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In the “Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society” are the following papers:--

Memoir of Rev. John Allyn, D. D., of Duxbury1836
Memoir of Dr. Gamaliel Bradford1846
Memoir of Hon. Judge Davis1849

The following articles in the “Christian disciple,” new series:--

On the Use of the Word Mystery, vol. II.; Remarks on Matt. XXVIII. 19, vol. III.; The Gospel a New Creation, vol. IV.; Obituary Notice of Rev. Dr. Osgood, vol. IV.

The following articles in the “Christian Examiner:” --

Reason and Faith, vol. III.; Article on Dr. Robert South's Discourses, vol IV.; Article on Dr. Paley's Life and Writings, vol. v.; Article on Dr. Young's Library of Old English Prose Writers, vol. VI., new series; Article on Crombie's Natural Theology, vol. VII., new series; Article on Reinhard's Plans and Memoirs, &c., vol. VIII., new series.

In the “American Monthly Review,” the following:--

Review of Memoirs of Oberlin1832

In the “Unitarian advocate:” --

On Isaiah LXIV. 6; The Friendship of the World.

In the “Scriptural Interpreter:” --

St. Paul's Combat at Ephesus1832

In the “Juvenile Miscellany,” edited by Mrs. Child, the following:--

Several Translations from Herder, at different times; several Illustrations of Scripture, at different times.

