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[312] writer, and an impartial editor; a very industrious man, and a friendly neighbor; a true American patriot, and a humble, pious Christian.


Rev. John Pierpont.

The Portrait, a Political Poem1812
Airs of Palestine, a Religious Poem1816
Sermon, “What think ye of Christ?” 1823
Sermon, “Knowledge is power,” --Annual Fast1827
Sermon occasioned by the Death, at Sea, of Rev. Dr. Holley, his immediate Predecessor1827
Sermon before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company1828
Sermon, The Object of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ1828
Sermon preached at Northfield, Mass., Feb. 27, 1828, at the Ordination of Mr. Samuel Presbury1828
Sermon, “New heavens and a New earth” 1830
Sermon, “The fashion of this World passeth away” 1830
Sermon, The Garden of Graves1832
Sermon, The Great Salvation1833
Sermon, Ephesian Letters1833
Sermon preached at Northfield, Mass., March 8, at the Ordination of Mr. Oliver C. Everett1837
Sermon, Angelic Ministrations1837
Address to the Congregation, at the Installation of Mr. Henry A. Miles, at Lowell1836
Sermon, The Moral Rule of Political Action1839
Sermon, The Reformer and the Conservative1839
Sermon, Annual Fast1840
The Airs of Palestine, and other Poems,--a volume of Miscellaneous Poems1840
Sermon, “I have lost my children, and am Desolate” 1841
Sermon, “The Prophets,--do they live for ever?” 1842
Sermon, The Covenant with Judas1842
Sermon, “Man dieth, and wasteth away” 1843
Charge, at the Installation of Rev. John T. Sargent, at Somerville, Feb. 18, 18461846
Sermon, “Despise not the little ones” 1850
The American First Class Book1823
The National Reader1827

These were followed by “The introduction to the National Reader,” “The young Reader,” and “The little Learner.”

1854, “The New Reader” was compiled, and “The American first class Book,” and “The National Reader” revised.

Between 1838 and 1845, Mr. Pierpont published numerous documents, in pamphlet form, which make up his part of “The Hollis-street controversy.”


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