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Union College, A. P. Cummings.
Venice, Sherman Beardsley.
Youngstown, A. G. Hinman.
Troy, William Pierce.
Sag Harbour, Henry T. Dering.
Buffalo, Sylvester Eaton.
Oxford, William Gile.
Ithaca, Jedediah Beebee.
Homer, Jesse Searle.
Fishkill, James Given.
Waterford, Elijah H. Kimball.
Napoli, Wm. J. Wilcox.
Meridith, O. Tuttle.
Demott's Corner, John Demott.
East Ridge, Levi Gaylord.
Potsdam, B. G. Baldwan.
Spencertown, Wm. Niles.
Brooklyn, C. S. Lord.

Powelton, J. H. Burnet.
Clarkesville, Thomas J. Rusk.
Athens, Leander A. Erwin.
Carmel, Isaac Proctor.
Milledgeville, Leonard Perkins.
Darien, Bayord E. Hand.
Macon, C. B. Elliott.
OHIO.
Columbus, James Hoge.

Cincinnati, George T. Williamson
Ellsworth, L. W. Leffingwell.
Salem, Luther Humphrey
Morgan, J. B. Hawley.
Brownhelm, Henry Brown.
Hudson, Harvey Coe.
Marietta, Douglas Putnam.
Chilicothe, F. E. Robinson.

MAINE.

Portland, G. Hyde & Co.
Bangor, Cyril Pearl.

Bristol, Aaron Blaney.
Brown's Corner, Theodore S. Brown.
Jefferson, Francis Shepherd.
Saco, Samunl Moody.
Wiscasset, B. Young,
Warren, Jesse Page.
Augusta, Brinsmade & Dole.
Hollowell, Simon Page.
Bloomfield, Joseph Locke.
Whitefield, David Crowell.
Ellsworth, Joseph A. Wood.
West Jefferson, F. Shepherd.
South Berwick, Charles E. Norton.
Belfast, Noyes P. Hawes.

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. Keene, Abijah Kingsbury. Concord, John West. Portsmouth, Nathaniel March. Plainfield, Levi Bryant. Boscowan, James West.

VERMONT.

Middlebury, E. Brewster.
Rutland, Charles Walker.
Sharon, Chester Baxter.
Bennington, Stephen Hinsdale
Burlington, C. Goodrich.
Springfield, Nomlas Zobb."
Norwich, C. Partridge.
Grafton, Fabius Bancroft.
Vershire, F. S. Spencer.
Chelsea, Calvin Noble.
Castleton, Erastus Higbey.

MASSACHUSETTS.
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Salem, Whipple & Lawrence.
Newburyport, Charles Whipple.
Springfield, Solomon Warriner.
Northampton, Simeon Butler & Son.
Amherst, J. S. & C. Adams.
Amberst College, Eli W. Harrington.
Greenfield, A. Phelps.
Pittsfield, .A Danforth.
Plymouth, Ezra Collier,
Wrentham, Robert Blake.
Worcester, James Wilson.
Berkley, Asahel Hathaway.
Stockbridge, Oliver Partridge.
Cummington, Wm. Packard.
Andover, N. S. Hunt.
Whateley, James Smith.
New-Braintree, A. Bigelow.
Conway, C. Arms.
Woburn, Benjamin Wyman.
Hatfield, Benjamin Shelden.
Thomas Thwing.
Ware,
Windsor, E. Dorrance.

CONNECTICUT.
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Hartford, Goodwin & Co.
Woodstock, George Bowen.
New London, E. Chesebrough.
Norwich, John Hyde.
Stonington, Giles R. Hallam.
Greenwich, Esbon Husted.
Lyme, O. J. Lay.
Farmington, A. F. Williams.
Middletown, Samuel Southmayde
Norwich City, Russell Hubbard.
Mansfield, Z. Stoors..
Warren, H. Talcott.
Haddam, J. Marsh.
Canterbury, J. Johnson.
Berlin, Ambrose Edson.
Colebrook, G. H. Bass.
Winstead, Josiah Smith.
Suffield, Charles Sherman.
Middle-Haddam, Edward Root.
Torringford, E. Goodman.

