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A Story Of One Short Life 1783 To 1818

Auhtor: Elisabeth Stryker

Language: english

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Review by M. Erb, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Story Of One Short Life 1783 To 1818':

... and everywhere, and upon everybody, urged attention to the world's great needs, and their great duties. As the result of this planning, waiting ...
... was sent to each of the reigning monarchs and other chief magistrates of the world. Before the art of printing, the Bible was the most expensive ...
... a school, called the African School, for training young colored men to teach and preach to their own race. He then lent essential aid in the formation ...
... any safety in the ship, he abandoned her, taking his children with him in a small boat. Some of those left on board the ship, in their agony of peril, ...
... he died. The observations and inquiries which had been so conscientiously made by the agents, enabled them to report to their society that ...
... of the insect which must yield him its sweets, and discovers that the nature of the cell and the food affects the difference in the bees. We have ...
... related in the stately, old-time style, and somewhat laudatory and expansive. He had no son, as Adoniram Judson had, gladly to record the ...
... blessing, and he was deeply interested, but the revival passed, leaving him with a bitter, rebellious feeling in his heart. About this time, one ...
... purpose, and from it he never wavered. He set about his plannings, with this supreme end in view. Thanking God for his own salvation, he laid his ...
... This commission filled his soul. He gathered a few of his friends in a grove, to tell them his convictions and his hopes. What was his surprise and ...
... that his chief object was to get me engaged to execute his plans. As soon as I discovered that, I told him to bring out his letters and all his plans, ...
... country, and forget his sorrow. The captain of an American vessel showed him kindness, and consented to take him on board. He brought him to America, ...
... heard this boy recite. He became greatly attached to him, and began to cherish a plan for his future. He wanted to see Obookiah a Christian, ...
... Islands and there I will end my life. From that day to this, missionaries and missions, schools, churches and Christians have multiplied, ...
... were answered and their plans resulted in the formation of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. If the objections made ...
... of some of the prominent pastors, and the professors in the seminary. To the annual meeting of the General Association of Massachusetts, at Bradford, ...
... possess. This tour was undertaken under the patronage of the Connecticut and Massachusetts Home Missionary Societies. Heretofore these societies had ...
... consent of Bishop DeBury to distribute the Scriptures in French to the French Romanists, who made up three-fourths of the population of the state. ...
... return to the churches which had sent them out, to report what they had discovered, and to beg that men be sent to these waste places which were ...
... Manly souls look through bright eyes. My heart responds to the beats of affection beneath jacket and cut-away. I see also a row of girlish ...