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The pulpit orator; being a new selection of eloquent pulpit discourses, accompanied with observations on the composition and delivery of sermons, and containing pieces not found in compilations of this kind, viz. sermons of Bossuet, Massillon and Porteus; Knox's hints to public speakers; Jerningham's essay on the eloquence of the pulpit in England, and Dr. Gregory's thoughts on the composition and delivery of a sermon. [Published according to act of Congress]
Date 1804
Format Book (304 pages)
Language English
Subject Preaching
Contributor New York Public Library