Edward Hitchcock sermon notes
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Sermon notes by Edward Hitchcock concerning the ways in which people proceed and are successful in enterprise, including in literature, politics, and religion. He suggests that accomplishment comes either from hard labor, often the fruit of some discomfort or need, or from a willingness to risk closeness to God and the light. Hitchcock also discusses temperance and the reasons people will never be completely free from alcohol and stimulants.
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|Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864|
|Amherst College Archives & Special Collections|
|Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864--Sermons|
Sermons, American--Outlines, syllabi, etc
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- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864. Edward Hitchcock sermon notes. 1819-1861. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://acdc.amherst.edu/view/asc:500437. (Accessed June 18, 2018.)
- APA citation style
- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864, (1819-1861) Edward Hitchcock sermon notes. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://acdc.amherst.edu/view/asc:500437
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- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://acdc.amherst.edu/view/asc:500437>.