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Thomas Gallaudet


Reports of the Church Mission to Deaf-Mutes

Obituary Notice [for Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet] from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. III (1851), page 696.

Statements Respecting St. Ann's Church for Deaf-Mutes Presented at a Public Meeting in the Large Chapel of the University, Wednesday Evening, November 16, 1853, Together With an Abstract of the Proceedings of a Meeting Held by Deaf-Mutes.
New-York: George F. Nesbitt & Co., Printers and Stationers, 1853.

Proceedings of a Meeting in Relation to St. Ann's Church for Deaf-Mutes, Wednesday, May 19, 1858.
New-York: George F. Nesbitt, 1858.

The Sermon Delivered Upon the Occasion of St. Ann's Church for Deaf-Mutes Commencing Its Services at the Church in Eighteenth Street, Near Fifth Avenue, Seventh Sunday After Trinity, August 7, 1859.
New-York: George F. Nesbitt & Co., Printers and Stationers, 1859.

A Discourse Delivered at St. Ann's Church, New York, on the National Fast Day, Thursday, September 26th, 1861.
New York: Henry Spear, 1861.

20th Anniversary Sermon, October 6, 1872.
From The Church Journal, October 31, 1872.

The Language of Motion: A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Messrs. H. W. Syle and A. W. Mann to the Priesthood October 14, 1883 in the Church of the Covenant, Philadelphia, Pa.
No place: no publisher, 1883.

The Sermon Delivered on Sunday, Jan. 16th, 1887.
As reprinted in The Communicant, February 1887.

Parish Notes from St. Matthew's Episcopal Church Epiphany and Pre-Lent Vol. V. No. 4, 1899.
New York: St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 1899.

A Memorial Tribute to the Rev. Thomas Gallaudet, D.D.
New-York: The Fanwood Press, 1902

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