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on of Rev. Hiram Withington, Leominster, Mass.1844 A Sermon occasioned by the Death of Mrs. John Howe, and others1844 A Sermon on doing justly1845 A Sermon on the Death of Children1845 A Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. Frank P. Appleton, Danvers, Mass.1846 A Sermon on the Limits of Civil Obedience1851 A Sermon commemorative of the Life and Services of Robert Thaxter, M. D.1852 A Sermon on the Death of Mr. James Pierce1853 A Sermon preached at West Cambridge after the Death of Rev. James F. Brown1853 Mrs. Jane Turell. This lady, daughter of Rev. Benjamin Colman, D. D., was born in Boston, Feb. 25, 1708; was married to Rev. Ebenezer Turell, of Medford, Aug. 11, 1726; joined the church, Oct. 29, 1727; and died March 26, 1735. She had three children, all of whom died early. Some further notice of this talented, accomplished, and Christian lady is required at our hands; and we gladly rely on the statements contained in Two sermons, preached at Medford, April 6, 1735, b