NEW-YORK.
Albany, George J. Loomis.
Kinderhook, Henry L. Van Dyck.
Auburn, R. De Forest.
Auburn Seminary, Isaac Bliss.
Utica, E. Vernon.
Rochester, Louis Chapin.
De Ruyter, Sylvester Aylesworth.
Geneva, James Bogert.
Catskill, Joseph Penfield.

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KENTUCKY.

Munfordville, J. T. S. Brown.
Danville, Robert Russell.
Henderson, James Hillyer.
Shelbyville, A. A. Shannon.
Frankfort, S. M. Noel.
Hopkinsville, John Bryan.
Harrodsburg, Thomas Cleland.
Augusta, Samuel Bonde.
Columbia, Milton P. Wheat
Springfield, R. D. Bradburn,
Lexington, Thomas Dolan.
Louisville, Wm. Hart.
ILLINOIS.
Greenville, Solomon Hardy.
Canton, Nathan Jones.
Vandalia, James Hall.
Jacksonville, J. M. Ellis.
Paris, M. R. Alexander.
Quincy, H. H. Snow.
TENNESSEE.
Knoxville, James Campbell.
Winchester, Adam Ochmig.
Nashville, R. P. Hayes.
Murfreesboro', D. Wendell.
Columbia, Joshua B. Frierson.
Shelbyville, Alexander Newton.
Lebanon, A. Bradshaw.
Hillsboro, G. W. Richardson:
Farmington, S. W. Calvert.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Washington, John Kennedy.
Alexandria, Reuel Keith.
VIRGINIA.
Richmond, R. J. Smith.
Petersburg, A. G. MIlvaine,
Norfolk, Shepard K. Kollock.
Romney, John Jack.
Powhatan C. H. Thomas Scott.
Lynchburg, William Poe.
Charlotte C. H., Rev. A. W. Clopton.
Otter Bridge, W. L. Bell.
Fredericksburg, Layton Y. Atkins.
Lexington, John G. Caruthers.
Prince Edward, C. Calhoun.
Rocky Mount, M. W. Jackson.
Diamond Grove, B. B. Wilkes.
Roanoke Bridge, J. B. Morton.
Rappahannock Acad., B. Anderson.
Winchester, S. H. Davis.
Millwood, D. P. Conrad.
Jetersville, Thomas E. Jeter.

NORTH CAROLINA.
Newbern, Thomas Watson.
Wilmington, W. D. Cairns.
Lincolnton, David Reinhardt.
Halifax, Sidney Weller.
Milton, Richard Bullock.
Alexandriana, Andrew Montgomery.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
Charleston, D. W. Harrison.
Camden, Thomas M'Millan.
Beaufort, David Turner.
Edgefield, A. B. M'Whorter.
Conwayboro', Henry Durant.
Lexington C. H., J. Meetze.
GEORGIA.
Savannah, J. C. A. Johnston
Augusta, Andrew J. Miller.
Riceborough, David Stelson.
Wrightsborough, Joseph Barnes
Hilsboro, Oliver Morse.
Mount Zion, Joel Kelsey.

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ALABAMA.
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Somerville, M. C. Houston.
Bainbridge, Henry M. Lewis.
Florence, J. H. Weakly
Courtland, John White.
Shelby C. H., Thomas W. Smith.
Ashville, Archibald Sloan.
St. Stephens, R. Chamberlain.
Clinton, John A. Stebbins.
Decatur, H. M. Rhodes.

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MISSOURI.
St. Louis, Hiram Cordell.
Fredericktown, Thos. Mosely,

INDIANA.
Salem, Burr Bradley.
Indianapolis, George Bush.
Barbersville, Timothy Barber.
MISSISSIPPI.

