3 edition of An oration, delivered in St. Philip"s Church found in the catalog.
An oration, delivered in St. Philip"s Church
John Julius Pringle
by Printed by W.P. Young, Franklin"s Head, no. 43, Broad-Street. in Charleston [S.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||By John J. Pringle, a member of the Revolution Society, and attorney general of South-Carolina.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 38326.|
|Contributions||American Revolution Society (Charleston, S.C.), South-Carolina State Society of Cincinnati.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 37,  p.|
|Number of Pages||37|
The Oration on Holy Baptism. Preached at Constantinople Jan. 6, , being the day following the delivery of that on the Holy Lights. I. Yesterday we kept high Festival on the illustrious Day of the Holy Lights; for it was fitting that rejoicings should be kept for our Salvation, and that far more than for weddings and birthdays, and namedays, and house-warmings, and registrations of children. Orat. xxiii. 1). S. Gregory left Constantinople in June, a.d. , and Tillemont places the date of this Oration soon after his return to Nazianzus. Benoit thinks that it was probably delivered on the anniversary of S. Basil's death. The Oration, as all critics are agreed, is one of great power and beauty.
The Second Theological Oration. I. In the former Discourse we laid down clearly with respect to the Theologian, both what sort of character he ought to bear, and on what kind of subject he may philosophize, and when, and to what extent. St. Philips Moravian Church A. K. Davis Award/WHS Events 1, 2 4 7 Vol Issue 2 This year’s annual oration will be delivered by Mr. Randell Jones, an award winning author and storyteller (shown above). (see book covers below) as well as other books.
Boston has its first fireworks display; in Charleston, S.C., the American Revolution Society and the Society of the Cincinnati meet at St. Philips Church Two Revolutionary officers march in a parade in Bennington, Vt. ORATOR; ORTION. or'-a-ter, o-ra'-shun: The word "orator" occurs twice: (1) As the King James Version rendering of lachash; only Isaiah , "the eloquent orator," the King James Version margin "skilful of speech," where the Revised Version (British and American) rightly substitutes "the skillful enchanter."The word lachash is probably a mimetic word meaning "a hiss," "a whisper" and is used in.
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