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Mr. Choate on Dr. Adams's Sermons. the Essex Street Church, in the city of Boston, enjoys the p
Dr. Adams was held last Monday evening, and Mr. Choate made a beautiful speech upon the occasion, i had never hurt the feelings of the Honorable Mr. Choate, who said:
Never in an introductory p
From this it will be seen how exceedingly Mr. Choate has enjoyed his religion, and how much the c cash and other valuable articles.
In truth, Mr. Choate argues the matter with great profundity.
He litics he cannot understand.
He will ) said Mr. Choate, have learned from his Bible that the race o neralities are modified by civil society.
Mr. Choate is clearly advancing.
Some years ago he dis join the church of the Rev. Dr. Adams--then Mr. Choate is right and his pastor is right.
But this nt; but we cannot, of course, keep pace with Mr. Choate.
For it seems to us, that if politics have By the discussion of these, we should be very sorry to have Mr. Choate disturbed.
April 2, 1859. [2 more...]
Mr. Choate on Dr. Adams's Sermons. the Essex Street Church, in the city of Boston, enjoys the pastoral supervision of the Rev. Nehemiah Adams, D. D., and the dithe Rev. Nehemiah Adams, D. D., and the distinguished confraternization of the Honorable Rufus Choate — a combination of felicities which hardly any ecclesiastical body of this age or of any country can boast. The twenty-fifth anniversary of the settlement of Dr. Adams was held last Monday evening, and Mr. Choate made a beautiful speech upon the occasion, in which he pr
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Passing to a consideration of the ministry of Dr. Adams, Mr. Choate declared that its chief charm for him had been, that the Doctor h erfectly serene everything must have been in Essex Street. This is why the Rev. Nehemiah Adams has been presented by his congregation with a piano-forte, valued at $ rotherly and benevolent, or the opposite, so we do but join the church of the Rev. Dr. Adams--then Mr. Choate is right and his pastor is right.
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