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Sermon V. Preached July 20, 1775, being on the

first American Fast, recommended by Congress, 112

Sermon VI. Preached May 3, 1781; on the Re-

commendation of Congress,

127

A THANKSGIVING SERMON.

Sermon VII. Preached December 13, 1781, being

a day set apart by Congress for a General

Thanksgiving;

141

SEVEN MILITARY SERMONS.

Sermon VIII. Preached April 5, 1757, at the re-

quest of Brigadier-General Stanwix, to the Sol-

diers under his command, previous to their

march, after Braddock's Defeat, to suppress the

Ravages of the French and Indians, on our Fron-

tier Setilements,

155

Sermon IX. Preached in the great Hall of the

College of Philadelphia, April 10, 1768, as

Chaplain pro tempore, appointed by Colonel

Wilkins, to the XVIIIth, or Royal Regiment of

Ireland; on the Christian Soldier's Military Duty, 179

Sermon X. Preached May 1, 1768, on the same

occasion, and in the same place,

190

Sermon XI. Preached May 8, 1768, in the same

place, to said Regiment; to which was added,

the celebrated Speech of a Creek Indian, against

the immoderate use of Spiritous Liquors, 201

Sermon XII. The Christian Soldier's Spiritual

Duty, June, 1768,

225

Sermon XIII. On the same subject, being the last,

or farewel to the said Regiment,--then under
marching orders,

235

Sermon XIV. Preached June 23, 1775, on the

then alarming situation of American affairs; at

the request of Colonel Cadwalader, and the

Oficers of the third Battalion of Volunteer-Mili.

tia of the City of Philadelphia. Present also

the Members of Congress. To which is pre-

hxed a large and interesting Preface,

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containing the Fundamental Laws, Calculations

concerning Annuities, and an abstract of Pro-

ceedings, &c.

385

Sermon XX. Preached April 6, 1795; as an in-

troduction to a plan for the Establishment and

Encouragement of Itinerant Preachers, or Mis-

sionaries, on the Frontier Settlements of the

- United States; with a Supplement or Second

Part stating and warning against the abominable

tenets of the ILLUMINATI, and the doctrines of

the New Philosophy,

444

TWO GENERAL CONVENTION SERMONS.

Sermon XXI. Preached June 23, 1784, at Anna-

polis, Maryland, at the first General Convention

of the Episcopal Clergy in that State, assisted

by Lay Representatives,

483

Sermon XXII. Preached October 7, 1785, at the

request of, and before, the General Convention

of the Bishops, Clergy and Laity of the Protes-

tant Episcopal Church ; on occasion of the first

introduction of the Liturgy and public Service of

the said Church, as altered and recommended

for future use in the United States of America, 524

A CONSECRATION SERMON.

Sermon XXIII. First preached September 17,

1792, in Trinity Church, New-York; before

the General Convention of the Bishops, Clergy,

and Laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church;

at the Consecration of Thomas John Clagget,

D. D. a3 Bishop Elect for the said Church, in

the State of Maryland. Preached in substance

also, at the two following Consecrations, viz. of

Robert Smith, D. D. for South-Carolina, Sep-

tember 13, 1795; Edward Bass, D. D. for

Massachusets and New-Hampshire, May, 1787.

Both in Christ Church, Philadelphia,

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