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1900
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Page 393 - HYMNS AND CHOIRS: OR, THE MATTER AND THE MANNER OF THE SERVICE OF SONG IN THE HOUSE OF THE LORD. By AUSTIN PHELPS, and EDWARDS A. PARK, Professors at Andover, and DANIEL L. FURBER, Pastor at Newton.
Page 398 - There comes a strange and secret whisper to my spirit, Like a dream of night, That tells me I am on enchanted ground — The voice of my departed Lord, " Go, teach all nations," Comes on the night air, and awakes mine ear.
Page 416 - He had the tongue of the learned, and knew how to speak a word in season to him that was weary.
Page 406 - ... Brunswick, NJ, Mar. 21, 1909. He studied at Rutgers College (BA, 1858), and the New Brunswick Theological Seminary (1861), supplied the Reformed Church at Davenport, la., 1861-62, was pastor of the First Reformed Church at Ghent, NY, 1864-87. After 1887 he was editor of the Christian Intelligencer. He was president of the General Synod of the Reformed Church in America in 1886. In 1883 he was Vedder lecturer in Rutgers College and New Brunswick Theological Seminary. In theology he was a liberal...
Page 397 - He received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from the University of Vermont in 1871, and was a member of the Corporation of the University, 1854-57.
Page 443 - He was a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the American Historical Association and of this Society to which he was elected in 1908.
Page 411 - He received the honorary degree of Master of Arts from Middlebury College in...
Page 387 - He was a member of the New Hampshire Historical Society and of the American Philological Association.
Page 426 - Only those who lived side by side with Professor Churchill could have knowledge of his marvelous industry. He was always at work, and a hard worker. Fragments of time, the early morning, the late night, hours of travel and seeming recreation, were all put to use.
Page 421 - ... much in demand to serve on committees and they were cheerfully and efficiently rendered. He held a large number of offices. Thus, he was a member of the Overseers' Committee to visit the Academical Department of Harvard College, and of the Boards of Visitors of Wellesley College and Bradford Academy. He was a Trustee of Abbot Academy, Andover, and of Lawrence Academy, Groton, Massachusetts. We find him helping the Trustees of the American College at Aintab in Asia Minor at the time of its establishment,...

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