Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802
Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802

Sanborn & Stevens, Revival Sermons, Newburyport, Massachusetts 1802

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Sanborn, Peter; Stevens, John H. Three Sermons, delivered in Newburyport, February, 1801; being a time of attention to religion. bound with Two Sermons, delivered in Newburyport, February, 1801: Being a time of awakening. Newburyport, [MA]: Allen & Stickney, 1802.

Two pamphlets with separate title pages and a general half title, "Rev. Mr. Sanborn's and Rev. Mr. Stevens' Sermons, delivered in Newburyport. Removed, 5 x 8 inches, (iv.), (5), 6-47, (iii.), (1-3), 4-24. Some old stains. Printed in old font. Good. Pamphlet.  [3789] 

The Sanborn piece is Sabin 76356; Roberts 4761. Stevens is Roberts 5122. "1. The Malady of sin illustrated, a sermon delivered at Rev. Samuel Spring's Meeting House, pp. 3-13. 2. The Gracious presence of God, a sermon delivered at Mr. Boddily's Meeting House, pp. 14-24."

"In Newburyport, a revival, which began [1800], marked the opening of this period. It was most powerful, in connection with the Fourth, or Prospect Street Church; the present pastor of which has recently said that the influence of it 'extended over this whole community, and seemed to mould the characters of scores of God's children in this city for eternity.'" - Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of Essex County, Mass. (1865)

A total of five sermons preached by at the height of the revival.