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100 1  Church, John Hubbard,|d1772-1840 
245 10 Thoughts on the character and blessedness of those who die
       in the Lord:|h[electronic resource] :|bbeing the substance
       of a discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Clarissa 
       Butler, (wife of Mr. Samuel Butler, of Pelham, New-
       Hampshire) who died March 7th, 1803, in the 26th year of 
       her age. /|cBy John Hubbard Church, pastor of the church 
       in Pelham 
260    Concord [N.H.]: :|bPrinted by George Hough.,|c1804 
300    [2], 21, [1] p. ;|c21 cm 
500    Half-title: Rev. Mr. Church's discourse, at the funeral of
       Mrs. Clarissa Butler 
500    Last page blank 
500    "Advertisement. As the substance of the following 
       discourse was delivered extempore, and as it was several 
       months before the author was desired to furnish a copy for
       the press ... he may have omitted some things then spoken,
       and inserted others not then delivered ..."--verso of 
       title page 
510 4  Shaw & Shoemaker|c6016 
530    Microform version available in the Readex Early American 
       Imprints series 
533    Electronic text and image data.|b[Chester, Vt. :|cReadex, 
       a division of Newsbank, Inc.,|d2004-2007]|eIncludes files 
       in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword 
       searchable text.|f(Early American imprints. Second series 
       ; no. 6016) 
600 10 Butler, Clarissa,|d1778-1803 
650  0 Death|vMeditations 
655  7 Funeral sermons|y1804.|2rbgenr 
740 0  Rev. Mr. Church's discourse, at the funeral of Mrs. 
       Clarissa Butler 
752    United States|bNew Hampshire|dConcord 
830  0 Early American imprints.|nSecond series ;|vno. 6016 
856 41 |uhttp://opac.newsbank.com/select/shaw/6016|yShaw-
       Shoemaker Digital Edition