Elijah ParishElijah Parish (November 7, 1762– October 15, 1825) was a New England clergyman of the early nineteenth century.
Parish was a native of Lebanon, Connecticut. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1785. In the early nineteenth century he was a leading opponent of the Jeffersonian Republican Party and brought issues of slavery into his political discourse. Parish was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1813. Provided by Wikipedia
An oration, delivered at Byfield, February 22d, 1800 : the day of national mourning for the death of General George Washington
An oration, delivered, at the request of the officers, before the First Regiment in the Second Brigade of the Second Division of Militia in the Commonwealth, at Byfield, July 4th,...“...Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825. (?)...”
A discourse, delivered at Byfield, on the annual Thanksgiving in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Nov. 29, 1804
Memoirs of the Rev. Eleazar Wheelock, D.D. : founder and president of Dartmouth College and Moor's Charity School“...Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825....”
A new gazetteer of the Eastern continent; or, A geographical dictionary: containing, in alphabetical order, a description of all the countries, kingdoms, states, cities, towns, pri...“...Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825...”