Ellen Mc[?]alter March 1850 THE TONGUE: Two Practical Sermons. BY T. W. HIGGINSON, MINISTER OF THE FIRST RELIGIOUS SOCIETY IN NEWBURYPORT. NEWBURYPORT : PUBLISHED BY A. AUGUSTUS CALL. NOTE. These Sermons were preached in the regular course of Sunday ministrations ; they have no special occasion or reference, but their publication was requested. It was consented to, partly because such suggestions had been on several other occasions declined. T. W. H. RUSE & BRAGDON, DAILY UNION PRESS.
MERCHANTS : A Sunday Evening Lecture, BY T. W. HIGGINSON. " A certain prelate once exhibited to the holy saint Thomas Aquinas, great vessels of precious coins, saying "Behold ! Master Thomas, now can the church no longer say, as St Peter said, Silver and gold have I none!" "True," replies the saint, "neither can she say what immediately follows : In the name of Jesus Christ, rise up and walk." [Heraud's Savonarola. NEWBURYPORT: A. A. CALL, PUBLISHER, HUSK AND BRAGDON, PRINTERS. This lecture was one of a course now in process of delivery, by the author, in Washington Hall, Newburyport, on alternate Sunday Evenings ; and it is now published by request. January 29, 1851.
THE UNITARIAN AUTUAMAL CONVENTION, A Sermon BY THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON, MINISTER OF THE WORCESTER FREE CHURCH. "Jesus said, I have compassion on the multitude, because they continue with me now three days, and have nothing to eat."—Matt. v. 32. BOSTON: BENJAMIN B. MUSSEY & CO.
MASSACHUSETTS IN MOURNING. A SERMON, PREACHED IN WORCESTER, ON SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1854. BY THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON, Minister of the Worcester Free Church. REPRINTED, BY REQUEST, FROM THE WORCESTER DAILY SPY. BOSTON: JAMES MUNROE AND COMPANY. BOSTON: PRESS OF PRENTISS AND SAWYER, No. 19 Water Street.
THE RATIONALE OF SPIRITUALISM. BEING TWO EXTEMPORANEOUS LECTURES DELIVERED AT Dodworth's Hall, December 5, 1858 BY THE REV. T. W. HIGGINSON. REPORTED, PHONOGRAPHICALLY, BY T. J. ELLINWOOD. NEW YORK : T. J. ELLINWOOD, PUBLISHER, 5 TYRON ROW PREFACE In presenting to the public a full report of the following able lectures, we comply with a general wish on the part of those who listened to them. The report has undergone some revision, necessarily hasty, by the speaker ; and some changes have been made in the connection of the parts, to adapt it for the purposes of a pamphlet. At his suggestion, it has also been divided into three sections, with appropriate headings, instead of the original two. No other important alteration has been made. For the success of this pamphlet, we depend both upon the intrinsic merit of its contents, and the high esteem in which its talented author is held by all classes of reformers. T HE P UBLISHER Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1859, by T. J. ELLINWOOD, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court, for the Southern District of New York. PRINTED BY EDWARD O. JENKING, 26 Frankfort Street, N. Y.
THE RESULTS OF SPIRITUALISM, A Discourse DELIVERED AT DODWORTH'S HALL, SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 1859. BY THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON. PHONOGRAPHICALLY REPORTED. NEW YORK: S. T. MUNSON 5 GREAT JONES ST.