Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts: 1659-1677 (1881)

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Charles William Sever, University Bookstore, 1881 - Boston (Mass.)
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Contents

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III
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IV
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V
133
VI
148
VII
163
VIII
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X
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Page 407 - Your fathers, where are they? and the prophets, do they live for ever?
Page 436 - The end of all good government is to cultivate humanity and promote the happiness of all, and the good of every man in all his rights, his life, liberty, estate, honor, etc., without injury or abuse done to any.
Page 350 - Not Visit the sin of him, or of any other, upon himself or any of his, nor upon the Land: But that He would powerfully defend him against all Temptations to Sin, for the future; and vouchsafe him the efficacious, saving Conduct of his Word and Spirit.
Page 357 - Stately and slow, with thoughtful air, His black cap hiding his whitened hair, Walks the Judge of the great Assize, Samuel Sewall the good and wise.
Page 440 - THE CHURCHES QUARREL ESPOUSED : or, A Reply in Satyre, to certain Proposals made, in answer to this Question, What further Steps are to be taken, that the Councils may have due Constitution and Efficacy in Supporting, Preserving and Well-Ordering the Interest of the Churches in the Country.
Page 314 - His manners were cheerful : his conversation pleasant, and sometimes facetious, but always decent. He was fond of a stroke of humour and a practical joke, and manifested his relish for them by long and loud fits of laughter.
Page 482 - I and My Father are one', that he makes the transition from the Father to the Son and from the Son to the Father almost unconsciously.
Page 280 - And as it is appointed unto men once to die, and after that the judgment...
Page 330 - Twas testified, that keeping his two successive wives in a strange kind of slavery, he would when he came home from abroad pretend to tell the talk which any had with them; that he has brought them to the point of death, by his harsh dealings with his wives, and then made the people about him to promise that in case death should happen, they would say nothing of it...
Page 202 - Thus perished our hopeful young prophet Joel. He was a good scholar and a pious man, as I judge. I knew him well; for he lived and was taught in the same town where I dwell. I observed him for several years, after he was grown to years of discretion, to be not only a diligent student, but an attentive hearer of God's word; diligently writing the sermons, and frequenting lectures; grave and sober in his conversation.

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