The American Quarterly Register Volume 11, No. 3

The American Quarterly Register Volume 11, No. 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1839 edition. Excerpt: ...and Mr. Harding ordained, was connected in public worship with the Second Religious Society. But a ditference in doctrinal sentiment at length produced a division between them. Mr. Harding was dismissed frorn the Second Society by an Ecclesiastical Council, convened by him and the church, Oct. 4, 1825.I On the same day, the church concluded it was their duty to continue under Mr. Harding's instruction, and to provide another place of public worship.1 Accordingly, temporary accommodations were provided by the church for this purpose, and public worship was commenced, separately from the Second Society, on the second Sabbath in October, 1825.1 At this separation, all the members of the church, it is understood, both male and female, withdrew frotn the Society. An Ecclesiastical Council, called by the pastor and the second church in Walthain, Nov 15, 1825, recommended that Mr. Harding continue his pastoral relation; and that the church and those associated with them should take measures as soon as possible to provide a commodious and permanent place for public worship.I With this recommendation Mr. Harding complied on his part; and the church proceeded to the erection of a new meeting'house. which was dedicated Oct. 11, 1826.1 The church also voted July 15, 1826 " to change their name;" and to be called thencefortb, "The Trinitarian Congregational Church" of Waltham.' 'Church.Rec0rda. HARDING. Mr. Harding studied divinity with Rev. Dr. Ide of Medway.1 Dismissed from Waltham, he was installed Nov. 1, 1837, over the First Church in Medway. 'Rev. Mr. Harding WHITNEY. Mr. Whitney studied theology at the Seminary in Andover, a member of the cl.ass.of 1834;. was ordained as pastor of the First Church more

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