An Evening Thought. Salvation by Christ, with Penetential Cries. Composed … the 25th of December, 1760. [Porter, Heath, Carretta]
An Address to Miss Phillis Wheatly, Ethiopian Poetess, in Boston, who came from Africa at eight years of age, and soon became acquainted with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. August 4, 1778.[Porter, Heath, Carretta]
A winter piece: Being a serious exhortation, with a call to the unconverted: and a short contemplation on the death of Jesus Christ. 1782.
An evening's improvement: Shewing, the necessity of beholding the Lamb of God. To which is added, a dialogue, entitled, The kind master and dutiful servant. 1783.
An Address to the Negroes In the State of New York. 1787. [Porter]
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"Liberty Further Extended: Or Free Thoughts on the Illegality of Slave keeping." [Heath]
"Universal Salvation: A Very Ancient Doctrine." 1805. [Porter, Heath]
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A Narrative of the Lord's Wonderful Dealings with John Marrant, A Black (Now Going to Preach the Gospel in Nova Scotia). 1785. [Potkay and Burr, Porter, Carretta]
A Sermon Preached on the 24th Day of June 1789, Being the Festival of Saint John the Baptists, at the Request of the Right Worshipful the Grand Master Prince Hall, and the Rest of the Brethren of the African Lodge of the Honorable Society of Free and Accepted Masons in Boston. [Potkay and Burr]
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