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Thu Oct 16 18:00:11 2014 UTClccn-n841770150.00Oakes, Urian0.861.00Science in the American British colonies collection,52040669Urian_Oakesn 841770151351539Oakes 1631-1681 presidentOakes, president, 1631-1681President Oakes 1631-1681lccn-n85311658Shepard, Thomas1635-1677lccn-n85268664Harvard College (1636-1780)lccn-n79128955Mather, Cotton1663-1728lccn-n50044161Mather, Increase1639-1723lccn-n85074263Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusettslccn-n85313322Sherman, John1613-1685lccn-n79117262Blau, Joseph L.(Joseph Leon)1909-1986lccn-n88002874Hunnewell, James Frothingham1832-1910edtlccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-nr2002014400Collins, Nathaniel1642-1684Oakes, Urian1631-1681Dissertations, AcademicSermonsPoetryHistoryMeditationsBiographySermons, AmericanHarvard College (1636-1780)MassachusettsUniversities and collegesDissertations, AcademicOakes, Urian,ChristologyJesus ChristNew EnglandInfant baptismShepard, Thomas,Providence and government of GodAmerican poetry--Colonial periodChristian lifeAlmanacs, AmericanCongregationalismSermons, EnglishSodomyCrimeLustBaptismRepentanceBestiality (Crime)Israel--Sodom (Extinct city)Collins, Nathaniel,SinCongregational churchesElection sermonsElegiac poetry, AmericanCriminalsPhilosophyPresidentsFast-day sermonsClergyAncient and Honorable Artillery Company of MassachusettsUnited StatesEducatorsMassachusetts--CambridgeCollege presidentsAstrologyAmerican poetryBoyle, Robert,TelescopesMather, Increase,FreemasonryGale, JohnAvery, William,Gould, PollyWillis, JohnRobie, Thomas,16311681164916501673167416751676167716781679168016821686180918201859189618991902191419271943195419551967197019721976198419861996199920113905104290252.6Z1215ocn7540120593899ocn000786060book16820.77Oakes, UrianThe soveraign efficacy of divine providence (1682)25218ocn013640660book16730.88Oakes, UrianNew-England pleaded with and pressed to consider the things which concern her peace at least in this her day, or, A seasonable and serious word of faithful advice to the churches and people of God, primarily those in the Massachusetts Colony, musingly to ponder, and bethink themselves, what is the tendency, and what will cetainly be the sad issue, of sundry unchristian and crooked wayes which too too [sic] many have been turning aside unto, if persisted and gone on in delivered in a sermon preached at Boston in New-England, May 7, 1673, being the day of election thereSermons23314ocn012254780book16820.90Oakes, UrianA seasonable discourse wherein sincerity & delight in the service of God is earnestly pressed upon professors of religionSermons19517ocn062817476book16770.88Oakes, UrianAn elegie upon the death of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Shepard, late teacher of the church at Charlstown in New-EnglandBiographyPoetry18415ocn012254854book16820.84Oakes, UrianThe soveraign efficacy of divine providence16215ocn062815358file16860.86Mather, IncreaseThe mystery of Christ opened and applyed in several sermons concerning the person, office, and glory of Jesus ChristSermons1363ocn017151754book16790.90Harvard College (1636-1780)Quæstiones pro modulo discutiendæ sub Reverendo Vriano Oakes ecclesiæ Cantabrigiensis pastore, et Harvardini Collegii in Cantabrigia Nov-Anglorum præside pro tempore, per inceptores in artibus in comitiis pridie idvs sextiles MDCLXXIXDissertations, Academic1353ocn017151619book16750.90Harvard College (1636-1780)Quæstiones pro modulo discutiendæ sub Reverendo Vriano Oakes ecclesiæ Cantabrigiensis pastore, et Harvardini Collegii in Cantabrigia Nov-Anglorum præside pro tempore, per inceptores in artibus in comitiis quarto iduum sexiilium 1675Dissertations, Academic1343ocn017151773book16800.90Harvard College (1636-1780)Quæstiones pro modulo discutiendæ sub Reverendo Vriano Oakes ecclesiæ Cantabrigiensis pastore, et Harvardini Collegii in Cantabrigia Nov-Anglorum præside pro tempore, per inceptores in artibus in comitiis ante diem IV idus sextiles