Statistics for occurrence #1 of “John Pierpont” in chapter 23 of Wendell Phillips, Theodore C. Pease, Speeches, Lectures and Letters of Wendell Phillips: Volume 2:
It went exactly as far as conscience goes, and therefore it lived.
That is what you have done here, nothing more.
The ordinary pulpit is completely described by the angry parishioner who told John Pierpont that he was employed to preach Unitarianism, not Temperance.
Our idea of a pulpit is, that wherever a moral purpose dictates earnest words to make our neighbor a better man and better citizen, to ...
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