John Witherspoon's American Revolution: Enlightenment and Religion from the Creation of Britain to the Founding of the United States

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ILLUSTRATIONS
1. John Witherspoon’s Signature on the Declaration of Independence10
2. Revd. J. Witherspoon, D.D., President of Princeton College, New Jersey14
3. Portrait of John Witherspoon, by Rembrandt Peale39
4. The Battle of Falkirk, January 18, 1746, by Thomas Jeffreys65
5. Alexander Gordon, 4th Duke of Gordon, by Pompeo Batoni80
6. Meeting of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, by R. Scott94
7. Jonathan Dickinson, by Edward Ludlow Mooney109
8. Samuel Davies, by James Massalon130
9. Nassau Hall, a North West Prospect, by Jonathan Fisher135
10. Ezra Stiles, by Samuel King144
11. Title page from David Fordyce, Dialogues concerning Education156
12. The Election a Medley, by Henry Dawkins163
13. An Attempt to Land a Bishop in America251
14. Title page from John Witherspoon,
The Dominion of Providence over the Passions of Men
261
15. The Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776, by John Trumbull277
16. The Scotch Butchery, Boston 1775278
17. Plan of the Operations of General Washington against the
King’s Troops in New Jersey
291
18. The Death of General Mercer at the Battle of Princeton,
by John Trumbull
292
19. Battle of Germantown293
20. “In Congress, November 1, 1777”298
21. Alliance de la France avec L’Amerique en 1778316
22. James Madison, by Charles Willson Peale345
23. Samuel Stanhope Smith, by Charles B. Lawrence372
24. Ashbel Green379
25. Sacramental Scene in a Western Forest383

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