Right Hand of Fellowship at the Ordination of Rev. Charles Brooks, in Hingham1821
The Address to the Phi Beta Kappa Society1829
Obituary Notice of Rev. Dr. Foster, of Brighton1829
Address to the Society at the Ordination of Rev. T. B. Fox, Newburyport1831
Charge at the Installation of Rev. Edward B. Hall, Providence, R. I.1832
Address to the Society at the Ordination of Rev. John Pierpont, jun., Lynn1843
Obituary Notice of Rev. Samuel Ripley1847
Address to the Society at the Ordination of Rev. Horatio Stebbins, in Fitchburg1851
Obituary Notice of Miss Eliza Townsend1854
Mrs. Lydia Maria child.
Hobomok, an Indian Story1824
Rebels, a Tale of the Revolution1825
Juvenile Miscellany, 16 vols., editedfrom 1826 to 1834
The Girl's Own Book1831
The Mother's Book1831
The Oasis, an Antislavery Annual1833
Appeal in behalf of the Africans1833
History of Women, 2 vols.1835
Philothea, a Grecian Romance1836
Letters from New York, 2 vols.1843-4
Fact and Fiction1845
Flowers for Children, 3 vols.1845-6
Life of Isaac T. Hopper1853
The Progress of Religious Ideas through successive Ages, 3 vols.1855
Rev. Hosea Ballou.
Contributions to the Universalist Magazine1819-28
A Sermon delivered at Roxbury, January1822
A Sermon delivered at the Installation of the Rev. Thomas G. Farnsworth, in Haverhill, Mass., April 121826
The Ancient History of Universalism, from the time of the Apostles to its Condemnation in the Fifth General Council, A. D. 553; with an Appendix, tracing the Doctrine down to the Era of the Reformation1829
Articles in the “Universalist Expositor” 1830-40
Reply to Tract No. 224 of the American Tract Society1833
Introduction to an American edition of the History of the Crusades against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century, by J. C. L. Sismondi1833
A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for the Use of Universalist Societies and Families1839
Articles in the “Universalist Quarterly and General Review1844-55
A few Contributions to Religious Newspapers. 
Rev. Charles Brooks.
Perils of Truth in Controversy1820
Address before Hingham Peace Society1821
Address before Scituate Temperance Society1822
Family Prayer-book,--17th edition, 1853; 1st edition1822
Annual Address before Old Colony Peace Society1823
Account of St. Thome Christians1823
Abstract of the History of the Jews1824
Description of the Jewish Festivals1824
Daily Monitor,--Reflections for each Day in the Year1828
New Year's Sermon on Procrastination1830
Prayers for Young Persons1831
Biography of Eminent Men and Women, 2 vols.1832
Visit to Vaucluse, France1833
Visit to Mount Vesuvius during an Eruption, February1834
Leaves from a Journal,--Carnival and Holy Week at Rome1835
Discourse at the Funeral of Rev. Jacob Flint, Cohasset1835
Prussian System of Education, &c.,--Lectures delivered before the Legislatures of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Connecticut1836
History of Preaching in New England1836
Oration at Quincy, July 41837
Normal Schools,--Lecture before American Institute of Instruction, at Worcester1837
System of Education in Holland,--Introductory Lecture before the American Institute of Instruction, at Lowell1838
“Letters of a foreign Correspondent;” being Communications from Europe, on Science, Natural History, Education, Pauperism, Fine Arts, and Religion1838-44
Artesian Wells,--Account of the first one at Paris, France1841
Parisian Linguist,--an easy Method of obtaining a true Pronunciation of French1842
American School of Fine Arts,--a Speech made in Rome, Italy, Feb. 221843
Remarks at Annual Meeting of the American Unitarian Association1844
Natural History,--A Lecture before the American Institute of Instruction, at Portland1844
Protestantism in France, Christian Examiner 1844
Christian in his Closet,--Volume of Prayers for Individuals; 2d edition1845
Superintendence of the Boston Schools1845
Improvisations of Italy,--Account of Rosa Taddei, as witnessed at Rome in 18431845
Annual Report of the School Committee of Boston1846
Remarks on Education, Peace, and Labor, in Europe, 2d ed.1846
Elementary Course of Natural History,--Ornithology1847
Account of Richfield Springs, New York1847
Ride through the Gulf, Green Mountains, October1847
Four Annual Reports of the Sunday-school Society: 1. On the Evils existing; 2. On the Remedies; 3. On the Family; 4. Statistics of Schools in United States1847-50
Plan of a Farm-school for City Boys1849
Sermon on the Cholera, Greenfield1849
Concluding Lecture,--American Institute of Instruction; On the Duties of Legislatures,--at Montpelier, Vt.1849
Address at Dedication of Brooks Schoolhouse1851
Sanatory Survey of the State, Christian Examiner 1851
On Marriage of First Cousins1852
History of Medford1855
Contributions to Silliman's Journal; Journals of Education in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, and Ohio; North American Review; Knickerbocker; Graham's Magazine; Friend of Peace; Christian Citizen; Colonization Tracts; Christian Examiner; Unitarian Miscellany; Monthly Religious Magazine. 
Rev. William H. Furness.
Remarks on the Four Gospels1836
Jesus and his Biographers1838
The Spirit of the Pilgrims; an Oration delivered before the Society of the Sons of New England of Philadelphia, Dec. 221846
Derby Academy Lecture,--Doing before Believing1847
An Address delivered before the Art Union of Philadelphia1848
Mirror of Nature, translated from the German of G. H. Schubert1849
Gems of German Verse; containing the Song of the Bell, and other Translations by various hands1851
A History of Jesus, 2d edition, with Introduction and Notes1853
Domestic Worship. 
The Kingdom of Heaven, an Ordination Sermon at Somerville, Mass. 
Faith in Christ, Ordination of Mr. Hodges at Barre, Mass. 
Rev. Edward B. Hall.
A Sketch of the Life and Character of the Hon. Samuel Howe, from the Christian Examiner 1828
A Sermon on Fear as a Religious Principle1832
A Sermon on Old Age1835
Two Discourses, comprising a History of the First Congregational Church in Providence, after the Close of a Century from the Formation of the Church, with an Appendix1836
The Temperance Reform, from the “Christian Examiner,” March1840
Discourse on the National Fast, after the Death of President Harrison1841
Discourse on the Death of William E. Channing, D. D.1842
Christians forbidden to fight. Address before the Rhode Island Peace Society1844
Discourse in behalf of the Children's Friend Society1845
The Punishment of Death, from the North American Review 1845
The Value of a Man; a Discourse occasioned by the Death of Henry Wheaton1848
Memoir of Mary L. Ware, wife of Henry Ware, jun1853
The Spirit of Truth; a Discourse at the Dedication of the new Divinity Hall, in the Meadville Theological School, Pa.1854
The Scriptural Doctrine of Good Works. 
What is it to be a Unitarian? 
The Atonement. 
No Professed Religion. 
The Life and Times of John Howland; a Discourse delivered before the Rhode Island Historical Society. 
Rev. Caleb Stetson.
An Oration delivered at Lexington, July 41825
A Sermon preached before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, June 71830

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