Records of the Life of the Rev. John Murray
LIFE OF THE REV. JOHN MURRAY;
MINISTER OF THE RECONCILIATION,
SENIOR PASTOR OF THE UNIVERSALISTS, CONGREGATED IN BOSTON.
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF.
THE RECORDS CONTAIN ANECDOTES OF THE WRITER'S INFANCY, AND ARE
EXTENDED TO SOME YEARS AFTER THE COMMENCEMENT OF
HIS PUBLIC LABOURS IN AMERICA.
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
A BRIEF CONTINUATION,
TO THE CLOSING SCENE.
BY A FRIEND.
To Christian Friends this Volume makes appeal;
Friends are indulgent.... Christian Friends can feel.
PUBLISHED BY MUNROE AND FRANCIS.
NO. 4, CORNHILL.
An account of the Author's birth and parentage, with succeeding events until the decease of his father
Record continued until the Author's departure from Ireland
Arrival in England, and further progress of the inexperienced Traveller
The Author becomes a happy husband, a happy father. He embraces the "truth as it is in Jesus," and from this, and other combining causes, he is involved in great difficulties. Death deprives him of his wedded friend, and his infant son, and he is overtaken by a series of calamities
The bereaved man quitting his native shores, embarks for America, indulging the fond hope of sequestering himself in the solitude for which he sighed. But, contrary to his expectations, a series of circumstances unite to produce him a Promulgator of the gospel of God our Saviour
Record continued from the September of 1770, to the winter of 1774
Summary Record of Events from January 1775, to October 1809; with a fac simile of General Washington's hand writing
Record continued from October, 1809, to September, 1815, including the closing scene