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Fri Mar 21 17:05:10 2014 UTClccn-n850090980.00Papers, 1721-18460.791.00Letters from the Edwards family,14858038Jonathan_Edwards_(the_younger)n 850090981345544lccn-n86084977Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondagelccn-n79084179Edwards, Jonathan1703-1758lccn-n82133767Ferm, Robert L.lccn-n85024778Erskine, John1721-1803edtlccn-n86115509Edwards, Tryon1809-1894lccn-n79042218ConnecticutGeneral Assemblylccn-n85277145Occom, Samson1723-1792lccn-n90725270American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n85024773Emmons, Nathanael1745-1840lccn-nr2002020060Connecticut Society of Arts and SciencesEdwards, Jonathan1745-1801SermonsControversial literatureCreedsBiographyHistoryTrials, litigation, etcRedemptionEmotionsPsychology, ReligiousUnited StatesSlaverySlave tradeSermons, AmericanSalvationCongregational churchesMohegan languageFuture punishmentFuture lifeUniversalismRedemption--Biblical teachingAtonementEdwards, Jonathan,Free will and determinismOrdination sermonsGrace (Theology)Sermons, EnglishIndians of North America--LanguagesBrown, William,Sherman, Roger,Marriage with deceased wife's sisterChristian ethicsHopkins, Samuel,Love--Religious aspects--Christianity--History of doctrinesSelf-denialBibleEmotions--Religious aspects--ChristianityDwight, Timothy,TheologyFuneral sermonsBradley, Dan,Theology, DoctrinalChristian lifeConnecticut--New HavenUnion College (Schenectady, N.Y.)PresidentsReligion and stateReformed Church in AmericaNecessity (Philosophy)LibertyMahican IndiansAlgonquian languagesPaul, Moses,Mahican languageElection sermonsConnecticutRedemption--History of doctrines17451801174817671768177417761778178017821783178417851786178717881789179017911792179317941795179717991801180218071808181118181822182318241829183318341840184218431850185418591860186319031953195619571958196019611968196919731974197519761980198319851987198819901991199719992000200220052008200920117588131533241Z1215ocn511050752ocn656964593ocn012881418ocn003685423ocn837176304ocn682444564ocn155834420ocn163615433ocn163615448ocn16361544991746ocn062828034file17910.84Edwards, JonathanThe injustice and impolicy of the slave-trade, and of the slavery of the Africans illustrated in a sermon preached before the Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and for the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage, at their annual meeting in New-Haven, September 15, 1791.SermonsControversial literature75362ocn642299915com17870.81Edwards, JonathanObservations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians in which the extent of that language in North-America is shewn ; ... Communicated to the Connecticut Society of Arts and Scicnces [sic] By Jonathan Edwards+-+K87302433658022ocn011077175book17900.76Edwards, JonathanThe salvation of all men strictly examined and the endless punishment of those who die impenitent, argued and defended against the objections and reasonings of the late Rev. Doctor Chauncy, of Boston in his book entitled "The salvation of all men."39918ocn000793458book17970.73Edwards, JonathanA dissertation concerning liberty & necessity; containing remarks on the essays of Dr. Samuel West, and on the writings of several other authors, on those subjects"I began this Dissertation before I saw Dr. West's second edition of his First Part published with his Second Part: But on hearing, that he was about to publish his sentiments on Liberty and Necessity more largely, suspended the prosecution of my design, that I might see what he should further publish. Since the publication of the second part, I have been necessarily though reluctantly kept back till this time, from finishing what I had begun. At length I send it forth, requesting the candour of all who shall read it. If ever candour to a writer be reasonably requested, it is so, on the deep and difficult subjects brought under consideration in this Dissertation. The quotations from the Doctor's first part, are made according to the pages of the first edition, with which I began. Yet wherever any variation in words, between the first and second editions, has been noticed; the second edition has been followed in that respect. When I quote the first part the page or pages only are referred to. When I quote the second part, I specify the part as well as the pages"32020ocn511050752file17740.79Edwards, JonathanA history of the work of redemption Containing, the outlines