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BIRTH AND EARLY EDUCATION. Purpose of the Author Birth and early circumstances Want of religious privileges Entering upon the study of law First interest in religion Questionings on the subject of prayer.
BEGINNING OF HIS WORK. A retainer from the Lord Jesus Christ Call to preach Conversation with neighbors Evening meeting Revival in the village Visit at his fathers Deacon M at the monthly concert Conversion of Squire W. Morning prayer meeting Great light Fasting and prayer Experience of the burden of prayer.
HIS DOCTRINAL EDUCATION AND OTHER EXPERIENCES AT ADAMS. Discussion on the atonement Revival revived Further discussion Encouragement from Elder H. Lectures on Universalism Licensed by presbytery Father Nash Review of Mr. Gales theology.
PREACHING AS A MISSIONARY. Labor at Evans Mills The people pledged Experience of Miss O The railers death The false hope The Universalist subdued Father Nashs transformation Mr. Ds conversion.
REVIVAL AT EVANS MILLS AND ITS RESULTS. The German church Meeting for inquirers Taught to read Moving scene Habit of testifying in prayer meeting Style of preaching Preaching at presbytery.
REMARKS UPON MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. The judges view Criticisms of ministers The preachers aim Danger in the schools Advantages of extemporaneous preaching Manner of preparation Facsimile of skeleton.
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REVIVAL AT ANTWERP. Impression of the place Prayer on Saturday Plain preaching on Sabbath Scene at Sodom Preaching to the Universalists Sermon on election Cure of insane woman.
RETURN TO EVANS MILLS. Authors marriage Return to his work Winter at Brownville Conversion of Mrs. B. Attempt to return for his wife Stopped at Le Rayville Premonition of a work at Gouverneur The vain young woman converted.
Opposition of Baptists Discussion of Baptism Aunt Lucys relief Conversion of Mr. M.
REVIVAL AT DE KALB. Presbyterians falling, Visit of Mr. F. The Catholic tailor Elder Ss new light Effect upon the meeting Going to Synod Meeting with Mr. Gale Spirit of prayer.
REVIVAL AT WESTERN. The Western revivals Afternoon prayer meeting Praying of Mrs. H. Conversion of the B children The home of a convicted daughter The hay-loft Adaptation of religious labor Mr. Gales new views and experience.
REVIVAL AT ROME. Remarkable inquiry meeting Great interest Little H and her father Death of a reviler Conversion of Mr. H. Visit of Sheriff B. The spirit of prayer Conversion of the officers wife Conversion of Mrs. C.
REVIVAL AT UTICA. Abundant prayer Conversion of Sheriff B. The Lowville merchant Beginning of opposition Mr. Weeks doctrines Sudden death of the minister Conversion of Miss F T. Scene in the factory Conversion of T. D. Weld False teaching.
REVIVAL AT AUBURN IN 1826. Further opposition Victory in prayer Dr. Ss new baptism Conversion of Mr. H. Division of the congregation Dr.
Lansings painful experience Public confession.
REVIVAL AT TROY, AND AT NEW LEBANON. Visit to Dr. Nettleton Influence of the opposition Dr. Beman before presbytery Conversion of Judge Cs father Conversion of Miss S. The work at New Lebanon Conversion of Dr. W , of Mr. T, and of John T. Avery Committee of presbytery New Lebanon Convention Notice of Dr. Beechers Biography Remarks on Revivals.
REVIVALS AT WILLWINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA. Mr. Gilbert New School preaching and its effect Beginning in Philadelphia Theology at Philadelphia Hopkinsianism Conversion of a desperate man Of a despairing young woman Fondness for dress Interest among the lumbermen Mr.
REVIVAL AT READING, PENNSYLVANIA. Unsound teaching Arrangement for balls Inquiry meeting Death of Dr. Greer Conviction of Mr. B. False counsel to inquirers Conversion of Mr. O B. His death Preaching to the editors Labor at Lancaster Conversion of Elder K. Fatal delay.
