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James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Book 1: he keepeth the sheep. (search)
also, the thirty-ninth--God of my life, look gently down. Just before he expired, he requested the friends in attendance to sing the thirty-eighth psalm- Amidst thy wrath remember love, --and attempted to join with them, but when the fore part of the psalm was sung he expired; so that it was said by Mr. Hallock, on a certain occasion, that he died singing the thirty-eighth psalm. This stout-hearted Puritan left three sons and three daughters. Elizabeth and Faithe were married twice, and Anna was the third wife of the Reverend William Robinson. The biography of Jedediah is brief enough: Born in 1755-6--married Miss wells. Rev. Samuel Mills, second son of the Rev. Gideon Mills, graduated at Yale College in 1776, with a view to the gospel ministry. Being full of the patriotism prevalent at that time, he entered the American army as lieutenant in the cavalry. In one of those actions which took place in 1777, this young officer received a wound from a horseman's sword in the
James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter 1: the child and his ancestors. (search)
also, the thirty-ninth--God of my life, look gently down. Just before he expired, he requested the friends in attendance to sing the thirty-eighth psalm- Amidst thy wrath remember love, --and attempted to join with them, but when the fore part of the psalm was sung he expired; so that it was said by Mr. Hallock, on a certain occasion, that he died singing the thirty-eighth psalm. This stout-hearted Puritan left three sons and three daughters. Elizabeth and Faithe were married twice, and Anna was the third wife of the Reverend William Robinson. The biography of Jedediah is brief enough: Born in 1755-6--married Miss wells. Rev. Samuel Mills, second son of the Rev. Gideon Mills, graduated at Yale College in 1776, with a view to the gospel ministry. Being full of the patriotism prevalent at that time, he entered the American army as lieutenant in the cavalry. In one of those actions which took place in 1777, this young officer received a wound from a horseman's sword in the