of a body of divinity, in a method entirely new. By the late Reverend Mr Jonathan Edwards.History29427ocn015440619book17850.92Edwards, JonathanThe necessity of atonement and the consistency between that and free grace, in forgiveness, illustrated in three discoursesSermons21414ocn062828040com17930.81Edwards, JonathanA sermon delivered at the funeral of the Honorable Roger Shermon [sic] Esq. senator of the United States of America. Who deceased the 23 of July 1793.Sermons19614ocn642777194com17920.81Edwards, JonathanFaith, and a good conscience illustrated in a sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Reverend William Brown, to the pastoral office in the First Church in Glastenbury [sic], on the 27th. of June, 1792 ; and printed at the request of the hearers. By Jonathan Edwards, D.D. Pastor of a church in New-HavenSermons19211ocn642787211file17800.79Edwards, JonathanSermons, on the following subjects the manner in which salvation is to be sought. The unreasonableness of indetermination in religion. Unbelievers contemn the glory of Christ. The folly of looking back in fleeing out of Sodom. The warnings of Scripture in the best manner adapted to the awakening and conversion of sinners. Hypocrites deficient in the duty of prayer. The future punishment of the wicked unavoidable and intolerable. The eternity of hell-torments. The peace which Christ gives his true followers. The perpetuity & change of the Sabbath. By the late Reverend Mr. Jonathan Edwards, president of the College of New-JerseySermons1809ocn062828032com17480.81Edwards, JonathanA farewell sermon, to the people of Colebrook, delivered July 14th, 1799Sermons16810ocn062828028file17840.86Edwards, JonathanBrief observations on the doctrine of universal salvation, as lately promulgated at New-Haven16014ocn062828035book17920.90Edwards, JonathanThe marriage of a wife's sister considered in a sermon delivered in the Chapel of Yale-College, on the evening after the commencement, September 12, A.D. 1792 ; being the anniversary concio ad clerum.Sermons15218ocn083416287com17880.86Occom, SamsonA sermon at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian who had been guilty of murder, preached at New Haven in America. By Samson Occom, a native Indian ... To which is added a short account of the late spread of the Gospel, among the Indians. Also Observations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; ... by Jonathan Edwards, D.DTrials, litigation, etcSermons1369ocn062828037file17940.88Edwards, JonathanThe necessity of the belief of Christianity by the citizens of the state, in order to our political prosperity illustrated in a sermon, preached before His Excellency Samuel Huntington, Esq. L.L.D. Governor, and the Honorable the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, convened at Hartford on the day of the anniversary election. May 8th, 1794.13612ocn006297418book18590.63Park, Edwards AmasaThe Atonement, Discourses and treatises13415ocn765805420com18230.86Edwards, JonathanObservations on the language of the Muhhekaneew Indians12510ocn005639559book18420.81Edwards, JonathanThe works of Jonathan Edwards, D.D., late president of Union CollegeHistoryBiographySermonsControversial literatureRomans 5:12 (p. 142-159) ; Romans 8:19-24 (p. 159-179) ; Colossians 1:19, 20, Ephesians 1:10, and 1 Timothy 2:4 (p. 179-192) ; Psalm 8:5, 6, Hebrews 2:6-9, Philippians 2:9-11, 1 Corinthians 15:24-29, Revelation 5:13 (p. 192-211) ; Mark 14:21 (p. 244-249) ; (Psalm 37:37) (p. 509-518) ; (Ephesians 1:7) (v.2, p. 11-53) ; 2 Corinthians 4:2)(v.2, p. 53-75) ; (Matthew 7:12) (v.2, p. 75-98) ; (Acts 20:20) (v.2, p. 98-124) ; (Leviticus 18:16) (v.2, p. 124-142) ; (1 Timothy 1:19) (v.2, p. 142-161) ; (John 7:17) (v.2, p. 161-173) ; (Psalm 46:1) (v.2, p. 173-185) ; (Psalm 144:15) (v.2, p. 185-210) ; (John 18:37) (v.2, p. 210-224) ; (2 Corinthians 13:2) (v.2, p. 224-238) ; (Romans 13:1, 2) (v.2, p. 238-248) ; (Acts 3:19) (v.2, p. 248-258) ; (1 Corinthians 1:30) (v.2, p. 258-274) ; (1 Corinthians 1:23) (v.2, p. 274-291) ; (Hebrews 4:14) (v.2, p. 291-302) ; (2 Timothy 1:10) (v.2, p. 302-323) ; (Isaiah 28:17) (v.2, p. 323-340) ; (Acts 20:32) (v.2, p. 340-348) ; (Philippians 2:13) (v.2, p. 348-361) ; (Romans 3:31) (v.2, p. 361-378) ; (Romans 8:33) (v.2, p. 378-387) ; (Matthew 5:15) (v.2, p. 387-401) ; (1 Timothy 1:11) (v.2, p. 401-412) ; (Matthew 7:13) (v.2, p. 412-428) ; (1 Timothy 1:15) (v.2, p. 428-447) ; (1 Peter 