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life, labors and sermons of Rev. Charles Pitman, D.D.
Caleb A. Malmsbury
|LC Classifications||BX8495.P55 M3|
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|Number of Pages||352|
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E Church of Camden, and became an ardent Christian worker. During the vacancy the parish was supplied by the Rev. It was followed by more than twenty similar Organizations life the differentparts of the United States. This method was not in harmony with the wishes of some seventy people, who on that account withdrew from the Greene Street M. He belongs to the noble army of Puritans. The following important resolution was passed with great unanimity, viz: " Resolved, that as soon as the funds will justify it, this convention will establish, in some central part of the State a classical and theological school," to be connected with manual labor, and those preparing for the ministry only to be admitted.
The anniversary for was held at Ruckersville, in Elbert county. This family preserved the Vestry Book from which labors and sermons of Rev. Charles Pitman of the information gathered by Bishop Meade was obtained. Readings, vols. Elder in Trenton and his wide association with the religious and charitable life of the city, particularly his ministry among the fraternal societies and lodges, served to make him a familiar and beloved figure in the community. Rusling, whose personality and writings have done much to advance the cause of Methodism not only in this city but as well through the State and country at large.
But even during this period, the cause. The latter was also Provincial treasurer in Though the board in expressed the opinion that this claim would "some day be valuable," yet neither the church nor the cause of missions has ever received any benefit from it. His consort enjoyed in him a tender husband, his children an indulgent father, his servants a gentle master, his acquaintances a faithful friend.
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Kingston Parish became coterminous with Mathews County at the latter's creation. Atkinson, Caroline S. He was a good man, fall of the Holy Ghost; a living epistle, read and known of all men, and anindustrious and successful worker in the vineyard D.D.
book Christ. D.D. book his graduation from Waynesburg College, and while he was in the Theological Seminary at Andover, Massachusetts, he decided to enter the foreign field. At this date Life Meade thus strikingly refers to its sad condition: "And what has become of the mother church- the Great Church as she is styled in her journal- standing in view of the wide Rappahannock, midway between Rosegill and Brandon?
His notable success in editorial work and analytical theological training caused him to be called to a professorship in Garrett Theological Seminary, and also to Drew Theological Seminary, where he taught from to Twelve or fourteen persons who had once been Cumberland Presbyterians were found in or near the city.
Tustin was chairman. William Emley was a justice, registrar of the Ninth Tenth, member of the Assembly and of the Council. Bowen had recently returned from that country, having spent several years there; but was intending to sail again soon, accompanied by Dennard and Clark.
Henry M. The churches in this presbytery are now nearly all self-sustaining. Henry Cole. The constitution already provided for the representation of auxiliary societies upon a money basis--each society, paying annually fifty dollars, being entitled to one delegate, and to an additional delegate for every hundred dollars; provided that such societies shall never have more than three delegates.
Wilson, of Philadelphia, Pa. The time has come in the providence of God when he is opening a great door of usefulness to our Christian women.
Howell, W. He was licensed to preach by the quarterly conference of Village Green Circuit on July 5,and admitted to the Philadelphia Conference in the spring of Hervey Hundley, through whose energy and interest, largely, the church in Middlesex was kept alive for many years.
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