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An address delivered on the evening of the day appointed by the City of Boston for the commemoration of the death of President Harrison before the twelfth ward of the city by Wells, E. M. P. (Eleazer Mather Porter), 1793-1878
LCC
  149 4 1841 1900
"They rest from their labors and their works do follow them" : a discourse occasioned by the death of the Hon. William Appleton, delivered at St. Stephen's Chapel, Sunday, Feb. 23d by Wells, E. M. P. (Eleazer Mather Porter), 1793-1878
LCC
  143 5 1862 1900
An address delivered before the Moral reform society of Salem February, 1835 by Wells, E. M. P. (Eleazer Mather Porter), 1793-1878
LCC
  123 5 1835 1835
A discourse occasioned by the death of the Hon. William Appleton : delivered at St. Stephen's Chapel, Sunday Feb. 23d by Wells, E. M. P. (Eleazer Mather Porter), 1793-1878
LCC
  10 2 1862 1862
School for Moral Discipline : This school is situated on City Point, opposite Fort Independence, commanding a beautiful view of the harbor, islands, and shipping, and enjoying a most pure and exhilarating atmosphere. The school consists of senior and junior departments, each containing twenty five boys. . by School for Moral Discipline (Boston, Mass.)
LCC
  10 2 1839 1839
Circular : To the friends of St. Stephen's House: The dwelling-house of the late Charles H. Brown, Esq., 37 Purchase Street [Boston], is about to be given up by the family. The grounds belonging to the house lie in common with those of St. Stephen's Chapel. It is supposed it will be taken to be leased to eight or ten Irish families, too many of whom are dirty, drinking, profane, riotous, non-Sunday-keeping families, and very annoying in religious matters. This will render it, not only an almost unbearable nuisance to St. Stephen's Chapel, but, also, a not much less evil to St. Stephen's House. . by Wells, E. M. P. (Eleazer Mather Porter), 1793-1878
LCC
  8 2 1858 1858
Report of the Margaret Coffin Prayer-Book Society : for the year ending April 16th, 1864 by Wells, E. M. P. (Eleazer Mather Porter), 1793-1878
LCC
  3 2 1864 1865
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