First Church Salem Mass : A short catechisme : containing the principles of Christian faith. Drawn up, and published for the use of the Church of Christ at Salem, by Edw: Norice teacher there.
First Congregational Church Canterbury Conn : The American Anti-Slavery Society at war with the church [electronic resource] : a discourse, delivered before the First Congregational Church and Society, in Canterbury, Conn., June 30th, 1844 / by Walter Clarke.
First Congregational Church Medford Mass : A discourse on the state of the country [electronic resource] : delivered in the First Church in Medford, on the Annual Fast, April 7th, 1842 / by Caleb Stetson.
First Congregational Church Meriden Conn : The apostle Paul's opinion of slavery and emancipation [electronic resource] : a sermon preached to the Congregational Church and Society in Meriden, at the request of several respectable anti-abolitionists / by Arthur Granger.
First Presbyterian Church Detroit Mich : A Thanksgiving discourse [electronic resource] : the rule of Divine Providence applicable to the present circumstances of our country : delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Detroit, Thursday, November 28, 1860 / by Geo. Duffield.
First Presbyterian Church Philadelphia Pa : The conditions of peace [electronic resource] : a Thanksgiving discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, November 27, 1862 / by Albert Barnes.
First Presbyterian Church Pottstown Pa : The nation's sins and the nation's duty [electronic resource] : a sermon, preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, on National Fast Day, April 30, 1863 / by William B. Stewart.
First Presbyterian Church Syracuse N Y : Emancipation in the British W. Indies, August 1, 1834 [electronic resource] : an address delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in Syracuse, on the first of August, 1845 / by Samuel J. May.
First Reformed Church New Brunswick N J : The sanctuary of God consulted in the present crisis : a sermon preached in the First Reformed Dutch Church, New Brunswick, N.J., on Sunday morning, April 21st, 1861 / by John Proudfit.