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|Named Person:||Julian; Julian|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Notes:||Three sermons, each with separate title page. The condemned was Julian, an Indian convicted of the murder of John Rogers of Pembroke.
Title from half-title. Imprint from title page to the first sermon. The imprint on the title pages to the second and third sermons reads: Boston: Printed in the year 1733.
"Murder a great and crying sin. A sermon preach'd on the Lord's-Day March 4th. 1732-3. To a poor prisoner under sentence of death for that crime. By Samuel Checkley, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Boston."--26 p., 1st count (Evans 3642).
"Mercy with God for the chief of sinners. A sermon preach'd on the Lord's Day March 4th to a prisoner under sentence of death for murder. By Samuel Checkley ..."--32 p., 2nd count (Evans 3641).
"Sinners minded of a future judgment. A sermon preached to, and at the desire of, a condemned prisoner, March 18th. 1732--3. Being the Lord's Day before his execution. By Samuel Checkley ..."--32 p., 3rd count (Evans 3643).
|Description:||1 online resource (, 26, 32, 32 pages)|