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Fri Mar 21 17:09:10 2014 UTClccn-n852478880.00Commencement at Williams College, September 4, 1799. Order of the exercises0.860.96Reverend Thomas Robbins, D.D. An address delivered before the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, October 2, 1906,2817241Thomas_Robbins_(minister)n 852478881844438lccn-n81057101Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser TytlerLord1747-1813lccn-n79128955Mather, Cotton1663-1728cmplccn-n86143741Tarbox, Increase N.(Increase Niles)1815-1888edtlccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n50027520Drake, Samuel G.1798-1875np-robinson, lucius franklin$1824 1861Robinson, Lucius Franklin1824-1861trlnp-williams, thomasWilliams, Thomaslccn-n83178481Williams CollegeSociety of Alumnilccn-n79056597Williams Collegelccn-n84144403Strong, Nathan1748-1816Robbins, Thomas1777-1856HistoryChurch historyBiographyOutlines, syllabi, etcSermonsDiariesJuvenile worksTextbooksNew EnglandWorld historySermons, AmericanMather, Cotton,Funeral sermonsRobbins, Thomas,Washington, George,ReligionsConnecticut--HartfordWilliams CollegeOrdination sermonsHindusCongregationalistsPrudden, Nehemiah,Fast-day sermonsCharityPsychiatric hospitalsMentally ill--CareConnecticutIndians of North America--WarsFourth of July orationsMassachusetts--WilliamstownSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanNew York (State)--RochesterClark, Eber L.--(Eber Liscom),Speeches, addresses, etcInstallation sermonsMassachusetts--WinchendonRites and ceremoniesRobbins, Samuel P.--(Samuel Prince),Harvard UniversityUnited StatesHospitalsLiterature and scienceEducationClergyGeographyConnecticut--NorfolkConnecticut Historical SocietyMassachusetts--Mattapoisett (Town)TravelConnecticut--East WindsorConnecticut--StratfordManners and customsOhio--Western ReserveChronology, HistoricalHistory, AncientHistory, ModernMassachusettsMissions177718561795179918001801180318061815181618171818181918201821182218231824182518261828183018341836183718431846185018511853185418551883188418861887189318991900190619081911191419641969198820042010303698245277.4BR520ocn006177866ocn002604609ocn657038837ocn831811517ocn866198472ocn86643119019411ocn510890690com18000.81Robbins, ThomasAn oration, occasioned by the death of General George Washington delivered at Danbury on a day appointed to commemorate that melancholly event. January ii, M, DCCC. To which is added, a sketch of his life. By Thomas Robbins, A.MHistoryBiography17415ocn003011211book18540.70Mather, CottonMagnalia Christi Americana; or, The ecclesiastical history of New-England from its first planting in the year 1620 unto the year of Our Lord 1698, in seven booksHistoryChurch historyBiography+-+55678639051569ocn015441199book18180.81Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser TytlerElements of general history, ancient and modern to which are added, a table of chronology, &c. &c.HistoryJuvenile worksOutlines, syllabi, etcTextbooks1297ocn015444619book18150.94Robbins, ThomasA sermon, preached at East-Windsor, at the national fast, appointed by the President and Congress of the United States, January 12, 18151176ocn015575498book18160.95Robbins, ThomasA funeral sermon preached at Enfield, at the interment of the Rev. Nehemiah Prudden who died September 7, 1815, in the sixty-sixth year of his age, and the thirty-third of his ministry1169ocn002367757book18150.88Robbins, ThomasAn historical view of the first planters of New-EnglandHistoryBiography1162ocn423608033file18430.92Robbins, ThomasAn address delivered before the Society of Alumni of Williams College at their twenty-second anniversary, August 16, 18431146ocn015457952book18060.94Robbins, ThomasA sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel P. Robbins to the pastoral care of the First Church and Society in Marietta, state of Ohio, Jan. 8th, 18061147ocn005087518book18240.73Robbins, ThomasA view of all religions : and the religious ceremonies of all nations at the present day ... including an abridgement of The idolatry of the Hindoos ... with the religion and ceremonies of other pagan nations1116ocn002777711book18530.73Mather, CottonMagnalia Christi americana: or, The ecclesiastical history of New-England, from its first planting in the year 1620, unto the year of Our Lord, 1698HistoryChurch historyBiography1097ocn015571022book18170.94Robbins, ThomasA sermon preached at Orford, at the funeral of Mrs. Esther Hills Cook wife of the Rev. Elisha B. Cook and daughter of Mr. Deodat Woodbridge, who died Dec. 25, 1816, in the 21st year of her age1074ocn015569964book18190.94Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser TytlerElements of general history, ancient and modern to which are added a comparative view of ancient and modern geography, a table of chronology1026ocn659468436file18220.90Robbins, ThomasAn address delivered before a number of military companies assembled at Hartford, to celebrate our national independence, July 4, 18221002ocn697709320com18230.90Robbins, ThomasA funeral sermon on the death of the Rev. Elisha B. Cook, who was drowned at Manchester, July 11, 1823Sermons962ocn317695395com18370.90Robbins, ThomasA sermon preached at Mattapoisett-Village, Rochester at the funeral of the Rev. Lemuel Le Baron, who died Nov. 26, 1836, in the 90th year of his age and 65th of his ministryBiographySermons892ocn795889779com18240.93Robbins, ThomasThe design and tendency of Christianity to diminish the miseries and increase the happiness of mankind an address delivered at the retreat for the insane in Hartford, at the dedication of that institution to the blessing of Almighty God, and to the purposes for which it was established, April 1, 1824874ocn795889739file18230.90Robbins, ThomasAll