and enforced in a sermon .. By Enoch Huntington .."--20 p., 3rd count
  • "Appendix. Some account of Messieurs Joseph and John Henshaw .. By another hand."--p. [1]-21, last count
  • "A tributary tear to the memory of Mr. Joseph Henshaw. By a young lady."--p. 22-24, last count, in verse
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
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ESTCW21675
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40.
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25,[1],13,[1],20,24pages
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electronic
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  • (Uk-ES)006439701
  • (Uk-ES)006439701
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Receiving the cup of affliction after the example of the suffering Saviour. : A discourse, delivered in the First Church and Society in Middletown, on the Lord's Day, September 23d, 1787. To which is added, an address to a numerous collection of sympathizing friends, met at the house of mourning, to condole with Mr. Benjamin Henshaw, and his weeping family, under a very singular, complicated affliction, by the sudden, surprising death of two amiable sons, shipwrecked in a violent storm at sea. Made by particular desire on the Wednesday evening following. Also two sermons delivered the Lord's Day following. By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Middletown, (electronic resource)
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Note
  • "To the memory of Mess. Joseph and John Henshaw. By a female friend."--p. 13-[14], 2nd count, in verse
  • "Following the things which make for peace, and things wherewith one may edify another, a duty incumbent upon Christians: illustrated and enforced in a sermon .. By Enoch Huntington .."--20 p., 3rd count
  • "Appendix. Some account of Messieurs Joseph and John Henshaw .. By another hand."--p. [1]-21, last count
  • "A tributary tear to the memory of Mr. Joseph Henshaw. By a young lady."--p. 22-24, last count, in verse
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
Control code
ESTCW21675
Dimensions
40.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
25,[1],13,[1],20,24pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006439701
  • (Uk-ES)006439701

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