Name Sabin Americana: History of the Americas 1500–1926
Online Source https://www.gale.com/c/sabin-americana-history-of-the-americas-1500-1926
Description

Covering more than 400 years and more than 65,000 volumes in North, Central, and South America and the West Indies, this digital collection highlights the society, politics, religious beliefs, culture, contemporary opinions, and momentous events of the time through sermons, political tracts, newspapers, books, pamphlets, maps, legislation, literature, and more.

Citation

Sabin Americana: History of the Americas 1500–1926

Title List

Displaying 9 titles of 9 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
14253 An elegiac poem, on the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of Jesus Christ, the late reverend, and pious George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c. &c. Who made his exit from this transitory state, to dwell in the celestial realms of bliss, on Lord's-Day, 30th of September, 1770, when he was seiz'd with a fit of the asthma, at Newbury-Port, near Boston, in New-England. In which is a condolatory address to his truly noble benefactress the worthy and pious Lady Huntingdon;-- and the orphan-children in Georgia; who, with many thousands are left, by the death of this great man, to lament the loss of a father, friend, and benefactor. By Phillis, a servant girl of 17 years of age, belonging to Mr. J. Wheatley, of Boston:--And has been but 9 years in this country from Africa. Wheatley, Phillis
1770
15517 An Elegiac Poem, On the Death of that celebrated Divine, and eminent Servant of Jesus Christ, the Reverend and Learned George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c. &c. Who made his exit from this transitory State, to dwell in the celestial Realms of Bliss, on Lord's-Day, 30th of September, 1770, when he was seiz'd with a Fit of the Asthma, at Newbury-Port, near Boston, New-England. In which is a Condolatory Address to His truly noble Benefactress the worthy and pious Lady Huntingdon; and the Orphan-Children in Georgia, who, with many Thousands are left, by the Death of this great Man, to lament the Loss of a Father, Friend, and Benefactor. By Phillis, A Servant Girl, of 17 Years of Age, belonging to Mr. J. Wheatley, of Boston:–She has been but 9 Years in this Country from Africa. Wheatley, Phillis
1770
14863 An elegy, sacred to the memory of the great divine, the Reverend and learned Dr. Samuel Cooper, who departed this life December 29, 1783, aetatis 59. By Phillis Peters. Wheatley, Phillis
1784
13812 An ode of verses on the much-lamented death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, late Chaplain to the Countess of Huntington, who departed this life, at Newberry near Boston in New England on the thirtieth of September, 1770, in the fifty-seventh year of his age. Compos'd in America by a negro girl seventeen years of age, and sent over to a gentleman of character in London. Wheatley, Phillis
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1771
14413 Fall River, an authentic narrative. By the author of "Tales, National, Revolutionary," &c. &c. Williams, Catherine Read
1833
14289 Hobomok, a tale of early times. By an American. Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Cummings, Hilliard and Co. (Boston)
1824
14403 Philothea. A romance. By Mrs. Child. Author of 'The Mother's Book,' &c. Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Otis, Broaders, and Co. (Boston)
George Dearborn (New York City)
1836
14228 Productions of Mrs. Maria W. Stewart: presented to the First African Baptist Church & Society of the city of Boston. Stewart, Maria W.
Friends of Freedom and Virtue (Boston)
1835
14400 The Oasis. Edited by Mrs. Child, author of "An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans." Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot
Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Bradley, James
Whittier, Miss E. H.
May, Reverend S. J.
Florence,
Gould, Hannah Flagg
Whittier, John Greenleaf
Allen and Ticknor (Boston)
1834