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The Rev. William E. Hill, Jr. is particularly remembered as a faithful pastor, as the founder of the Presbyterian Evangelistic Fellowship, and as a leading voice in the formation of the Presbyterian Church in Our civil war, as seen from the pulpit: a sermon preached in the Bulfinch-Street church, Ap () available in print; Public morals, or, The true glory of a state: a discourse delivered before the executive and legislative departments of the government of Massachusetts, at the annual election, Wednesday, Jan.
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the Most Noble the Marquis of Tweeddale, Her Majesty's Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly, held a levee at the palace of Holyrood, which was numerously ?documentid= Presbyterian Church, Glebe-St. James United Church and St. Matthew’s, the Anglican Church in the Glebe.
The group plans to sponsor at least three families or individuals over the next three years. The first family arrived during a bitterly cold week in Febru-ary. The auction is one of the most fun events held in the Glebe, if not the [adapted from the entry found in Alfred Nevin’s Encyclopedia of the Presbyterian Church ().] Words to Live By: As a brief sample of one of Dr.
Sprague’s sermons, the following is from the opening words of the sermon delivered upon the occasion of the death of his first wife, Charlotte Four lectures delivered at Princeton University, May, (English) (as Translator) Adams, E.
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Service commenced in this church at the appointed hour, at o'clock; Rev. Father MOONEY officiated, and delivered an appropriate and eloquent discourse, bearing on our.
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Thomas Smyth, D.D. (J - Aug ) Volume 1 - Scanned to PDF. For your PC/MAC. Android,Kindle,iPad etc. Thomas Smyth was born on J in Belfast, Ireland, the sixth son of Samuel and Ann Magee 's father was English, a prosperous grocer and tobacco distributor, and an elder in the Presbyterian ://In looking over a certificate of membership which I had received from a church in New York, concerning one of its members who was a sailor, I was pleased to observe that at the back of the certificate there were directions given to the member; and the first one was this, “You are to remember that as a member of this church going upon a voyage