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CONTENTS.

EARLY LIFE, TILL COMMEXCING STUDY.

FIRST TWO YEARS IN ACADEMY.

Temptations resisted-exposure to sudden death-descrip-

tion of the school-anticipations of the ministry-daily
study of the Bible-establishes a weekly prayer.meeting,
connected with a Bible Class—Bible Class of Young La-
dies in Lawrenceville-labors “from house to house"-ef-
forts for the salvation of his parents and relatives-la-
ments his sinfulness-topics for meditation and day of

CHAPTER IV.

FIRST YEAR IN COLLEGE.

Temptations and trials of a College life--pants for spiritual

converse-letter to a family-day of fasting-letter, "Looking unto Jesus”-refreshing visit at Lawrence. ville-New Year's letter to his parents-efforts to ronse others to duty-letter to a brother-humiliation and joy in God-letter to afflicted relatives-to a lady apparently Dear death-faithfulness to an individual-blessing on bts labors in vacation-holy joys college honors-abandant and successful labors in revivals in Connecticut in vacation-journal and letters,

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CHAPTER V.

SECOND YEAR IN COLLEGE..

Labors in connection with the Pastor of a Church in New

York-letter of warning to a friend-freedom from secta rianism-to an aged colored woman-New Year's letter to his parents—to a Cousin—to a Female Friend-Diary -to a Young Christian-Diary-requested to aid a neighboring clergyman-forgoes visit to his friends, and spends vacation in a revival-success of his labors-letter to the Young Converts-to a young Lady death of Summerfield-to a minister of the Gospel,

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Want of health-joins the Theological Seminary-to a fa-

mily at Princeton-to a Clergyman who had bled at the
lungs-to his mother-labors in revivals of religion in
Connecticut-conversion of his friend L. P.-labors in re-
ligious meetings_Bible Class-success-bleeds at the
lungs-submission-aspirations for heaven-conversation
with a friend in view of his illness-to a brother, and a fe-
male friend-New Year's letters,

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CHAPTER VIII.

VISITS AT THE SOUTH-SICKNESS-DEATH-CONCLUSION.

Voyage to Charleston, S. C.-journies at the South-let-

ters respecting his health-Divine consolations-return
to New-York and Middle Haddam-licensed to preach
the Gospel-letters to friends-Diary-embarks for
Prince Edward, Va.-letters to friends-gradual decline
-death-letters describing the closing scene-letters
received by the Compilers-Conclusion,

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