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Excerpt from A Voice to Universalists
He is now in his seventy-ninth year, and in the fifty-ninth of his ministry, having begun to preach in the autumn of 1791. His first settlement, as a pastor, was in 1796, over the Universalist Society in Dana, Mass. From this place he removed, in 1803, to Barnard, Vt., and took the charge of the Universalist societies in that town, in Woodstock, Hartland, Bethel, and Bridgewater. After continuing there about six years, he accepted a settlement, in 1809, with the church in Portsmouth, N. H. In 1815, he was called to the church in Salem, Mass; and thence, in Dec. 1817, to the Second, or School Street, Universalist Church, in Boston, with which he is still connected as senior pastor.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (January 4, 2017)
isbn: 1334499330, 978-1334499333,
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