A Discourse for the Time: Delivered January 4, 1852 in the First Congregational Unitarian Church

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C. Sherman, 1852 - 23 pages
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Page 16 - I have heard that voice, coming from his inmost soul, with which he pleaded for his dear native land, and I cannot so much as try to tell you of the profound impression which he made on me.
Page 12 - Christianity teach over and over again in a thousand ways, that we are all members one of another, and that no man lives for himself?
Page 5 - But though we will not meddle with public affairs, who shall answer for it that public affairs will not meddle with us?
Page 16 - ... the mighty stream of our sympathy that shall sweep away from our land and from the earth, every vestige of oppression.
Page 3 - France, and the recent news of which made every heart, that cherishes any regard for Freedom and Humanity, burn with indignation.

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