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" In his person, he was dignified and modest ; in his intellect, vigorous and sound ; in his heart, benevolent and devout. His preaching was plain and practical, and his example added greatly to its power. The scriptures were his study and delight; and,... "
The Genealogy of the Descendants of Richard Haven of Lynn, Massachusetts ... - Page 22
by Josiah Adams - 1843 - 54 pages
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Address at the second meeting of the descendants of Richard Haven, of Lynn ...

Joseph Haven, Josiah] [Adams - 1849 - 28 pages
...his birth day. HE married ABIGAIL STONE, daughter of Hon. Josiah Stone of Fram., by whom he had seven children. (See p. 29.) The reader will excuse the...add not a few of affliction and sorrow. The first, he enjoyed with moderation and gratitude ' and, in the last, he exhibited the power of Religion to...
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Acton in history

Acton (Mass. : Town) - 1890 - 308 pages
...right of expounding them for himself, his candor toward the sincere who differed from him waslu tho spirit of the Gospel. The good being whom he loved...pleased to grant him many years of prosperity and gladneta, and to add not a few of affliction and sorrow. The first he enjoyed with moderation and gratitude,...
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Acton in history

Acton (Mass. : Town) - 1890 - 308 pages
...protestant right of expounding them for himself, his candor toward the sincere who differed from him was ID the spirit of the Gospel. The good being whom he loved with supremo devotion was pleased to grant him many years of prosperity and gladness, and to add not a few...
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