Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Pastorate of REV. Chas. Hawley, D.D; With the First Presbyterian Church, of Auburn, N.Y., 1857-1882 Volume 4

Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Pastorate of REV. Chas. Hawley, D.D; With the First Presbyterian Church, of Auburn, N.Y., 1857-1882 Volume 4

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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. 1883 edition. Excerpt: ...spiritual masonry that will outlast the superb stone structure in which you preach. ' May every stroke you strike for Christ echo in Heavrn. I wish I could be with your rejoicing people to-morrow evening. But here goes a right hand of hearty greeting to grasp your own, with a' thousand benedictions. When you have ended your life work among that flock who love you, may you sleep sweetly among them, and "break ground" for them on the Resurrection morn! Yours in the fellowship of Christ Jesus, THEODORE L. CUYLER. DR. CHARLES Hawmv. From Rev. B. M. Goldsmith, D. D. ' BELLONA, Nov. 2, 1882. REV. A. J. UPSON, D. D., and others. DEAR FRIENDS: --Y0ur invitation to attend a reception to be given to the Rev. Dr. C. Hawley, on the 3d inst., was duly received and I have been waiting with a hope that I might make an acknowledgment thereof in person. This, it seems now, I shall hardly be able to do, and I say it with much regret, for it would afford me unmixed satisfaction to prove by my presence, my regard for him as a man and a Christian brother. Doubtless the fact that we were members of the same tribe--the tribe of " Union "--like Benjamin of old---a small tribe in this section of Israel, --and that we sat simultaneously at the feet of the same Gamaliels, Robinson, White, Parker, Cox and Mason, has-led you to include my name in the list of invitations. Greatly overshadowed-as we are by the tribe of " Auburn," (or Judah, shall I call it?) I rejoice that our dear Mother has sent forth a son so genial in manner, so sound in judgment and withal so faithful and efficient in his work thathe has been deemed worthy' of adoption On terms of full equality by the tribe of Judah" Indeed, it may be doubted on whom the...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236931564
  • 9781236931566