The Great Sin and Danger of Striving with God (1783)
A Narrative of the Life of William Beadle of Weathersfield, Connecticut (1794)

Title

The Great Sin and Danger of Striving with God (1783)
A Narrative of the Life of William Beadle of Weathersfield, Connecticut (1794)

Type

Book

Coverage

Weathersfield, Connecticut

Author/Publisher

Marsh, John, 1742-1821. Hartford : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, [1783]
Mitchell, Stephen Mix, 1743-1835. Hartford : Printed and sold by B. Webster, 1783.

Feet

5

Film#

MSC 370

KUK#

KUK 21029

Notes

Film contains two titles: The Great Sin and Danger of Striving With God: A Sermon Preached at Wethersfield, December 13th, 1782, at the funeral of Mrs. Lydia Beadle, Wife of the Late William Beadle, and Their Four Children, Who Were all Murdered by His Own Hands on the Morning of the 11th Instant (1783)
A Narrative of the Life of William Beadle of Weathersfield, Connecticut. Containing I. The Particulars of the Horrid Massacre of Himself and Family. II. Extracts From the Rev. Mr. Marsh's Sermon at the Funeral of His Wife and Children. III. A True Account of the House on the Morning After the Dreadful Catastrophe

Reel

Filmed by The New York Public Library, acetate print master, 1963

Citation

“The Great Sin and Danger of Striving with God (1783)
A Narrative of the Life of William Beadle of Weathersfield, Connecticut (1794),” University of Kentucky Microfilm Holdings Database, accessed September 24, 2022, https://ukmfilms.omeka.net/items/show/3175.