A SERMON OCCASIONED BY THE MUCH LAMENTED DEATH OF COL. MOSES TITCOMB, WHO FELL IN THE BATTLE NEAR LAKE GEORGE, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1755
by Lowell, John
Boston: Edes and Gill, 1760. 24pp. Dbd. Scattered ink stains on title page. Tanned, light foxing. Good plus. A funeral sermon for Moses Titcomb, who died at the battle of Lake George in 1755 during the French and Indian War. Titcomb was a Colonel in command of a regiment of Massachusetts provincials in General Wolfe's army. By attacking at Lake George, the French had hoped to halt the British advance into Canada, but were repulsed, though Whitcomb was killed in the engagement. EVANS 8641. SABIN 42441. ESTC W3113. (Inventory #: WRCAM52047)
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