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Charles Chauncy (1705-1787)
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Joy, the duty of survivors, on the death of pious friends and relatives : a funeral discourse on the death of Mrs. Lucy Waldo, the amiable consort of Mr. Samuel Waldo, merchant in Boston, who departed this life August 7th, 1741, in the 38th year of her age (Boston : S. Kneeland and T. Green, 1741)
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A letter from a gentleman in Boston : to Mr. George Wishart, one of the ministers of Edinburgh, concerning the state of religion in New England (Edinburgh, 1742)
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A letter to a friend : containing remarks on certain passages in a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Father in God, John Lord Bishop of Landaff, before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, at their anniversary meeting in the parish church of St. Mary-Le-Bow, February 20, 1767 : in which the highest reproach is undeservedly cast upon the American colonies
Boston : B. Green, 1767IA 
Boston : Kneeland and Adams, 1767IA 
A letter to a friend : giving a concise, but just, account, according to the advices hitherto received, of the Ohio-defeat ; and pointing out also the many good ends, this inglorious event is naturally adapted to promote ; or, shewing wherein it is fitted to advance the interest of all the American British colonies, to which is added, some general account of the New-England forces, with what they have already done, counter-balancing the above loss (Boston : Edes and Gill, 1755)
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A letter to a friend, containing remarks on certain passages in a sermon ... by ... John [Ewer] lord bishop of Landaff ... in which the highest reproach is ... cast upon the American colonies. With a suppl., by a presbyter in Old England (S. Bladon, 1768)
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Letter to Rev. Richard Price in England, condemning Bishops and Customs Commissioners [manuscript] (Edinburgh : Boston, 1770)
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Marvellous Things done by the right Hand and holy Arm of God in getting him the Victory, ed. Reiner Smolinski [Electronic Texts in American Studies] (Boston : T. Fleet, 1745)
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Marvellous things done by the right hand and holy arm of God in getting him the victory [microform] : a sermon preached the 18th of July, 1745 : being a day set apart for solemn thanksgiving to Almighty God for the reduction of Cape-Breton by His Majesty's New-England forces under the command of the Honourable William Pepperrell ... (Boston : T. Fleet ..., 1745)
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Marvelous things done by the right hand and holy arm of God in getting him the victory [microform] : a sermon preached the 18th of July, 1754, being a day set apart for solemn Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the reduction of Cape-Breton by His Majesty's New-England forces, under the command of the Honourable William Pepperrell, Esq ... and cover' d by a squadron ... commanded by Peter Warren, Esq. (Boston : Printed; London : ReM. Cooper at the Globe in Pater-noster-Row, 1745)
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Ministers cautioned against the occasions of contempt : A sermon preached before the ministers of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New England, at their annual convention, in Boston; May 31. 1744. (Boston, : Rogers and Fowle, for Samuel Eliot in Cornhill., 1744)
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The Mystery Hid from Ages and Generations Made Manifest by the Gospel-revelation (Applewood Books, 2009)
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The mystery hid from ages and generations, made manifest by the gospel-revelation: or, The salvation of all men the grand thing aimed at in the scheme of God, as opened in the New-Testament writings, and entrusted with Jesus Christ to bring into effect .. (London : C. Dilly, 1784)
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The new creature : described and considered, as the sure characteristick of a man's being in Christ : together with some seasonable advice to those who are new creatures : a sermon preached at the Boston Thursday-lecture, June 4. 1741 and made publick at the general desire of the hearers (Boston [Mass.] printed; Edinburgh : ReSamuel Clark, 1742)
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The out-pouring of the Holy Ghost : A sermon preach'd in Boston, May 13, 1742. On a day of prayer observed by the First Church there, to ask of God the effusion of his spirit. (Boston : T. Fleet, for D. Henchman and S. Eliot in Cornhill., 1742)
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A reply to Dr. Chandler's appeal defended : wherein his mistakes are rectified, his false arguing refuted, and the objections against the planned American Episcopate shown to remain in full force, notwithstanding all he has offered to render them invalid.. (Boston : D. Kneeland, 1770)
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Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New England (1743)
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Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New England : a treatise in five parts ... (Boston : Rogers and Fowle, for Samuel Eliot, 1743)
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Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England, : a treatise in five parts. I. Faithfully pointing out the things of a bad and dangerous tendency, in the late, and present, religious appearance, in the land. II. Representing the obligations which lie upon the pastors of these churches in particular, and upon all in general, to use their endeavours to suppress prevailing disorders; with the great danger of a neglect in so important a matter. III. Opening, in many instances, wherein the discouragers of irregularities have been injuriously treated. IV. Shewing what ought to be corrected, or avoided, in testifying against the evil things of the present day. V. Directing our thot's more positively, to what may be judged the best expedients, to promote pure and undefiled religion in these times. : With a preface giving an account of the Antinomians, Familists and Libertines, who infected these churches, above an hundred years ago: very needful for these days; the like spirit, an (Boston, : Rogers and Fowle, for Samuel Eliot in Cornhill, 1743)
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A sermon preached the 18th of July, 1745. Being a day set apart for solemn thanksgiving to almighty God, for the reduction of Cape-Breton by his Majesty's New England forces, under the command of the Honourable William Pepperrell, Esq. .. (Boston, : Boston, Fleet, 1745)
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