A fine assemblage of three important early Rhode Island Imprints for the Baptists. Two were delivered on the death of General George Washington and one on the Fourth of July for 1800. Extensive content involving the relationship between freedom of religion, liberty of conscience, and the newly formed United States of America.
Burrill, Colonel George C. An Oration Pronounced at the Baptist Meeting House in Providence, on Tuesday the Seventh of January, 1800. At the Funeral Ceremony on the Death of Gen. George Washington. Providence. John Carter. 15pp. Disbound.
Gano, Stephen. A Sermon on the Death of General George Washington; Delivered Lord's Day, January 5, 1800, before the Baptist Society in Providence. Providence. John Carter. 1800. 20pp. Disbound.
Russell, Jonathan. An Oration, Pronounced in the Baptist Meeting-House, in Providence, on the Anniversary of American Independence, July 4, 1800. Providence. Bennett Wheeler. 1800. 23pp. Disbound.