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Published by W. Crosby & H. P . Nichols .
Written in English


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Russell Debates Eaton () & White () Since Brother Russell was so widely known and spoke to large audiences on many occasions, you may wonder what it was like to listen to him. “How different from the ordinary preacher!” exclaims C. B. Tvedt, adding: “No oratory, no emotionalism. His first son, Rev. Alfred Cookman was born Jan. 4, in Columbia, Lancaster, Pennsylvania and died Nov. 13, in Newark, New Jersey. Another son, Rev. John Emory Cookman, was born in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, June 8, , and died in New York City some time after

  Ancient Smyrna (Taken ). By COGwriter. Smyrna is the second of the seven churches listed in the Book of Revelation. It was one of only two churches (the Philadelphia Church Era being the other) that received only praise and no correction from Jesus. The Smyrna Church became predominant by about A.D. (the time of the second fall of Jerusalem), though its . John became a Congregational minister, and on the 22 April he was settled at Dighton, Bristol County, Massachusetts as assistant pastor to Rev. Mr. Nathaniel Fisher. John m. 8 July at Dighton by Rev. Fisher, Alice Andrews b. 12 Jan eldest child of Elkanah Andrews and Alice Beals, she fifteen and half years of age and John twenty.

Brief funeral services at the house at 10 o'clock, Tuesday. Rev. R. S. Bell, M. E. pastor of Shinglehouse Church, delivered remarkably able discourse. Choir composed of Mrs. P. B. Woodard, Mrs. Frank Nichols, and Coleman Smith, sang several selections. A touching prayer by comrade Wm. Young, of Angelica, NY, who served under the Capt. In the war. example, for the first seven years, two local Methodist printers, John Harper. and John C. Totten printed all the tracts in Manhattan. Local printing made it possible to quickly handle the various requests of the New York Station. These included its Sunday Schools, its Assistance Society (an outreach toAuthor: Philip F. Hardt.


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The day previous, the remains will-be conveyed from the Village to Mt. Carmel, attended by the Abbeville Light Infantry. After the resignation of the Rev. Stephen Jewett inthe Rev. Charles W. Bradlew was rector one year, followed by the Rev. John D. Smith, eleven years, who officiated in this church every Sunday the first five years, and the next two divided his time between this church and St.

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a daughter by his first wife survive. The discourse preached at his funeral, by Prof. Lyman H. Atwater, D. D., was published.JONATHAN LEE died in Salisbury, Conn., Sept. 13,aged 80 years. He was the son of Deacon Milo and Ruth (Camp) Lee, and was born in Salisbury, JFile Size: 2MB.The next pastor was the Rev.

John Hall, D.D., who was ordained and installed Augand forthwith entered upon the longest pastorate in the history of the First Church, continuing in active service until May 4,when he was made pastor-emeritus for the remainder of .The funeral services in Washington in were begun at All Souls Church, Unitarian, of which Doctor Mackey was a member, by the pastor and were followed by the ceremonies of a Lodge of Sorrow, Rose Croix Chapter, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction, and were in charge of the venerable General Albert Pike and his.