Ellis Sandoz, Political Sermons of the American Founding Era. Vol. 1 (1730-1788) 
Political Sermons of the American Founding Era: 1730-1805, 2 vols, Foreword by Ellis Sandoz (2nd ed. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1998). Vol. 1.
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Volume I of a large two volume collection of sermons written between 1730-1805 by people such as Jonathan Mayhew, John Wesley, Moses Mather, John Witherspoon, Richard Price, Jonathan Edwards, and Noah Webster.
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- Editor’s Note to the 1998 Edition
- Editor’s Note
- Bibliographic Note
- Chronology: 1688–1773
- I: Benjamin Colman, Government the Pillar of the Earth
- 2: Joseph Sewall, Nineveh’s Repentance and Deliverance
- 3: Elisha Williams, the Essential Rights and Liberties of Protestants
- 4: George Whitefield, Britain’s Mercies, and Britain’s Duties
- 5: Charles Chauncy, Civil Magistrates Must Be Just, Ruling In the Fear of God
- 6: Samuel Davies, the Mediatorial Kingdom and Glories of Jesus Christ
- 7: Samuel Dunbar, the Presence of God With His People
- 8: Jonathan Mayhew, the Snare Broken
- 9: John Joachim Zubly, an Humble Enquiry
- 10: John Allen, an Oration Upon the Beauties of Liberty
- 11: Isaac Backus, an Appeal to the Public For Religious Liberty
- Chronology: 1774–1781
- 12: Samuel Sherwood, Scriptural Instructions to Civil Rulers
- 13: John Wesley, a Calm Address to Our American Colonies
- 14: Anonymous, a Constitutional Answer to Wesley’s Calm Address
- 15: Moses Mather, America’s Appeal to the Impartial World
- 16: Samuel Sherwood, the Church’s Flight Into the Wilderness: an Address On the Times
- 17: John Witherspoon, the Dominion of Providence Over the Passions of Men
- 18: John Fletcher, the Bible and the Sword
- 19: Abraham Keteltas, God Arising and Pleading His People’s Cause
- 20: Jacob Cushing, Divine Judgments Upon Tyrants
- 21: Samuel Cooper, a Sermon On the Day of the Commencement of the Constitution
- 22: Henry Cumings, a Sermon Preached At Lexington On the 19 Th of April
- Chronology: 1782–1788
- 23: Anonymous, a Dialogue Between the Devil, and George Iii, Tyrant of Britain
- 24: A Moderate Whig [stephen Case?], Defensive Arms Vindicated
- 25: George Duffield, a Sermon Preached On a Day of Thanksgiving
- 26: Samuel Mcclintock, a Sermon On Occasion of the Commencement of the New-hampshire Constitution
- 27: William Smith, a Sermon Preached Before a Convention of the Episcopal Church
- 28: Samuel Wales, the Dangers of Our National Prosperity; and the Way to Avoid Them
- 29: Joseph Lathrop, a Sermon On a Day Appointed For Publick Thanksgiving
- 30: Nathanael Emmons, the Dignity of Man
- 31: Elizur Goodrich, the Principles of Civil Union and Happiness Considered and Recommended
- 32: Samuel Langdon, the Republic of the Israelites an Example to the American States
- 33: Elhanan Winchester, a Century Sermon On the Glorious Revolution