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acting pastor American Amherst Academy Amherst College Andover Seminary Andover Theological Seminary appointed April April 12 April 24 August Board born Boston Bright's disease Brooklyn CHARLES Chicago children survives class at Amherst college at Amherst college at Phillips Congregational Church Conn continued County daugh death degree of M. D. died East Windsor education was obtained EDWARD engaged entered Amherst fitted for college four children GEORGE graduate of Amherst Hartford HENRY High School installed pastor Institute July June June 28 March March 29 Mary Mass Medical ministry missionary native town November Obituary Record October ordained Phillips Andover practiced his profession preaching prepared for college Presbyterian Church principal Prof Professor received the degree removed residence Samuel Sarah Sept September Society spent Springfield stndied stndy studied law studied theology teacher teaching Theological Seminary trustee Union William Williston Seminary York City
Page 268 - Medicine from the time of its organization in 1904 and was its president at the time of his death. He was also a member of the Academy of Medicine and of the Cleveland Medical Library.
Page 146 - Constitution and sketch of the American association for the relief of the misery of battle-fields.
Page 80 - Russell studied law in the office of his father and was admitted to the bar in 1844, with license to practise in the supreme court and court of chancery of New York.
Page 157 - ... nearly eight years, and assisted in organizing and became first treasurer of the Children's foreign missionary society of the General Synod. He was elected president of the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran church at its thirtyfifth convention held in Lebanon, Pa., May 2029, 1891. The honorary degree of DD was conferred upon him by his alma mater in 1889. CLYMER, George, signer of the Declaration of Independence and a...
Page 291 - He entered upon the study of the law in the office of his father, and in 1847 was admitted to the Vermont bar.
Page 127 - He was a member of the Society of Colonial Wars, the Sons of the Revolution, and the Society of the War of 1812.
Page 78 - Commmentary on the Acts of the Apostles is one of the few works of the kind in the English language which approaches, in point of massive erudition, the master-works of the great German critics, differing from them only in possessing a soundness and accuracy which they too often lack.; Rev. Dr. Withington, in whom we hardly know whether most to admire the generous range and marvellous wealth of his culture, or the versatile genius and kaleidoscopic fancy which prepare for his readers a fresh surprise...
Page 318 - Louis in 1866, where he was admitted to the bar, and began the practice of law in 1867; became commander St.