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has expired; and its house is sold to the Unitarians, who will try to live there if they can. We must not fail to record the fact, that the Leyden Church, owing to a combination of misfortunes, has recently been disbanded; and its house of worship in Green street, is sold to the Croswellite Episcopalians. But in the hall vacated by the latter, a free church has just been opened, under the auspices of the other orthodox churches of Boston.
Such is the state of orthodoxy here. Let our readers judge how much truth there is in the impression which has been spread, that our churches are languishing under the influence of the emigration from the city; and how much occasion its friends have for despondency, or its enemies for exultation.
Dec. 1. Mr. Richards Cushman, at South Attleboro', as missionary to St. Domingo.
Dec. 1. Mr. D. L. Furber, Pastor of First Church, Newton. 2. Mr. S. G. Dexter, Exeter, N. H.
Oct. 21. Rev. Gideon Dana, Harmar, Washington Co. O.
11. Rev. Henry W. Beecher, Brooklyn, N. Y.
66 Rev. John Eastman, West Hawley, Ms. 17. Rev. Willard M. Harding, South Weymouth. Dec. 1. Rev. Robert Carver, Raynham.
66 Rev. R. T. Searle, Henniker, Vt.
66 Rev. George R. Entler, Windsor, Ms.
9. Rev. Harvey Newcomb, Grantville, Needham. 15. Rev. Allen Gannett, Fourth Church, Beverly. 16. Rev. Joseph H. Towne, Lowell.
DEATHS OF MINISTERS.
Oct. 23. Rev. Charles Walker, at Groton, Ms.
66 29. Rev. Joseph Bennett, at Woburn.
Nov. 14. Rev. Zebulon Crocker, Upper Middletown, Ct.
PHILOSOPHY AS AFFECTED BY THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF SIN,
OBSERVATIONS ON MEN, BOOKS AND THINGS:
Unitarianism as Related to Orthodoxy and Episcopacy,
The Constitutions of the Holy Apostles,
Associationists in Boston,
Prison Discipline in America,
Mr. Winthrop's Scripture,
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