religions and religious ceremonies in two parts : together with the religion and ceremonies of other pagan nations862ocn795889780com18200.90Robbins, ThomasEcclesiastical government a sermon preached at Winchendon (Mass.), Oct. 19, 1820, at installation of the Rev[erend] Eber L. ClarkSermons844ocn015440689book18010.93Robbins, ThomasA century sermon, delivered at Danbury, January 1, 1801 ... in which exhibited a brief view of the most remarkable events ... of Danbury ...799ocn085886394com18860.84Robbins, ThomasDiary of Thomas Robbins, D.D., 1796-1854Diaries1447ocn003144986book18860.84Robbins, ThomasDiary of Thomas Robbins, D.D., 1796-1854Diaries1128ocn015448944book18030.94Strong, NathanA sermon, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Robbins ... delivered at Norfolk, June 19th, 1803523ocn013106838book19060.96Love, William DeLossReverend Thomas Robbins, D.D. An address delivered before the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, October 2, 1906221ocn010486519book18840.70Tarbox, Increase NThomas Robbins, D.D.: A biographical sketch132ocn024894095book18030.47Strong, NathanA sermon, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Robbins ...21ocn022269693book18840.10Tarbox, Increase NThomas Robbins, D.D. : a biographical sketch21ocn044752319book1799Williams CollegeCommencement at Williams College, September 4, 1799. Order of the exercises21ocn044752318book17950.88Williams CollegeCatalogue of the students in Williams-College, October, MDCCXCVRegistersList of students, alphabetically by class, with home address of each11ocn055707528art18830.10New England Historic Genealogical SocietyThomas RobbinsBiography11ocn044752316book1799Williams CollegeCatalogus, senatus accademici, et eorum qui munera et officia accademica gesserunt ... in Collegio Gulielmo ... ab anno MDCCXCV ad annum MDCCXCIX11ocn428815710bookParris, SamuelRev. Samuel Parris sermonsBound manuscript sermons written and delivered by Samuel Parris of Salem Village (now Danvers), Massachusetts. Inscription on verso of fly leaf mentions that the sermons were delivered "thro' the witchcraft period."11ocn043798216book[Sermons11ocn027819307book19080.47Jaquith, C. AA memorial tribute to an early and honored pastor of the First Church in (East) now South Windsor, Conn.11ocn169229135art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamRobbins, Thomas11ocn756691907mixHosmer, James BidwellJames B. Hosmer papersJames B. Hosmer was a Hartford, Connecticut, businessman and entrepreneur. This collection consists of diaries, letter books, account books and correspondence. The diaries date from 1846-1863 and include notations on the weather, property management including overseeing construction, estate settlements, construction of the Wadsworth Atheneum and hiring staff for the "Historical Rooms" that contained the beginning collection of the Connecticut Historical Society at the Atheneum. Letter books, 1834-1877, contain handwritten copies of business letters Hosmer sent to his associates. The earliest account book for is the Connecticut Historical Society in account with Hosmer, who was acting as treasurer, 1839-1853. The later book is a record of the annuity paid to Thomas Robbins, the Historical Society's first librarian. This volume also includes some copies of letters, 1877-1878. Also included in the collection is correspondence, 1825-1826, with William Ely, agent of the Hartford Steamship Company, Ely's account in Merchant's Bank, and Hosmer's membership certificates in the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions and the American Bible Society11ocn270796587book18030.10Strong, NathanA sermon, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Robbins, at Norfolk, June 19, 1803, with charge11ocn767859670mix1635Drexelius, JeremiasA Right Intention is the Rule of all Humane ActionsA copy of Jeremias Drexelius' "A Right Intention is the Rule of all Humane Actions," originally published in 1635. This copy was acquired by Thomas Robbins in 184511ocn611131835mixRobbins, PhilemonRobbins family papersHistoryThe collection primarily contains writings, notebooks, sermons, and correspondence of the Rev. Philemon Robbins (1709-1781) of Branford, Connecticut, his son the Rev. Ammi Ruhanah Robbins (1740-1813) of Norfolk, Connecticut, and their close family members. Correspondents include Lazarus LeBaron (1698-1773), the Rev. Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), and Irene Robbins (1746-1800). The papers contain Philemon and Ammi's corpus of sermons, school notebooks, several astral and solar drawings and tables, Church Records from the First Congregational Church (Branford, Conn.) in 1760, and a musical score entitled "Nineteenth Century L.M.," attributed to the Rev. Thomas Robbins (1777-1856). Also included is an account of a shipwreck that Ammi's son Chandler Robbins (1738-1786) survived off the coast of Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1786, and several letters written between Ammi and his wife Elizabeth [LeBaron] Robbins (1745-1829) while he was serving in the military as a Chaplain in Col. Charles Burrall's Regiment, Schuyler's Brigade in the Canadian campaign during the Revolution11ocn168425596art18990.10Robbins, Thomas : authorBiography11ocn610434329bookTranscriptions of sermons by John Harvie and Matthew HenryCopies of sermons delivered by two ministers from Great Britain. Matthew Henry was a non-conformist minister who preached in Cheshire, England. Harvie was the minister at the Parish of Blackburn, Lancashire, England. Inside the front cover is a list of the sermons giving the page number, probably completed by Robbins+-+9627913796+-+9627913796Fri Mar 21 15:35:41 EDT 2014batch24369