mpression on his mind, which had been in a degree skeptical.
That having heard I had caused a number of copies of Dr. Olenthus Gregory's letters on the Evidences, Doctrines and Duties to be brought to West Point and deposited with the quartermaster,to recitation, and he will have a good deal of tedious time in the guard-room.
I will put on the mantel-piece a copy of Gregory's Letters (he thought nobody could withstand that book); he will look at it just to kill time, and we will see.
The othry disorder, and it was thought that foreign travel would be of service, and he went abroad.
I gave him a letter to Olenthus Gregory, whose book on the Evidences, etc., had been so connected with the progress of his mind in divine things.
In it I related the good it had done under God's blessing.
Dr. Gregory was then professor of mathematics in the Military College at Woolwich, and the author of scientific works then used as text-books in the West Point Academy.
He was a beautiful example