4:8) (v.2, p. 447-459)1219ocn062828027book17920.88Edwards, JonathanAll divine truth profitable illustrated in a sermon preached at Hamden, January 11th, 1792. at the ordination of the Rev. Dan Bradley, to the pastoral charge of the First Church in Whites-Town, in the state of New-YorkSermons1195ocn642777215com17830.73Edwards, JonathanThe faithful manifestation of the truth, the proper and immediate end of preaching the Gospel a sermon delivered November 5, 1783. At the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Timothy Dwight, to the pastoral office over the church in Greenfield. By Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Pasto of a church in New-Haven. [Three lines from II Corinthians]Sermons1085ocn015440447book18180.93Articles of faith and form of covenant adopted by the Congregational Church in Leicester, Massachusetts, October 3, 1805 ... by the Church of Christ in Candia, New-Hampshire, May 22, 1816, and by the Congregational Church in Chester, January 13, 1818 with Scripture proofs and illustrations : to which are added, resolutions of President EdwardsCreeds6623ocn002606710book19760.56Ferm, Robert LJonathan Edwards the Younger, 1745-1801 : a colonial pastor1501ocn014717937book19870.73Post, Stephen GarrardChristian love and self-denial : an historical and normative study of Jonathan Edwards, Samuel Hopkins, and American theological ethicsHistory1268ocn015443890book18010.94Smith, RobertA discourse on occasion of the death of the Rev. Jonathan Edwards, D.D., president of Union College delivered on the third day of August, A.D. 1801, in the Reformed Dutch Church at SchenectadySermons971ocn423584602com18420.81Edwards, JonathanThe works of Jonathan Edwards, D.D., late president of Union CollegeHistoryBiographySermonsControversial literatureRomans 5:12 (p. 142-159) ; Romans 8:19-24 (p. 159-179) ; Colossians 1:19, 20, Ephesians 1:10, and 1 Timothy 2:4 (p. 179-192) ; Psalm 8:5, 6, Hebrews 2:6-9, Philippians 2:9-11, 1 Corinthians 15:24-29, Revelation 5:13 (p. 192-211) ; Mark 14:21 (p. 244-249) ; (Psalm 37:37) (p. 509-518) ; (Ephesians 1:7) (v.2, p. 11-53) ; 2 Corinthians 4:2)(v.2, p. 53-75) ; (Matthew 7:12) (v.2, p. 75-98) ; (Acts 20:20) (v.2, p. 98-124) ; (Leviticus 18:16) (v.2, p. 124-142) ; (1 Timothy 1:19) (v.2, p. 142-161) ; (John 7:17) (v.2, p. 161-173) ; (Psalm 46:1) (v.2, p. 173-185) ; (Psalm 144:15) (v.2, p. 185-210) ; (John 18:37) (v.2, p. 210-224) ; (2 Corinthians 13:2) (v.2, p. 224-238) ; (Romans 13:1, 2) (v.2, p. 238-248) ; (Acts 3:19) (v.2, p. 248-258) ; (1 Corinthians 1:30) (v.2, p. 258-274) ; (1 Corinthians 1:23) (v.2, p. 274-291) ; (Hebrews 4:14) (v.2, p. 291-302) ; (2 Timothy 1:10) (v.2, p. 302-323) ; (Isaiah 28:17) (v.2, p. 323-340) ; (Acts 20:32) (v.2, p. 340-348) ; (Philippians 2:13) (v.2, p. 348-361) ; (Romans 3:31) (v.2, p. 361-378) ; (Romans 8:33) (v.2, p. 378-387) ; (Matthew 5:15) (v.2, p. 387-401) ; (1 Timothy 1:11) (v.2, p. 401-412) ; (Matthew 7:13) (v.2, p. 412-428) ; (1 Timothy 1:15) (v.2, p. 428-447) ; (1 Peter 4:8) (v.2, p. 447-459)155ocn021891900book19880.92Minkema, Kenneth PThe Edwardses : a ministerial family in eighteenth-century New EnglandHistoryChurch historyBiography92ocn001600583book19580.81Ferm, Jules Robert LivingstonJonathan Edwards the younger and the American reformed tradition31ocn012874726book19580.47Ferm, Robert LJonathan Edwards the younger and the American reformed tradition11ocn052858111art1999Edwards, Jonathan, Jr11ocn863412430book18500.32Edwards, JonathanA treatise concerning religious affections in three parts"In this book, the author discusses religious affections. Split into three parts, the book explains the nature of the affections, and their importance in religion, holy affections, and grace." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)11ocn191259377bookGoffe, JosephHistoryThis collection of papers, for the period 1721 to 1846, includes the papers of the Clough and Waters families, and of Rev. Joseph Goffe. Most of the Clough family papers belong to Benjamin Clough and his estate, and to his son William Clough. These include deeds, wills, receipts (many for medicine and medical attendance), two bills of sale (one for one-quarter of a sloop and one for a church pew), and a Clough/Waters family genealogy12ocn702166706mix1.00Bellamy, JosephJoseph Bellamy papersHistoryThe papers consist of correspondence, sermons and manuscripts of Joseph Bellamy, theologian and minister. In 1738 Bellamy