1781 David Hall Sermon American Revolutionary War Worcester Sutton Massachusetts

HALL, David

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David Hall was an 18th-century American preacher, known for being the first pastor of the first Congregational Church in Worcester, Massachusetts. “A Sermon Preached at Sutton on October 24th, 1779” is a sermon on God’s free grace and the teachings of the Apostle Paul in the New Testament.

 

This book is a fine example of early American literature, published at the height of the Revolutionary War.

 

This copy is unique in that it belonged to the Hall family, specifically David’s grandson Lemuel. As a result, in addition to the primary work there is included a Hall family genealogy as well as 2 photographic portraits of Rev. David Hall and his wife, Elizabeth Prescot Hall.

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1781 David Hall Sermon American Revolutionary War Worcester Sutton Massachusetts

 

David Hall was an 18th-century American preacher, known for being the first pastor of the first Congregational Church in Worcester, Massachusetts. “A Sermon Preached at Sutton on October 24th, 1779” is a sermon on God’s free grace and the teachings of the Apostle Paul in the New Testament.

 

This book is a fine example of early American literature, published at the height of the Revolutionary War.

 

This copy is unique in that it belonged to the Hall family, specifically David’s grandson Lemuel. As a result, in addition to the primary work there is included a Hall family genealogy as well as 2 photographic portraits of Rev. David Hall and his wife, Elizabeth Prescot Hall.

 

Item number: #8688

Price: $750

HALL, David

A sermon, preached at Sutton, (County of Worcester), October 24th, 1779.

Worcester, <Massachusetts> Printed by Isaiah Thomas, at his Office near the Court-House [MDCCLXXXI]. [1781]

 

Details:

  • Collation:

o   12, 26

o   2 photographic portraits

  • References: Sabin 29750;
  • Provenance: Bookplate

o   Mr. Lemuel R. Hall

  • According to the genealogy within the work itself:
  • Lemuel Hall, Sr.
  • “Lemuel, merchant, Pomfret, Connecticut. Born August 11, 1752; died 1833, and his wife 1832. He was Brigadier-General, also Judge of Probate. His first wife, Eunice Putnam, daughter of [esteemed] General Israel Putnam. By her he had four sons—Lemuel, Ebenezer, Guy, Lewis. His second wife, Sarah Perkins, daughter of Doctor Perkins, of New London, Connecticut. Three daughters by second wife—Eunice, resident of New London; Sarah, married Dea Coit, of Norwich, Connecticut; Eleanor, deceased.
  • Lemuel Ruggles Hall
  • “Lemuel Ruggles Hall came to Wisconsin in early boyhood, was educated at Racine, Wisconsin in the year 1855. Removed to LaCrosse, Wisconsin, went into banking house and then into mercantile business, starting a branch store at LaCrescent, Minnesota in 1857. May 23, 1866, married Mary A. Peck, of Alexander, New York, who died November 5, 1868, aged 25 years. In 1865 was appointed United States Collector of Internal Revenue for 3[r]d District of Minnesota, holding position three years. In 1868 removed to Houston, Minnesota, continuing in mercantile business there. In 1872 was elected to the Legislature, representing Houston county in the Assembly. Same year was appointed secretary of the State Republican Convention of Minnesota. In year 1873 and then moved to Chicago, Illinois. May 29 of that year was married by Rev. A.E. Kittredge to Augusta N., daughter of Nathaniel and S.A. Norton, of Chicago.”
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
  • Size: ~8in X 5in (20cm x 13cm)

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8688

Categories

Americana, American History

Religion

Authors

HALL, David

Printing Date

18th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete