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A sermon, delivered February 19, 1795
Half-title: Mr. Baldwin"s Thanksgiving sermon.
|Other titles||Mister Baldwin"s Thanksgiving sermons.|
|Statement||being the Day of Public Thanksgiving throughout the United States. By Thomas Baldwin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
For a single theorem in geometry did an ancient philosopher, in the rapture of discovery, offer an hundred victims to the deity who had illuminated his mind—what sacrifice shall we pay to God for truths the most glorious and consolatory that have ever been made known to the world? By a Royal Arch Mason. Andover, The subjects then to which I shall call your attention, at present, and on which I would awaken your gratitude are, the existence and success of the federal government—the continuance of peace with the powers of Europe, and the prospect of returning peace with our savage neighbors—our internal tranquility, and particularly the suppression of the late unhappy insurrection. In three sermons.
This process, they believed, would undermine the productivity and moral integrity of a republican citizenry, in part through the type of legal innovation represented in the bankruptcy act of that year. But, alas! Peace is an inestimable blessing to a young and growing country not yet enervated by luxury, nor sunk into effeminacy and sloth. Haverhill, Massachusetts,
Do these politicians rely upon the power of conscience to control the vicious tendencies of human nature? See Mary M. Leominster Mass. After a most merciful and wonderful preservation of the town from being consumed by fire, which broke out in Union-Street, about four that morning. Another subject of thankfulness on this day, is the preservation of our domestic tranquility, and particularly the extinction of a dangerous insurrection that put in hazard the happiness and safety of the republic. Connecticut, Colonial Records of, ed.
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We have seen how great a portion of the world is afflicted with the awful calamities of War. Published at the Request of the Committee of that Church.
That formidable insurrection, which threatened the existence of government, or the dismemberment of the republic, has been crushed under the powerful arm of the law. Their authorship was long in question, but it is certain that Seabury claimed them in England inwhen he was seeking episcopal consecration.
May Americans return to their own moderation and good sense.
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While we are thankful to God, for our own prosperous and happy state, we sincerely deplore the miseries in which they are involved—and deprecate the greater ones, which apparently threaten them.
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Providence, John: June 24th, A. Another cause for which we are this day called to render praise to almighty God is the continuance of peace with the powers of Europe, and the prospect of its speedy re-establishment with those savage tribes who have so long harassed us with their depredations.
Benjamin Colman, on a day of prayer kept by his congregation, to implore the divine conduct and blessing with them, in their election of another into the pastoral office among them. O Britain! Wealth and power are apt to 1795 book the pride, and softer the indolence of the priesthood, in whose hands religion then degenerates A sermon a lifeless form, or into a frivolous system of foppery and superstition.
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