became minister of the new parish of Bethlehem, Connecticut, where he remained until his death. He was a disciple of Jonathan Edwards and a prominent advocate of the New Light theology in the Great Awakening. Correspondents include Jonathan Edwards, John Erskine, Samuel Finley, Samuel Hopkins, John Long, William Smith, and Benjamin Trumbull11ocn035571579art19680.47Hopkins, SamuelMemoirs of the life, experience and character of the late Rev. Jonathan Edwards, A.M., president of the college, at Prince-town, in New-JerseyBiography11ocn017946275book1778General Association of ConnecticutProposals. At a meeting of the General Association, of the State of Connecticut, at Northford, June 17th. 1778Votes to sponsor publication by subscription of a volume of sermons by Jonathan Edwards, Sr., to be edited by his son11ocn702138537mix1.00Edwards, JonathanJonathan Edwards collectionHistorySourcesSermonsThe collection consists of writings, correspondence, documents, printed materials, photographs, and artifacts documenting the lives and work of Jonathan Edwards and his family. Jonathan Edwards' papers contain the great majority of his surviving manuscripts. These include over one thousand sermons; private theological and philosophical notebooks, including the nine volume "Miscellanies" and four volume "Notes on the Scripture;" Edwards'interleaved Bible. In addition, there is a box of Jonathan Edwards' correspondence; principal correspondents include Joseph Bellamy and Thomas Foxcroft11ocn702144809mix1.00Ryland, JohnLetters from the Edwards familyHistory32 ALS, 28 written by Jonathan Edwards, Jr. to John Ryland, dated 1785-1800. There are two letters from S. E. Dwight (dated 1818 and 1822), and one letter each from Jonathan Walter Edwards (dated 1803) and Timothy Edwards (dated 1819). The letters concern Ryland's and the Edwards family's mutual interest in Jonathan Edwards, Sr., with news of his descendants and the disposition of Edwards's papers. Jonathan Edwards Jr.'s letters also contain discussions of the various theological concerns of his time11ocn463619730mixTerry, RoderickRoderick Terry Jr. Autograph CollectionHistoryContained in this collection are correspondence, documents, surveys, lists, financial transactions, and poems. Items in this collection come from people prominent in colonial and early United States history, including: George Washington, John Hancock, Ethan Allen, Aaron Burr, Henry Clay, Jonathan Edwards, Ethan Allen, Baron von Steuben, Lord North, Edmund Randolph, Ezra Stiles. Also included are letters and documents from Rhode Island and Newport residents during the 17th and 18th centuries. Notable literary figures included in this collection are Ralph Waldo Emerson, Victor Hugo, W.D. Howells, and four of the five Fireside Poets (Oliver Wendell Holmes, William Cullen Bryant, John Greenleaf Whittier and James Russell Lowell)11ocn870523412mix1.00Bellamy, JosephJoseph Bellamy papersThe papers consist of correspondence, a sermon, and manuscripts of Joseph Bellamy, theologian and minister. In 1738 Bellamy became minister of the new parish in Bethelem, Conn., where he remained until his death. He was a disciple of Jonathan Edwards and a prominent advocate of New Light theology in the Great Awakening. Correspondants include Jonathan Edwards, John Erskine, Samuel Finley, Samuel Hopkins, John Long, William Smith, and Benjamin Trumbull11ocn702179680mix17971.00Edwards, JonathanLetter : New Haven, to an unidentified recipientHistoryALS to "Dear Brother," asking the recipient to exchange pulpits on the following Sabbath. Annotations in another contemporary hand concern Massachusetts Presbyterians; the Great Awakening at Princeton; and the publishing history of The Christian History (1743)11ocn702153296bks1.00Chenango purchase papersManuscript legal documents, statements of accounts, and notes, in various hands, documenting the proposed purchase of land in present-day western New York State (possibly Broome County) by a group of Massachusetts and Connecticut investors doing business as the Chenango Proprietors. Association members, investors, and agents of the "Chenango Purchase" represented in the papers include Azariah Egleston, Jonathan Edwards, Timothy Edwards, John Harper, David Pixley, Samuel Brown, and Joseph Raymond11ocn078572507book19531.00Ewert, Wesley CarlJonathan Edwards the younger; a biographical essay+-+K873024336+-+K873024336Fri Mar 21 15:45:31 EDT 2014batch35630