A Discourse on the Life and Character of Rev. Ezra Stiles Gannett, D.D.: Delivered in the Meeting-house of the First Parish in Hingham, on Sunday, September 3, 1871

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Barker, Cotter, 1871 - Unitarians - 17 pages
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Page 10 - As it passes before us, we shall have abundant proof of the estimation in which he was held by those who had the best opportunities of forming an unprejudiced judgment.
Page 7 - Committee; which office he held at the time of his decease. He was a man of whom it can be truly said, — He was scrupulously faithful to every trust committed to him.
Page 15 - ... the genuineness and authenticity of the books of the New Testament. He was strongly attached to those doctrines which to his mind were the truest exposition of the Savior's teachings.

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