anno. Dom. M. DC. LXXXDissertations, Academic1336ocn007869597book16500.93Oakes, UrianAn almanack for the year of our Lord 1650 being the third after leap year and from the creation 5582 : calculated for the longitude of 315 degr. and elevation of the Pole Arctick 42 degr. & 30 min. and may generally serve for the most part of New-England1259ocn062815323file16800.86Mather, IncreaseThe divine right of infant-baptisme asserted and proved from Scripture and antiquity1184ocn013593909book16740.93Oakes, UrianThe unconquerable, all-conquering, & more-then-conquering souldier, or, The successful warre which a believer wageth with the enemies of his soul as also, the absolute and unparalleld victory that he obtains finally over them through the love of God in Jesus Christ : as it was discussed in a sermon preached at Boston in New-England, on the day of the artillery-election there, June 3d., 1692Sermons1109ocn062808798file16740.74Danforth, SamuelThe cry of Sodom enquired into upon occasion of the arraignment and condemnation of Benjamin Goad, for his prodigious villany. : Together with a solemn exhortation to tremble at Gods judgements, and to abandon youthful lusts.Meditations1099ocn062815305file16740.82Mather, IncreaseThe day of trouble is near. Two sermons wherein is shewed, what are the signs of a day of trouble being near. And particularly, what reason there is for New-England to expect a day of trouble. Also what is to be done, that we may escape these things which shall come to pass. Preached (the 11th day of the 12th moneth, 1673. Being a day of humiliation in one of the churches in Boston.History1068ocn062823285file16730.88Willard, SamuelUseful instructions for a professing people in times of great security and degeneracy delivered in several sermons on solemnm occasionsSermons10410ocn062817480com16740.88Oakes, UrianThe unconquerable, all-conquering, & more-then-conquering souldier: or, The successful warre which a believer wageth with the enemies of his soul: as also the absolute and unparalleld victory that he obtains finally over them through the love of God in Jesus Christ, as it was discoursed in a sermon preached at Boston in New-England, on the day of the artillery-election there, June 3d. 1672.Sermons998ocn062817475com16490.86Oakes, UrianAn almanack for the year of our Lord 1650 ... Calculated for the longitude of 315 degr. and elevation of the pole arctick 42 degr. & 30 min. & may generally serve for the most part of New-England. : [Two lines of quotation in Latin]842ocn017151692book16760.90Harvard College (1636-1780)Quæstiones pro modulo discutiendæ sub Reverendo Vriano Oakes ecclesiæ Cantabrigiensis pastore, et Harvardini Collegii in Cantabrigia Nov-Anglorum præside pro tempore, per inceptores in artibus in comitiis sexto idus sextiles MDCLXXVIDissertations, Academic842ocn017151720book16780.90Harvard College (1636-1780)Quæstiones pro modulo discutiendæ sub Reverendo Vriano Oakes ecclesiæ Cantabrigiensis pastore, et Harvardini Collegii in Cantabrigia Nov-Anglorum præside pro tempore, per inceptores in artibus in comitiis idibus sextilibus MDCLXXVIIIDissertations, Academic835ocn062817479com16820.92Oakes, UrianThe soveraign efficacy of Divine Providence over ruling and omnipotently disposing and ordering all humane counsels and affairs, asserted, demonstrated and improved, in a discourse evincing, that (not any arm of flesh, but) the right hand of the Most High is it, that swayeth the universal scepter of this lower world's government. Oft wheeling about the prudentest management of the profoundest plotts, of the greatest on earth ; unto such, issues and events, as are amazingly contrary to all humane probabilities, and cross to the confident expectation of lookers on. : As delivered in a sermon preached at Cambridge, on Sept. 10. 