The Resource The Christian glorying in tribulation, : from a sense of its happy fruits. A discourse occasion'd by the death of that pious and afflicted gentlewoman Mrs. Martha Gerrish (wife of Mr. Benjamin Gerrish, and daughter of the late Col. Foxcroft) who rested from all her pains and sorrows, April 14. 1736. Having newly compleated the 48th year of her age. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the church in Cambridge. To which are annexed some of Mrs. Gerrish's letters. [Four lines from Luke], (electronic resource)

The Christian glorying in tribulation, : from a sense of its happy fruits. A discourse occasion'd by the death of that pious and afflicted gentlewoman Mrs. Martha Gerrish (wife of Mr. Benjamin Gerrish, and daughter of the late Col. Foxcroft) who rested from all her pains and sorrows, April 14. 1736. Having newly compleated the 48th year of her age. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the church in Cambridge. To which are annexed some of Mrs. Gerrish's letters. [Four lines from Luke], (electronic resource)

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The Christian glorying in tribulation, : from a sense of its happy fruits. A discourse occasion'd by the death of that pious and afflicted gentlewoman Mrs. Martha Gerrish (wife of Mr. Benjamin Gerrish, and daughter of the late Col. Foxcroft) who rested from all her pains and sorrows, April 14. 1736. Having newly compleated the 48th year of her age. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the church in Cambridge. To which are annexed some of Mrs. Gerrish's letters. [Four lines from Luke]
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The Christian glorying in tribulation,
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from a sense of its happy fruits. A discourse occasion'd by the death of that pious and afflicted gentlewoman Mrs. Martha Gerrish (wife of Mr. Benjamin Gerrish, and daughter of the late Col. Foxcroft) who rested from all her pains and sorrows, April 14. 1736. Having newly compleated the 48th year of her age. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the church in Cambridge. To which are annexed some of Mrs. Gerrish's letters. [Four lines from Luke]
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1693-1784
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Appleton, Nathaniel
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  • Foxcroft, Thomas
  • Gerrish, Martha
  • Gerrish, Martha
  • Foxcroft, Thomas
  • Draper, John
  • Edwards, Joseph
  • Foster, Hopestill
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Gerrish, Martha
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The Christian glorying in tribulation, : from a sense of its happy fruits. A discourse occasion'd by the death of that pious and afflicted gentlewoman Mrs. Martha Gerrish (wife of Mr. Benjamin Gerrish, and daughter of the late Col. Foxcroft) who rested from all her pains and sorrows, April 14. 1736. Having newly compleated the 48th year of her age. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the church in Cambridge. To which are annexed some of Mrs. Gerrish's letters. [Four lines from Luke], (electronic resource)
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  • Half-title: Mr. Appleton's sermon, upon the death of Mrs. Gerrish. With some of her letters
  • Caption title: The happy fruits of an afflicted state, where the love of God is shed abroad in the heart
  • "An epistle prefatory" signed: T.F. [i.e., Thomas Foxcroft] Boston, May 5. 1736
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
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ESTCW37370
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80.
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[4],34,[10],91,[1]pages
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(Uk-ES)006463196
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The Christian glorying in tribulation, : from a sense of its happy fruits. A discourse occasion'd by the death of that pious and afflicted gentlewoman Mrs. Martha Gerrish (wife of Mr. Benjamin Gerrish, and daughter of the late Col. Foxcroft) who rested from all her pains and sorrows, April 14. 1736. Having newly compleated the 48th year of her age. By Nathanael Appleton, M.A. Pastor of the church in Cambridge. To which are annexed some of Mrs. Gerrish's letters. [Four lines from Luke], (electronic resource)
Publication
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  • Half-title: Mr. Appleton's sermon, upon the death of Mrs. Gerrish. With some of her letters
  • Caption title: The happy fruits of an afflicted state, where the love of God is shed abroad in the heart
  • "An epistle prefatory" signed: T.F. [i.e., Thomas Foxcroft] Boston, May 5. 1736
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Control code
ESTCW37370
Dimensions
80.
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unknown
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[4],34,[10],91,[1]pages
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electronic
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006463196

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