Eliphalet Adams

Eliphalet Adams (; March 26, 1677 — October 4, 1753) was an eminent minister of New London, Connecticut. He graduated from Harvard University in 1694. He was ordained February 9, 1709, and died on October 4, 1753, aged 76. Dr. Chauncy spoke of him as a great "Hebrician".

He published a sermon on the death of Rev. James Noyes of Stonington; election sermons, 1710 and 1733; a discourse, occasioned by a distressing storm on March 3, 1717; a thanksgiving sermon in 1721 and gave a sermon on the death of Gov. Leverett Saltonstall I in 1724.

He spoke at the ordinations of William Gager, May 27, 1725 and Thomas Clap, 1726; and at a discourse before a society of young men in 1727. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Adams, Eliphalet
Published 1710
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by Adams, Eliphalet
Published 1751
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by Adams, Eliphalet
Published 1717
Printed and sold by T. Green, near the meeting-house

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by Adams, Eliphalet
Published 1706
Printed by B. Green: Sold by Benj. Eliot, at his shop

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by Hobart, Nehemiah
Published 1717
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by Williams, Eleazar
Published 1735
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by Eells, Nathanael
Published 1734
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