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The Substance of a Sermon: Delivered at the Funeral of Miss. Nabby Frothingham, of Middletown, (Conn;) February 24, 1809, to a Numerous Crowd of Attentive Hearers, in the Methodist Meeting-House (Classic Reprint) by Joseph Crawford

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The Substance of a Sermon: Delivered at the Funeral of Miss. Nabby Frothingham, of Middletown, (Conn;) February 24, 1809, to a Numerous Crowd of Attentive Hearers, in the Methodist Meeting-House (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from The Substance of a Sermon: Delivered at the Funeral of Miss. Nabby Frothingham, of Middletown, (Conn;) February 24, 1809, to a Numerous Crowd of Attentive Hearers, in the Methodist Meeting-House

At the time the following discourse was delivered there was not the remotest expectation of its ever appearing in print; but the evening after the funeral, while I sat musing upon the order and solemnity of the day, the father of the deceased and Mr. Camp, his son-in-law, began a conversation, by saying, 'that it would be highly gratifying to them, to 'have the Discourse printed, and presumed that it 'would be the wish of many others who were hear 'ers.' I informed them that it would be difficult, as I had made no minute or notes upon the subject. This, however, did not satisfy them. At length I told them I would undertake to commit it to paper; then, if it was thought proper, I would consent to have it printed. I have endeavoured to keep as near as possible to the original. I may venture to say, the substance is retained - I have not in all cases cited chapter and verse, but the sacred text is generally marked with inverted commas. As this Discourse is not published originally from my own wish and desire, but to gratify an afflicted family, I hope my friends will not think me forward in making it public; and that all my readers will be so obliging as to read with candor. If you find defects, cast a veil over them rather than censure, and suffer me to have an interest in your prayers. It is my earnest prayer that this Discourse may be impressed on the readers mind, with lasting benefit for time and eternity.

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