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ISNI: 
0000 0000 6358 3718
Name: 
Jonathan Maxcy
Jonathan Maxcy (American academic administrator)
Maxcy, Jonathan
Maxcy ((Revd. Prest))
Dates: 
1768-1820
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Burge, Caleb (1782-1838)
Edwards, Jonathan (1745-1801)
Emmons, Nathanael (1745-1840)
Griffin, Edward Dorr (1770-1837)
Park, Edwards Amasa (1808-1900)
Smalley, John (1734-1820)
Warren Association (R.I.)
Weeks, William R. (1783-1848)
Weeks, William Raymond (1783-1848)
William S. Reynolds Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
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address delivered to the graduates of Rhode-Island College, at the anniversary commencement in the Baptist Meeting-House in Providence, September 5, A.D. 1798, An
American eloquence; consisting of orations, addresses, and sermons ...
atonement. Discourses and treatises, The
discourse designed to explain the doctrine of atonement, A : in two parts : delivered in the chapel of Rhode-Island College on the 11th and 25th of November, 1796
funeral sermon, delivered on Lord's day, December 17, 1817, in the Representatives' chamber, before both branches of the legislature of the state of South Carolina., A
introductory lecture to a course on the philosophical principles of rhetorick and criticism, An : designed for the senior class of the South-Carolina College, and delivered in the publick chapel on Wednesday, April 8th, 1817
literary remains of the Rev. Jonathan Maxcy ..., The
oration, delivered in the First Congregational meeting-house, in Providence, on the fourth of July, 1799., An
President Maxcy's sermon at the Warren Association, convened in Boston, Sept. 12, 1797
sermon preached in the Baptist meeting-house in Providence before the Female Charitable Society, September 21st, 1802, A
sermon preached on Lord's day, October 1st, A. D. 1812, at the high hills of Santee, before the Charleston Baptist association, at their annual meeting, A
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