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The pioneer preacher, or, The rifle, axe, and saddle-bags, and other lectures
William Henry Milburn
|Other titles||Pioneer preacher., Rifle, axe, and saddle-bags.|
|Statement||by William Henry Milburn ; with an introduction by J. McClintock.|
|Contributions||McClintock, John, 1814-1870.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||309 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||309|
A native of North Carolina, he served with distinction for several terms in the Legislatures of both Kentucky and Ohio. He was an early enemy of the slave traffic. He lived to a ripe old age and was admired and respected by his associates. Pioneer, preacher, statesman, reformer, he . The manifested opposition to Slavery began with the lectures and pamphlets of a few disinterested men and women, who based their movements upon purely moral and religious grounds; but their expostulations were met with a storm of rage, with tar and feathers, brickbats, demolished houses, and other applications of Lynch Law.
THE END OF AN ERA. CHAPTER I A LONG WAY FROM HOME IT was the day after Christmas in the year Near sundown, two young officers of the army of the United States sat upon one of the benches on the promenade of the great reservoir . On the other hand, Sir Thomas Herbert, the quaint historian of the embassy of Sir Dodmore Cotton from Charles I. to Abbas the Great, who accompanied Sir Robert Sherley and the English envoy hither after their bootless interview with the Persian monarch at Ashraf in , reported of Kazvin that it was 'equal for grandeur to any other city in.
The first book which bears the imprint J. & J. Harper was printed in Augusti in an edition of two thousand copies, for the elder fliyckinck, an honored name in the annals of the American book trade. This book wasSeneca's Morals, and it exemplifies the general make-up of the future Harper publications, with its plain, compact page, its beautiful. A DIGRESSION. The purpose of this history is to relate facts concerning that part of North Carolina which lies between the Blue Ridge and the Tennessee line; but as there has never been any connected account of the boundary lines between North Carolina and its adjoining sisters, a digression from the main purpose in order to tell that story should be pardoned.
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Such was the power and force of character of the best pioneer preacher that ever filled an appointment in the Big iIatchie country. The first school-house in Tipton,north of Hatehie, was built inin the Thompson settlement, and old man Larkin Gaines was the first schoolmaster.
- HISTORY OF LICKING COUNTY. the Pioneer society of Newark, and attended one of its meetings in October,coming all the way from his home in Hancock county expressly for that purpose. Many will remember his interesting addresses at that time, consisting, for the most part, of reminisences of early times in the county.
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by j. c. maple, a.m., r.p. rider, i.At the request of this Society the writer undertook to prepare a Paper upon the Settlement of the Bay Quinté. Having been induced to take up his abode for a time at Belleville, near which he was born, the writer availed himself of every opportunity he could vi create while engaged in his professional duties, during a period of five years, to collect facts pertaining to the subject.He was a plain, common-place preacher, studious in the Scriptures, mild in temper, and like other Baptist preachers at that period, worked a farm, received casual contributions from the brethren, and was quite as self-denying, and devoted to the work of Author: John Mason Peck, Rufus Babcock.