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A sermon delivered at the opening of the Connecticut Asylum

A

SERMON

DELIVERED AT THE OPENING

OF THE

CONNECTICUT ASYLUM

FOR THE

EDUCATION AND INSTRUCTION OF DEAF AND DUMB PERSONS,

AT THE REQUEST OF THE DIRECTORS, ON SUNDAY EVENING,

APRIL 20th, 1817,

IN THE BRICK CHURCH IN HARTFORD.




BY THOMAS H. GALLAUDET.




Printed for the benefit of the Asylum.




HUDSON AND CO. PRINTERS,

HARTFORD.

1817.

AT an adjourned meeting of the Directors of the Connecticut Asylum for the education and instruction of Deaf and Dumb persons, holden at the Asylum on the 25th of April 1817.

VOTED, That Wm. W. Ellsworth and Joseph Trumbull, Esqrs. be a Committee to present the thanks of this board to the Rev. T. H. GALLAUDET, for his Sermon preached before this society on the 20th instant, and request a copy of the same for publication.

A true copy of the record,

J. B. Hosmer, Clerk.
Attest,


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This work was published before January 1, 1924, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.