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1829, 1829 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 29Identifier: bMS 100, bMS 100/1 (29)
Scope and Contents: Collection includes sermons, lectures, and addresses by Channing, sixty-six letters by Channing (1803-1839), thirteen letters to Channing (1828-1839), sixteen manuscripts by Channing (1814-1837), including two drafts on Unitarian...

1841 Census of Great Britain (with proofreader's corrections). Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 22Identifier: bMS 513, bMS 513/5 (22)
Scope and Contents: Sermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including letters from leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, Hosea Ballou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May; Turner family correspondence, biographical material, and photographs.

1842, Edward Turner to daughter Amy, Amy Turner to sister Martha., 1842 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 5Identifier: bMS 513, bMS 513/5 (5)
Scope and Contents: Sermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including letters from leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, Hosea Ballou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May; Turner family correspondence, biographical material, and photographs.

1845-1847, Edward Turner to daughter Amy., 1845-1847 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 6Identifier: bMS 513, bMS 513/5 (6)
Scope and Contents: Sermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including letters from leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, Hosea Ballou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May; Turner family correspondence, biographical material, and photographs.

1849-1852, Martha Turner Brewer to father Edward Turner., 1849-1852 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 7Identifier: bMS 513, bMS 513/5 (7)
Scope and Contents: Sermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including letters from leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, Hosea Ballou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May; Turner family correspondence, biographical material, and photographs.

1870, From E.G. Brooks to Amy Turner Brown., 1870 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 8Identifier: bMS 513, bMS 513/5 (8)
Scope and Contents: Sermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including letters from leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, Hosea Ballou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May; Turner family correspondence, biographical material, and photographs.

1871-1872, From E.G. Brooks to Amy Turner Brown., 1871-1872 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 9Identifier: bMS 513, bMS 513/5 (9)
Scope and Contents: Sermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including letters from leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, Hosea Ballou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May; Turner family correspondence, biographical material, and photographs.

A sermon based on “Math: 11-29. Learn of me for I am meek & lowly in heart: and ye shall find Rest unto your Souls.” Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: bMS 733, bMS 733/1 (1)
Scope and Contents: The first sermon is 32 pages long and is based on “Math:11-29. Learn of me for I am meek & lowly in heart: and ye shall find Rest unto your Souls.” There is an inscription at the end of the sermon in a different hand which states that it is a “Sermon of the Rev. Mr. Fairfield, first minister of Saco, Maine – presented by W. Cushing to the Library of the Theological School in Cambridge.” Rev. Fairfield made a note at the end of the sermon that states it was preached at ...

A sermon based on Romans: 5-10. "We shall be saved by His Life." Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2Identifier: bMS 733, bMS 733/1 (2)
Scope and Contents: The first sermon is 32 pages long and is based on “Math:11-29. Learn of me for I am meek & lowly in heart: and ye shall find Rest unto your Souls.” There is an inscription at the end of the sermon in a different hand which states that it is a “Sermon of the Rev. Mr. Fairfield, first minister of Saco, Maine – presented by W. Cushing to the Library of the Theological School in Cambridge.” Rev. Fairfield made a note at the end of the sermon that states it was preached at ...

"A Sermon preached at Weston, May 20th, 1810, Proverbs, Third Chapter, Eleven and Twelve" Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 10aIdentifier: bMS 100, bMS 100/1 (10a)
Scope and Contents: Collection includes sermons, lectures, and addresses by Channing, sixty-six letters by Channing (1803-1839), thirteen letters to Channing (1828-1839), sixteen manuscripts by Channing (1814-1837), including two drafts on Unitarian...