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Boston, 1851-1865.

1.- Hall,N. The limits of civil obedience.
2.- Weiss, J. Reform & repeal.
-3.- Tyng ,D.A. Our country's troubles.
4.- Gannett, E.S. The state of the country.
5.- Sears, E.H. Revolution or reform.
-6.- Dewey,o. On patriotism,
7.- Stone, A.L. The divineness of human govern- .

ment.
8.- Frothingham, 0.B. The let-alone policy
9.- Dewey,o. A sermon preached on the national

fast day, at Church Green, Boston.
10.- Hedge,F.H. The national weakness.
--11.- Walker, Jas. The spirit proper to the times.

12.- Ware F.W. Our duty under reverse.
-13.- Bart81,C.A. Our sacrifices.
14.- Ware,J.F.W. Manhood, the want of the day.
15.- Ellis, G... The nation's ballot and its de-

cision.
16.- Stearns, Wm. A. À sermon delivered before the

executive & legislative departments of

the Government of Massachusetts.
17 Bartol,C.A. Extravagance.
18.- Dexter ,H.M. What ought to be done with the

Ireedmen and with the rebels?
19.- Stone, A.L. The work of New England in the

future of our country.

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S E R M O N

PREACHED IN THE

FIRST CHURCH, DORCHESTER,

JANUARY 12, 1851.

BY NATHANIEL HALL.

Published by Request.

BOSTON:

WM. CROSBY AND H. P. NICHOLS,

111, WASHINGTON STREET.

MDCCCLI.

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