Natchez, John Henderson.
Pinckneyville, James Wilson.
Winchester, Dugald C. Shaw.
Malcomb, M. Gilchrist.
McCall's Creek, James Calcote.
LOUISIANA.
Baton Rouge, H. Alexander.
New-Orleans, William Ross.
MICHIGAN.
Dexter, C. P. Cowden.
Edwardsburgh, Luther Humphre
FLORIDA.
Pensacola, W. Hasell Hunt.
ARKANSAW.
Washington, Alex. M. Oakly.
CHOCTAW
David Folsom.

Montreal, William Hedge.
SOUTH AMERICA.
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THE AMERICAN

NATIONAL PREACHER:

OR ORIGINAL SERMONS FROM LIVING MINISTERS.

No. 2.

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"GO, AND QUICKEN THE FLIGHT OF THE ANGEL, WHO HAS THE EVERLASTING GOSPEL TO PREACH UNTO THE NATIONS."-Ser. I. N. Pr.

JULY, 1832.

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BY A. DICKINSON.

Of this Sermon about thirty thousand copies have already been distri bated. It is stereotyped, and such arrangements are made that any quantity will be furnished at $25 a thousand, on application to the Editor, 144 Nassau-street, N. Y., or to A. Russel, 5 Cornhill, Boston, or B. Wells, 17 Franklin-Place, Philadelphia.

Says the N. Y. Evangelist; "It is admirably adapted to tell upon the churches generally, and ought to be universally circulated." Says the Journal of Humanity; "The author's Appeal to American Youth, on the same subject, has had an unprecedented circulation: we commend this pamphlet to equal patronage." Says the Journal of Health; "It contains an appeal to all sects and denominations, and ought to be in every fainily throughout the land."

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CONTRIBUTORS.

UPWARDS of fifty Clergymen, of five Christian denominations, and belonging to sixteen different States, most of whom are well known to the public as Authors, have furnished, or encouraged the Editor to expect from thom, Serinons for this Work; among whom are the following:

Rev. Dr. Richards, Professor in the Theological Seminary at Auburn; Rev. Dr. Proudfit, Salem, and Rev. Mr. Beman. Trey; Rev. Drs. Mason, Milnor, Mathews, Spring, Woodbridge, and De Witt, New-York City; Rev. Dr. M'Dowell, Elizabethtown, N. J.; Rev. Drs. Alexander and Miller, Professors in Princeton Theological Seminary; Rev. Professor M'Clelland. Rutgers College, New-Jersey; Rev. Drs. Green, Skinner, and Bedell, Philadelphia; Rev. Dr. Taylor, Professor in New-Haven Theological Seminary; Rev. Dr. Fuch, Professor of Divinity, Yale College; Rev. Asahel Nettleton, Killingworth, Con.; Rev. Dr. Wayland, President of Brown University; Rt. Rev. Bp. Griswold, Salem, Ms.; Rev. Dr. Griffin, President of Williams College; Rev. Dr. Humphrey, President of Amherst College, Ms.; Rev. Dr. Beecher, Boston; Rev. Professors Porter, Woods, and Stuart, of Andover Theological Seminary; Rev. Dr. Fisk, President of the Wesleyan University, Middletown, Ct.; Rev. Daniel A. Clark, Bennington. Vt. Rev. Dr. Rates, President of Middlebury College; Rev. Dr. Matthews, Hanover Theological Seminary, Indiana; Rev. Dr. Rice, Union Theo. Sem., Virg. ; Rev. Dr. Tyler and Rev. Dr. Payson, Portland, Me.; Rev. Dr. Lord, President of Dartmouth College; Rev. Dr. Church, Pelham, N. H.; Rev. Dr. Leland, Charieston, S. C.; Rev. Dr. Coffin. President of E. Tennessee College; Rev. Prof. Halsey, Western Theo. Seminary. Rev. Dr. Hawes, Hartford, Conn.

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HUMAN AND DIVINE AGENCY UNITED IN THE SALVATION OF
THE SOUL.

PHIL. ii. 1o, 13.-Work out your salvation with fear and trembling; for it is God that worketh in you to will and to do of his good pleasure.

MANY have found it difficult to understand how human and divine agency are united in the work of man's salvation. There are two opposite extremes into which mankind are prone to run on this subject. One is, to ascribe the work to God in such a sense as to exclude the agency of man. The other is, to ascribe it to man in such a sense as to exclude the agency of God. These extremes are equally wide of the truth.

