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- Febrifugium. An essay for the cure of ungoverned anger: in a sermon preached, at the proposal and on the occasion, of a man under a sentence of death, for a murder committed by him in his anger. At Boston, 23. d. III. m. 1717. : [Two lines of quotation in Latin] (Boston, : Printed by J. Allen, for Benjamin Gray, at the corner shop, on the north-side of the town-house., 1717), by Cotton Mather and Jeremiah Fenwick (HTML at Evans TCP)
- The valley of Hinnom. The terrours of hell demonstrated and the methods of escaping the terrible miseries of the punishments on the wicked there, declared. In a sermon preached in the hearing, and at the request, of a man under a sentence of death for a murder; just before the execution of the sentence; and upon a text by himself assigned for the sermon to insist upon. At Boston, 13.d. IV.m. 1717, : [Two lines of quotation in Latin] (Boston, : Printed by J. Allen, for Robert Starke, at his shop near the new North Meeting-House, 1717), by Cotton Mather and Jeremiah Fenwick (HTML at Evans TCP)
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