1677. Being the day of artillery election there.19811ocn062815133file16820.82Mather, CottonA poem dedicated to the memory of the Reverend and excellent Mr. Urian Oakes, the late pastor to Christ's flock, and praesident of Harvard-Colledge, in Cambridge. Who was gathered to his people on 25d 5mo 1681. In the fifty'th year of his age. : [Seven lines of quotations]1375ocn011796594book16820.88Mather, CottonA poem dedicated to the memory of the Reverend and excellent Mr. Urian Oakes, the late pastor to Christ's flock and præsident of Harvard Colledge in Cambridge1295ocn006808977book18960.88Mather, CottonA poem and an elegy11ocn144808908art19840.10Oakes, Urian, fourth president of Harvard College11ocn085863607book19270.10Mrs. Philip Leffingwell Spalding : Katharine Hobart Ames11ocn144686189art18990.10Chamberlain, Joshua LawrenceOakes, Urian, 1631-168111ocn122622781mix19431.00Adams, WilliamCarmen funebre in obitum viri plurimis nominibus venerandi Uriani Oakesii Doctissimi Gymnasiarchae, necnon Ecclesiae Cantabrigiensium Pastoris fidelissimi, qui postquam in utroq[ue] munere sedulam navasset operam, placide tandem quievit in JesuPhotoprint of poem on verso of title-page of Urian Oakes, The Sovereign efficacy of Divine providence...Boston, 1682, owned by the author of the poem (who lived in Dedham, Mass). Original in John Carter Brown Library11ocn162222730art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamOakes, Urian11ocn057388678art1999Oakes, UrianBiography11ocn707001204art18090.10Allen, WilliamOakes (Urian). president of Harvard collegeBiography11ocn702337166book16821.00Mather, CottonA poem dedicated to the memory of the reverend and excellent Mr. Urian Oakes, the late pastor to Christ's flock, and praesident of Harvard-Colledge, in Cambridge, who was gathered to his people on the 25 day, 5th month, 1681 : in the fifty'th year of his age11ocn124099129art19270.10Mrs. Joseph Johnston Daniels : Katharine Holliday11ocn061120242art18590.10Sprague, William BUrian OakesBiography11ocn122407001mix1.00Oakes, UrianPapers of Urian OakesInformation about Harvard College business is not contained in the Papers of Urian Oakes. These papers include a poem about Oakes written upon his death and his commission as Vicar of Titchfield in Southhampton County, England11ocn123303233book19270.10Mrs. Francis DeSalles Carroll : Sybyl Angier Lambard [Baldwin]11ocn077570782book19270.10Mrs. Louis Adams Frothingham : Mary Shreve Ames11ocn214096462bookPoetry collectionPoetryThis collection consists of two folders (one oversize) and seven volumes of miscellaneous poetry, mostly anonymous and undated, on a variety of subjects including childhood, death, freemasonry, politics, religion, and temperance/anti-temperance. Many of the poems are untitled; a few have been published11ocn191259573book1820Oakes, UrianThe sermon is entitled, "The unconquerable, all-conquering Souldier: or the successful warre which a believer wageth with the enemies of his soul: as also the Absolute and unparalleld victory that he obtains finally over them through the love of GOD in Jesus Christ, as it was discoursed in a Sermon preached at Boston in New England on the day of the Artillery - Election there June 3d, 1672."11ocn070981038mix1.00Science in the American British colonies collectionHistoryRecords and correspondencePhotocopies of letters relating to the establishment of the American Academy of Sciences, the study of astronomy, the presentation by John Winthrop of the first telescope in the colonies to Harvard College, and other scientific topics. Correspondents include William Avery, James Bowdoin, Robert Boyle, Thomas Brattle, John Canton, James Jurin, Increase Mather, Urian Oakes, Thomas Robie, Ezra Stiles, and John Winthrop01ocn076974103bookHarvard UniversityDeeds records: seventeenth century seriesIncludes deeds from John Newgate and from John Coggan to Harvard College; from John Betts and from Theodore Atkinson to the President and Fellows; from Thomas Sweetman to Michael Spencer; Samuel Ward to Urian Oakes; William Smith to John Richards; Joshua Scottow to Samuel Sewall; Sewall to Increase Mather; General Court to Sewall: Seth Perry to John Richards; Michael Spencer to Increase Mather; Thomas Danforth to Isaac Bowen and to John WhitneyThu Oct 16 15:20:06 EDT 2014batch24910