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Dwight, Timothy
Dwight, Timothy (Doctor)
Dwight, Timothy (Dr)
Dwight, Timothy (Rev. Dr)
Inhabitant of New-England
Timothy Dwight
Timothy Dwight IV (American historian)
Timothy Dwight IV (Amerikaans dichter (1752-1817))
Timothy Dwight IV (amerikai teológus, történész, költő)
Timothy Dwight IV (US-amerikanischer Geistlicher, Theologe, Gelehrter, Politiker und Dichter)
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Dwight, Sereno Edwards (1786-1850)
Ebenezer Hazard Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Green, Thomas (1765-1825))
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Oliver Wolcott Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Trumbull, John (1756-1843)
Watts, Isaac (1674-1748)
Wheelwright, Thea
Yale College (1718-1887)
Boston at the beginning of the 19th century.
Brainard family Yale College diplomas
charitable blessed., The
Columbia: a song
conquest of Canäan; a poem in eleven books., The
dignity and excellence of the Gospel, 1812:, The
discourse, delivered at New-Haven, Feb. 22, 1800; on the character of George Washington, esq. at the request of the citizens;, A
discourse, in two parts, delivered August 20, 1812, on the national fast, in the chapel of Yale college., A
discourse on some events of the last century, A : delivered in the Brick Church in New Haven on Wednesday, January 7, 1801.
discourse on the genuineness and authenticity of the New-Testament, A : delivered at New-Haven, September 10th, 1793, at the annual lecture, appointed by the General Association of Connecticut, on the Tuesday before the public commencement.
Dissertation on the history, eloquence, and poetry of the bible delivered at the public commencement at new haven
Dr. Dwight's election sermon
Duration of future punishment
duty of Americans, at the present crisis illustrated in a discourse, preached on the fourth of July, 1798; by the Reverend Timothy Dwight, D.D. president of Yale-College; at the request of the citizens of New-Haven., The
Greenfield Hill.
Hymns selected from Dr. Watts, Dr. Doddridge, and various other writers. According to the recommendation of the Joint committee of the General association of Connecticut, and the General assembly of the Presbyterian church in America.
major poems of Timothy Dwight, 1752-1817, with a dissertation on the history, eloquence, and poetry of the Bible., The
nature, and danger, of infidel philosophy, The : exhibited in two discourses, addressed to the candidates for the baccalaureate, in Yale college
oration, pronounced on the evening of the 5th February, before the alumni of Yale college, resident in the city of New-York, in commemoration of their late president, Timothy Dwight, D. D., L. L. D., An
President Dwight's discourse, at the funeral of Dr. Goodrich
Psalms of David, The : imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to Christian use and worship.
Remarks on the review of Inchiquin's letters.
sermon, delivered in Boston, Sept. 16, 1813, before the American board of commissioners for foreign missions, at their fourth annual meeting., A
sermon on duelling, preached in the chapel of Yale college, New-Haven, September 9th, 1804, and in the Old Presbyterian church, New-York, January 21st, 1805., A
sermon on the death of Mr. Ebenezer Grant Marsh, senior-tutor, and professor elect of languages and ecclesiastical-history, in Yale College, who died November 16th, 1803, in the 27th year of his age; preached in the Brick church in New-Haven, November 20., A
seventh commandment, The
sketch of the life and character of President Dwight, delivered as an eulogium, in New Haven, February 12th, 1817 before the academic body, of Yale College, composed of the Senatus Academicus, faculty and students, A
statistical account of the city of New-Haven., A
...The Sieur de Monts national monument and its historical associations ...
Theology; explained and defended, in a series of sermons;
Three men of letters.
Travels in New-England and New-York...
triumph of infidelity
true means of establishing public happiness, The : a sermon, delivered on the 7th of July 1795, before the Connecticut Society of Cincinnati, and published at their request.
valedictory address to the young gentlemen, who commenced bachelors of arts, at Yale-College, July 25th, 1776., A
Virtuous rulers a national blessing : a sermon, preached at the general election, May 12th, 1791
Wie is God?
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