A SERMON, DELIVERED FEBRUARY 5, 1799; RECOMMENDED BY THE CLERGY OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK, TO BE OBSERVED AS A DAY OF THANKSGIVING, HUMILIATION, AND PRAYER, ON ACCOUNT OF THE REMOVAL OF A MALIGNANT AND MORTAL DISEASE, WHICH HAD PREVAILED IN THE CITY SOME TIME BEFORE. Samuel Miller.

A SERMON, DELIVERED FEBRUARY 5, 1799; RECOMMENDED BY THE CLERGY OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK, TO BE OBSERVED AS A DAY OF THANKSGIVING, HUMILIATION, AND PRAYER, ON ACCOUNT OF THE REMOVAL OF A MALIGNANT AND MORTAL DISEASE, WHICH HAD PREVAILED IN THE CITY SOME TIME BEFORE.

New York: George Forman, 1799. 36pp, as issued. Disbound, light dusting. Good+.

A table at page 36 totals 2082 deaths, listed by religions. These include eleven Jews and "Negroes... 43." Miller was a minister of the United Presbyterian Church in New York. He contends that God is responsible for "arresting the progress of the destructive malady," after humans had failed to apply "prudent precaution."
Evans 35821. ESTC W3077. Not in Austin. Item #36164

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