REVIVAL IN COLUMBIA, AND IN NEW YORK CITY. Account of Mr. H. Reorganization of his church Invitation to New York Anson O. Phelps Diligence of a young woman in restitution Conversion of Lewis Tappan The first Free Presbyterian church.
REVIVAL IN ROCHESTER, 1830. Selection of a field Adjustment of differences Conversion of Mrs. M. The Anxious Seat Panic in church Work in the High School Conversion of the merchant and his wife Conversion of Mr. P. the burden of prayer Effect upon the morals of the city Effect abroad.
REVIVALS IN AUBURN, BUFFALO, PROVIDENCE AND BOSTON. Leaving Rochester Best at Auburn, and remarkable invitation Abel Clary Six weeks labor A month in Buffalo conversion of Mr. H. Three weeks in Providence Conversion of Miss A. Invitation to Boston Sensitiveness of the people Giving up all to all Orthodoxy questioned Proposal from New, York.
LABORS IN NEW YORK CITY IN 1832, AND ONWARD. Chatham street theatre Installation The Cholera The revival Diligence of the membership Conversion of Mr. El. The free Presbyterian churches Organization of a Congregational church Broadway Tabernacle Voyage to the Mediterranean A day of prayer at sea The New York Evangelist Excitement on slavery Revival Lectures Invitation to Oberlin Decision.
EARLY LABORS IN OBERLIN. The tent Financial failure Hostility of the surrounding region Embassy to England Providential supply Lectures to Christians in New York Relations to Western Reserve College Theological prejudice Popular idea of Oberlin Spiritual progress at home.
THE REVIVAL IN ROCHESTER IN 1942. Rest in Rochester, and invitation to preach Lawyers request for a course of Lectures Judge Gs conversion Pastor of St.
Lukes The quit-claim deed Doctrines preached Interest in lawyers Chronic skepticism Mr. W. the priest.
ANOTHER WINTER IN BOSTON. Second-Adventism The church in Marlborough Chapel A false prophet A chapter of personal experience A new consecration Experiences in connection with the death of Mrs.
F. Experiences not appreciated Need in Boston.
FIRST VISIT TO ENGLAND. Mr. Potto Brown and his religious enterprises Invitation to England Labors in Houghton Invitation to Birmingham Interview at Mr. James Close Communion Theology and Dr.
Redford Interesting letter-Preaching at Worcester Invitation to London Dr. Campbell and the Tabernacle.
LABORS IN THE TABERNACLE, MOORFIELDS, LONDON. First inquiry meeting Large attendance Visit at the British school room Definite aim in preaching The borrowed sermon Interest in Episcopal churches A tea-meeting for poor women Visit to France Embarking for home.
LABORS IN HARTFORD AND IN SYRACUSE. Brief labor in New York Invitation to Hartford Difficulty of cooperation among the pastors, adjusted Timidity in regard to measures Prayer meetings among converts Organized effort The churches in Syracuse Cooperation of Christians Interesting communion Mrs. Ss new baptism Ladies meetings Taking up the Cross Mother Austins faith .
LABORS IN WESTERN AND IN ROME 1854-5. Case of crime Confession and restitution Conversion of the school teacher Preaching at Rome Distraction in the church.
REVIVAL IN ROCHESTER IN 1855. Pressing invitation Preaching to the lawyers Prevailing interest The University Zeal of the ladies Ingenious spirit Restrictions in New England.
REVIVALS IN BOSTON IN 1856-57-58. The pastors renewal Divided feeling Establishment of prayer meetings The South Conversion of Mrs. M.
LABORS IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND. Preaching in Edinburgh The E. U. Church The ladies prayer meeting Preaching in Aberdeen Circumscribing prejudice going to Bolton, England First evening at Bolton The week of prayer Cooperation of denominations Canvassing the city A more quiet manner Work in Mr. Bs mill Cases of restitution Conversion of the miserly mill-owner Labors in Manchester Want of cooperation Return home.