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fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God"s tender care of his distressed people. A sermon, preached at Lexington, April 19, 1776. To commemorate the murder, bloodshed, and commencement of hostilities, between Great Britain and America, in that town, by a brigade of troops of George III, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, on the nineteenth of April, 1775. To which is added a brief narrative of the principal transactions of that day by Jonas Clark

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Published by Printed by Powars & Willis in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Lexington, Battle of, Lexington, Mass., 1775,
  • Concord, Battle of, Concord, Mass., 1775

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Edition Notes

SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America , from its discovery to the present time -- 13316
The Physical Object
Pagination31, 8 p.
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17859832M

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  The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people. A sermon, preached at Lexington, Ap To commemorate the murder, bloodshed, and commencement of hostilities, between Great Britain and America, in that town, by a brigade of troops of George III, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, on the nineteenth of April, Pages: The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people. A sermon, preached at Lexington, Ap The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people. A sermon, preached at Lexington, Ap To commemorate the murder, blood-shed and commencement of hostilities, between Great-Britain and America, in that town, by a brigade of troops of George III, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, on the nineteenth of April,   The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people by Jonas Clark. Published by in Tarrytown, N.Y. Written in EnglishPages:

The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people. A sermon, preached at Lexington, Ap To commemorate the murder, bloodshed and commencement of hostilities, between Great-Britain and America, in that town, by a brigade of troops of George III, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, on the nineteenth of April, , The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people [microform] A sermon, preached at Lexington, Ap To commemorate the murder, blood-shed and commencement of hostilities, between Great-Britain and America, in that town, by a brigade of troops of George III, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, on the nineteenth of April, TEXT: Clark, The Fate of Blood-Thirsty Oppressors, Ap , excerpts REV. JONAS CLARK Pastor, Church of Christ, Lexington, Massachusetts The Fate of Blood-Thirsty Oppressors and God’s Tender Care of His Distressed People A SERMON PREACHED AT LEXINGTON, AP To commemorate the MURDER, BLOODSHED, and Commencement. The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and GOD’s care of his distressed people. J O E L, III. 19, 20, and EGYPT shall be a desolation, and EDOM shall be a desolate wilderness, for the violence against the children of Judah, because they have shed INNOCENT BLOOD in their land.

The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people: a sermon, preached at Lexington, Ap To commemorate the murder, bloodshed and commencement of hostilities, between Great-Britain and America, in that town, by a brigade of troops of George III, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, on the nineteenth of April, The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors, and God's tender care of his distressed people: a sermon, preached at Lexington, Ap To commemorate the murder, blood-shed and commencement of hostilities, between Great-Britain and America, in that town, by a brigade of troops of George III, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, on the nineteenth of April, The Fate of Blood-Thirsty Oppressors, and God's Tender Care of His Distressed People A Sermon, Preached at Lexington, Ap ; To Commemorate the Murder, Bloodshed and Commencement of Hostilities, Between Great-Britain and America, in That Town, by a Brigade of Troops of George III, Under Command of Lieutenant-Colonel Smith by Jonas Clark. Originally titled, The Fate of Blood-Thirsty Oppressors and God's Tender Care of His Distressed People, this book includes a sermon given by Clark on the one year anniversary of the Battle of Lexington, in which was fired "the shot heard round the world.".