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The Resource God sometimes answers his people, by terrible things in righteousness : A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap which struck the meeting-house in N. London, Aug. 31st. 1735. At what time one was killed outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, yet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with the rest of the congregation, from immediate death. As it was delivered (Sept. 7th.) the Lord's Day following. By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the church there. [Three lines of quotations], (electronic resource)

God sometimes answers his people, by terrible things in righteousness : A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap which struck the meeting-house in N. London, Aug. 31st. 1735. At what time one was killed outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, yet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with the rest of the congregation, from immediate death. As it was delivered (Sept. 7th.) the Lord's Day following. By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the church there. [Three lines of quotations], (electronic resource)

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God sometimes answers his people, by terrible things in righteousness : A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap which struck the meeting-house in N. London, Aug. 31st. 1735. At what time one was killed outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, yet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with the rest of the congregation, from immediate death. As it was delivered (Sept. 7th.) the Lord's Day following. By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the church there. [Three lines of quotations]
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God sometimes answers his people, by terrible things in righteousness
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A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap which struck the meeting-house in N. London, Aug. 31st. 1735. At what time one was killed outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, yet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with the rest of the congregation, from immediate death. As it was delivered (Sept. 7th.) the Lord's Day following. By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the church there. [Three lines of quotations]
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eng
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MWA
Citation location within source
  • 3861
  • 19
  • 320
  • 200
  • W12423
Citation source
  • Evans
  • Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut
  • Johnson, H.A. New London
  • Sabin
  • English Short Title Catalog
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1677-1753
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Adams, Eliphalet
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dictionaries
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1679-1757
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Green, Timothy
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  • Burch, Edward
  • First Church of Christ (New London, Conn.)
  • Lightning
  • Thunderstorms
  • New London (Conn.)
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God sometimes answers his people, by terrible things in righteousness : A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap which struck the meeting-house in N. London, Aug. 31st. 1735. At what time one was killed outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, yet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with the rest of the congregation, from immediate death. As it was delivered (Sept. 7th.) the Lord's Day following. By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the church there. [Three lines of quotations], (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • The young man killed was Edward Burch. Cf. Collections of the New London County Historical Society, v. 1, p. 293
  • Half-title: Mr. Adams's sermon, on Psal. 65. 5. By terrible things in righteousness, wilt thou answer us, O God of our salvation
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
  • Signatures: A-G4
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ESTCW12423
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80
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[4],vi,46p.
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electronic
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God sometimes answers his people, by terrible things in righteousness : A discourse occasioned by that awful thunder-clap which struck the meeting-house in N. London, Aug. 31st. 1735. At what time one was killed outright and diverse others much hurt and wounded, yet graciously & remarkably preserved, together with the rest of the congregation, from immediate death. As it was delivered (Sept. 7th.) the Lord's Day following. By Eliphalet Adams, M.A. and Pastor of the church there. [Three lines of quotations], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • The young man killed was Edward Burch. Cf. Collections of the New London County Historical Society, v. 1, p. 293
  • Half-title: Mr. Adams's sermon, on Psal. 65. 5. By terrible things in righteousness, wilt thou answer us, O God of our salvation
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
  • Signatures: A-G4
Control code
ESTCW12423
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],vi,46p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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