3 edition of Memoir of Rev. Thomas Baldwin, D.D. found in the catalog.
Memoir of Rev. Thomas Baldwin, D.D.
|Other titles||Memoir of Reverend Thomas Baldwin, D.D.|
|Statement||by Daniel Chessman ; with an appendix, containing letters and hymns|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 12523|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72, 12 p.|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||87402174|
It was easy, in the excitement of an Episcopal election, to make the expression of a wish, whispered to one listening relative from a death bed, appear like the attempt of the departing ruler to domineer over his clergy and laity even after life was ended. Because of that change of government, no pension system was ever created for the veterans of that war. A Memoir of the Rev. But a want of congeniality was a sufficient reason for declining the profitable offer.
His parents were committed Universalists and attended the church of the Rev. Adoniram described such determination at the close of Christian Baptism as he pled with his hearers and later readers : …my brethren, diligently use the means of discovering the truth. With a sympathy so manifold that it could present a corresponding surface to every variety of mind and temper, each variety no sooner found itself in contact with him than it also perceived, and felt disposed to rest on, the immovable rock within. He thus briefly announced to me his determination: "I have almost made up my mind to go to England for a little sea-air and a view of Dr. Mahan was made to feel that there was a growing coldness towards him on the part of a portion of the Board of Trustees. Murray had passed away.
The Quakers in the American Colonies. Biography and Criticism Baldwin, Ezra. The work went on incessantly. This heroic endurance of suffering was becoming daily more and more the internal reality of his own life. But, on the other hand, what are our poor works, our best efforts? Another young squire, equally wealthy, spends much of his time at the Mission, and seems equally enthusiastic.
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The newly-formed alliance between the Low-Church and the High-and-Dry was ominous of mischief. But Professors Mahan and Johnson--who were the most grievous sufferers in income by the then state of affairs--begged me not to do so: and I yielded.
His object was, in part, to place his discovery before the minds of others, so that many minds might be engaged in testing it, in many ways, at the same time.
He moved to Ludlow, Vermont from untilwhen he moved west to serve the Galesburg, Illinois church. VII, pp.
I have no doubt, myself, that it seated and aggravated the subtle disease which so soon after carried him hence.
Here he remained until, in his seventeenth year, he went to the Virginia High School, near Alexandria, as teacher of Greek. It had the Hudson River at one side for commerce, it was well watered and wooded, its open fields were exceptionally fertile, it had abundant water-power for mills, and it had—though this was not realized until after the colonial period—much mineral wealth.
At the same time, his nature was most generous, most genial, most full of sympathy, most just, most ready to allow for liberties of difference. Bow Day, and William Minister D.
Memoir of Rev. Thomas Baldwin allowance for growth, he was remarkably the same. Yet, with all this freedom and liveliness of discussion, never lacking for life, strength, wit, and warmth, there was not a single occasion on which any nerve of unpleasant feeling was touched,--never the slightest trace of a misunderstanding.
The main building was two stories in height, with an attic above. But in every variety of his sermons, the Word of GOD was shown to have a living power, growing out, as it were, of its own accord, and of its own inherent force, into all the fulness and fruit that was offered for the nourishment of the souls of men.
January, The warm commendation of such men as Canon Bright, and the concurrence of many of the most high-toned of the English Reviews, renders any critical opinion superfluous here. Thus qualified by the taking of these oaths, Henry Ludington began public services which lasted, in one capacity and another, for more than a generation in the Colony and State of New York.
Some records give the date asbut the weight of authority indicates the later year. Thomas Whittemore presided, and where his future wife Eliza Ann Munroe attended with her family.
Could you not go? GOD, in His sublime irony, prepares us a gourd now and then, "a shadow over the head, to deliver from grief;" but He at the same time prepares "a worm" to smite the gourd.
The roots of this lecture ran far back into boyhood's years; and its branches never ceased to grow. But the quiet and patient thoroughness with which it meets one of the most plausible and mischievous temptations of Roman error, is its best title to our gratitude.
With such longings, it is no wonder that, on his arrival in England about the middle of June, he soon found himself among those who are commonly regarded as the "advanced men. Muhlenberg was so nobly setting an example in the higher walks of Churchly education for boys.
John the Evangelist, Cowley; he visited the Sisterhood of S.
Darold Darold H. James's College, ; but it was repeated in many subsequent years, extemporaneously, and with constant amplifications, modifications, and additions of richness, variety, and beauty, of which now no other permanent trace remains.
Some valuable contributions to the editorial columns were made by Dr. Hobart, indeed, left us inby our own vote, when it came to our knowledge that his connection with the paper--which he was too chivalrous to surrender of his own accord--was seriously endangering his parochial position: and his genial presence was Memoir of Rev.
Thomas Baldwin a little missed. His second wife Lucy died in Hopedale in Specially beautiful were those sermons in which he took up the marvellous story of some hero of Holy Writ, and unravelled from the well-known, picturesque brevity of Scriptural language, the still more marvellous likeness or shadow of some of the acts or sufferings of the LORD JESUS: thus bringing the fulness of the Gospel out of every part of the Old Testament.
I now commenced reading on the subject, with all my prejudices on the Pedobaptist side. The parlor was wainscoted and ceiled with planks of the fragrant and beautiful red cedar.Henry Baldwin of Woburn (Source: Norris Taylor Genealogy Page) Biography of Hon.
George Baldwin and his sons George Benjamin and Charles Frederick Baldwin, page (Source: Fox Valley Memory) Biography of Benjamin F. Baldwin (Source: Online Biographies) Biography of Thomas Baldwin, D.D. Memoir of the Rev.
John Stanford, D.D. late chaplain to the humane and criminal institutions in the city of New-York: together with an appendix, comprising brief memoirs of the late Rev. John Williams, the Rev. Thomas Baldwin, D.D., and the Rev. Richard Furman, D.D.
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