5 edition of Report of a sermon delivered at the drill shed, Charlottetown, Sabbath morning, Aug. 10th, 1879 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Henry Ward Beecher ; reported by Isaac Oxenham.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 05938, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 05938|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (12 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||12|
No Alexander Elliott. Can't place this party. Mother's cousin Alexander Elliott who lived out in Sewickly was born see Book 1 Page line No Josephine C. is the daughter of Polly the oldest child of John Finley of Andrew by her first husband Jesse Carothers. See Book Book [sic] 4 Page The Sabbath was ushered o'clock in p. by the m. six o'clock we listened to morning prayer meeting. At three an excellent sermon delivered by company. Charles Tilman, a licensed preacher, one of the privates of this At p. m. we again meet for prayer and praise. The sweet influences of the Spirit were felt.
His sermon title will be Â Jesus BaptismÂŽ based on Mark The churchÂ s present location is The Morris Chapel, S. Commerce Ave. For more information, call Sebring Church of the Brethren SEBRING Â„ Pastor David SmalleyÂ s sermon on Sunday, Â In Private,ÂŽ will be based on Matthew 6: Next morning we were hurried away on another working party for Christmas holidays. We have had no chance to write until tonight. Last night I posted two old letters, one home and one to Carl. At first some of us were sleeping in an old gun pit. But the 4th morning.
A2 Wednesday, Aug Opinion Delta County Independent. LETTERS Science will prevail Dear Editor: Just a comment on Robert Riggs/Paonia letter to the editor of Aug. A sermon was preached at St. Paul's on the occasion. The members of the livery companies were desired to attend in their best gowns and hoods, at nine o'clock in the morning; this early hour being probably fixed so as not unduly to interfere with the business of the day.
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He left a will on 16 Nov; which was probated on 26 Jun He resided at New Lebanon, Columbia, NY, ca He was a cooper with his brother circaand resided at Broome Center, Schoharie, NY, ca The report read: Totley (population ) Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Erected Separate and entire, exclusively used.
Sittings: f ot standing Attendance: Morning: general congregat Sunday Sch total 51; afternoon:. JAMES HERSEY5 (Thomas W.4, Thomas3, Zebulon2, Richard1) – 04 SEP The Daily Telegraph, St John Co, NB: "The survivors of the New Brunswick Regiment of Artillery who volunteered their services at the time of the Fenian raids in andassembled at the drill shed last eve.
at the request of Col. Blaine who has received instructions. Cyrus West Field, the eighth child and seventh son of David Dudley Field, was born in Stockbridge, Mass., Novem He took his double name from Cyrus Williams, President of the Housatonic Bank (in Stockbridge), and from Dr.
West, for sixty years his father’s predecessor in the pastorate. The party left Washington, April 1, and proceeded to Savannah by slow stages. From the Georgia coast they went northwest through the State, arriving in Athens, May 21st, seven weeks from Washington.
The next morning they traveled to Jefferson in Jackson County where they partook of a "noon dinner" provided by the citizens of the village.Sat 16 AugSouth Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide, SA: - ) DOWLINGVILLE, August 9.
The foundation-stone of the new Wesleyan Chapel here was laid on Monday, the 4th. inst., by Mrs. Waterman, of Ardrossan. On the Sunday previous two sermons were preached by the Rev. T. E. Thorn, of Maitland, to large congregations.History of the University of North Carolina.
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