That salvation is of the Lord is evident from the whole tenor of the Scriptures. And that man must work out his own salvation is equally evident. Now the question is, in what sense is this work to be ascribed to God; and in what sense to man? In other words, what does God do towards the salvation of the sinner; and what does the sinner do himselt?

It is the opinion of some, that all which God does is to provide the way of salvation-to enable man to comply with the terms on which it is offered-and to present suitable motives to induce him to comply. Now it is admitted that God has done all this for all men.

He has provided a Savior. He has so loved the world, as to give his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on him might not perish, but have everlasting life. Christ hath tasted death for every man; and become the propitiution for the sins of the whole world. Salvation is freely offered to all. Ho. every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters. Look unto me and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth. Whosoever will. let him take the water of life freely. All men are made capable of complying with the invitations of the gospel; that is, they possess all the powers of moral agency. They have an understanding to perceive the rule of duty-a conscience to feel obligation-and a will to choose. With these powers they were created; and they need no new powers to render them capable of performing every duty which God requires. I am aware, that it has

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BY A. DICKINSON.

Of this Sermon about thirty thousand copies have already been distribated. It is stereotyped, and such arrangements are made that any quantity will be furnished at $25 a thousand, on application to the Editor, 144 Nassau-street, N. Y., or to A. Russel, 5 Cornhill, Boston, or B. Wells, 17 Franklin-Place, Philadelphia.

Says the N. Y. Evangelist; "It is admirably adapted to tell upon the churches generally, and ought to be universally circulated." Says the Journal of Humanity; "The author's Appeal to American Youth, on the same subject, has had an unprecedented circulation: we commend this pamphlet to equal patronage." Says the Journal of Health; "It contains an appeal to all sects and denominations, and ought to be in every fainily throughout the land."

CONTRIBUTORS.

UPWARDS of fifty Clergymen, of five Christian denominations, and belonging to sixteen different States, most of whom are well known to the public as Authors, have furnished, or encouraged the Editor to expect from thom, Sermons for this Work; among whom are the following:

Rev. Dr. Richards, Professor in the Theological Seminary at Auburn; Rev. Dr. Proudfit, Salem, and Rev. Mr. Beman. Trry; Rev. Drs. Mason, Milnor, Mathews, Spring, Woodbridge, and De Witt, New-York City; Rev. Dr. M'Dowell, Elizabethtown, N. J.; Rev. Drs. Alexander and Miller, Professors in Princeton Theological Seminary; Rev. Professor M'Clelland. Rutgers College, New-Jersey; Rev. Drs. Green, Skinner, and Bedell, Philadelphia; Rev. Dr. Taylor, Professor in New-Haven Theological Seminary; Rev. Dr. Fuch, Professor of Divinity, Yale College; Rev. Asahel Nettleton, Killingworth, Con.; Rev. Dr. Wayland, President of Brown University; Rt. Rev. Bp. Griswold, Salem, Ms.; Rev. Dr. Griffin, President of Williams College; Rev. Dr. Humphrey, President of Amherst College, Ms.; Rev. Dr. Beecher, Boston; Rev. Professors Porter, Woods, and Stuart, of Andover Theological Seminary; Rev. Dr. Fisk, President of the Wesleyan University, Middletown, Ct.; Rev. Daniel A. Clark, Bennington. Vt. Rev. Dr. Rates, President of Middlebury College; Rev. Dr Matthews, Hanover Theological Seminary, Indiana; Rev. Dr. Rice, Union Theo. Sem., Virg.; Rev. Dr. Tyler and Rev. Dr. Payson, Portland, Me.; Rev. Dr. Lord, President of Dartmouth College; Rev. Dr. Church, Pelham, N. H.; Rev. Dr. Leland, Charleston, S. C.; Rev. Dr. Coffin. President of E. Tennessee College; Rev. Prof. Halsey, Western Theo. Seminary. Rev. Dr. Hawes, Hartford, Conn.

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