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Page 13 - Do you trust that you are inwardly moved by the Holy Ghost to take upon you the office of the ministry in the Church of Christ, to serve God for the promoting of his glory and the edifying of his people ? Answ.
Page 35 - And purposeful endeavor, for rill now No laggard glance from under that clear brow Fell backwards cast. Oh, why then wouldst thou die ? Thus broke the answer: "God hath other fields "Than those ye know. His sunlight and his rain "Fall not alone on the remembered earth ; "But here, as there, the duteous harvest yields " Reward to all ; and I am glad again, "Tilling the land of this my newer birth.
Page 8 - ... THE AGE OF THE PILGRIMS THE HEROIC PERIOD OF OUR HISTORY RUFUS CHOATE THE LANDING AT PLYMOUTH DANIEL WEBSTER 1843 RUFUS CHOATE (1799-1859.) HON. RUFUS CHOATE, then senator, was the speaker for 1843. His impassioned oration was received with great enthusiasm. One of its sentences, slightly altered, "A church without a bishop and a state without a king," was made the burden of popular songs, and was turned to serious use by two divines of the city.
Page 9 - He was educated in the common schools and afterward received an academic training, taking his law course in the University of New York, from which he was graduated in 1856.
Page 34 - RIEND of the open hand, the genial eye, The lip that faltered never, — where art thou ? We cannot think thee idle, though the plough Half-way the furrow thus forsaken lie. Thou didst not loose thy grasp for lack of high And purposeful endeavor, for till now No laggard glance from under that clear brow Fell backwards cast. Oh, why then wouldst thou die ? Thus broke...