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Order of Exercises at the Ordination of Mr. John Pierpont, as Pastor of the Church and Society in Hollis-Street, Boston, April 14, 1819... [Boston: 1819].
Order of Exercises, at the Ninth Anniversary of the Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys: On Friday, April Twenty Fifth, 1823. [Boston]: Printed by Russell & Gardner, 1823.
Order of Solem[nities?] at Trinity-church: On Friday, the 26th April, 1816, Being the Second Anniversary of the Institution of the Asylum for Indigent Boys. [Boston]: Printed by Munroe & Francis, 1816.
Order of Solemnities: Being the Seventh Anniversary of the Institution of the Asylum for Indigent Boys, at the Old South Meeting House, on Friday, Twenty-seventh of April, 1821. [Boston]: True, Weston & Green, printers, 1821.
The Manuscripts Division's Schoff Revolutionary War collection contains a set of six letters written by Benjamin West (1746-1817) to his brother, Samuel West (1738-1808), pertaining to Benjamin's Revolutionary War service in South Carolina.
The Clements Library Book Division holds a selection of published sermons and essays of Samuel West.
Saunderson, Henry Hamilton. History of Charlestown, New Hampshire: The Old No. 4, Embracing the Part Borne by Its Inhabitants in the Indian, French And Revolutionary Wars, and the Vermont Controversy; Also Genealogies and Sketches of Families, from Its Settlement to 1876. Claremont, N.H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co., 1876.
West, Benjamin, and James Stanley Schoff. Life In the South 1778-1779: The Letters of Benjamin West. Ann Arbor: The William L. Clements Library, 1963.