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The Reverend James Doran had scarcely completed Pat Conyers' last rites on Boot Hill in the township of Petrie, when shots were heard in the distance.
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Reverend James Freeman Clarke was one of Alcott's few supporters and defended him against the harsh response from Boston periodicals.
In 1763, The Reverend James Manning, a Baptist minister, and an alumnus of the College of New Jersey ( predecessor to today's Princeton University ), was sent to Rhode Island by the Philadelphia Association of Baptist Churches in order to found the college.
In 1777 Madison's cousin, the Right Reverend James Madison ( 1749 – 1812 ), became president of The College of William & Mary.
It features interviews with friends, peers, and admirers such as Dave Grohl, Slash, Ozzy Osbourne, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, and Robert Trujillo of Metallica, David Ellefson of Megadeth, Scott Ian of Anthrax, Alice Cooper, Peter Hook of Joy Division / New Order, Dee Snider, Nikki Sixx, Mick Jones of The Clash, Kat Von D, Henry Rollins, Lars Frederiksen of Rancid, Jim Heath of Reverend Horton Heat, Slim Jim Phantom of The Stray Cats, Mike Inez, Joan Jett, pro skateboarder Geoff Rowley, pro wrestler Triple H, Fast Eddie Clarke, Jarvis Cocker, Marky Ramone, former Hawkwind
Reverend Eugene Thomas from Ohio, USA, told James Powell and Roy P. Mackal in 1979 a story that involved the purported killing of a Mokèlé-mbèmbé near Lake Tele in 1959.
Soon thereafter, a group of ten Congregationalist ministers: Samuel Andrew, Thomas Buckingham, Israel Chauncy, Samuel Mather, James Noyes, James Pierpont, Abraham Pierson, Noadiah Russell, Joseph Webb and Timothy Woodbridge, all of whom were alumni of Harvard, met in the study of Reverend Samuel Russell in Branford, Connecticut, to pool their books to form the school's first library.
Her prized possession was a bound volume of the Dissenters ' Theological Magazine and Review, in which the family's pastor, the Reverend James Wheaton, had published two essays, one insisting that God had created the world in six days, the other urging dissenters to study the new science of geology.
The Very Reverend James Parks Morton, who became dean of the cathedral in 1972, fostered projects to enable it to become " a holy place for the whole city " and encouraged a revival in the construction of the Cathedral.
On Monday 20 May 1839, Highgate Cemetery was dedicated to St. James by the Right Reverend Charles Blomfield, Lord Bishop of London.
The Reverend Canon Eric James, Chaplain Extraordinary to HM the Queen, was Canon at St Albans for many years.
After the British Parliament overruled Virginia's Two Penny Act, which had limited the established clergy's salaries, the Reverend James Maury filed suit against the vestry of Louisa County for payment of back wages.
At about 4: 00 pm, Surgeon James Reynolds, Otto Witt-the Swedish missionary who ran the mission at Rorke's Drift-and army chaplain Reverend George Smith came down from the Oscarberg hillside with the news that a body of Zulus were fording the river to the southeast and were " no more than five minutes away ".
That same day, Tess participates in the village May Dance, where she meets Angel Clare, youngest son of Reverend James Clare, who is on a walking tour with his two brothers.
His father, the Reverend James Clare, tells Angel about his efforts to convert the local populace, and mentions his failure to tame a young miscreant named Alec d ' Urberville.
On the way, she overhears a wandering preacher and is shocked to discover that he is Alec d ' Urberville, who has been converted to Methodism under the Reverend James Clare's influence.
The cast included Gemma Arterton ( Tess ), Hans Matheson ( Alec ), Eddie Redmayne ( Angel ), Ruth Jones ( Joan ), Anna Massey ( Mrs. d ' Urberville ), and Kenneth Cranham ( Reverend James Clare ).
The Henrico-Glebe house at Varina was the location where Reverend Dr. James Blair, rector of Henrico Parish, is believed to have drawn up the plans for a new school, long a goal of the colonists of Virginia.
James County had been established by the Tennessee General Assembly in January 1871 and was named after Reverend Jesse J. James.
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`` Amen '', said the Reverend Doran, grabbing his rifle propped up against a tombstone, `` and now my brethren, it would seem that our presence is required elsewhere ''.
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Before his departure, a group of his friends, the Reverend Stidger among them, had given him a luncheon, and Stidger had seen advance sheets of Elmer Gantry.
and though he had found the strength to run with us, now he collapsed and lay on the ground, dying, the Reverend holding his head and wiping his hot brow.
It may appear that we were cruel and callous, but no one had time to spend sympathizing with poor Isaac -- except the Reverend.
A teenage girl, Abigail Williams, is being sharply questioned by her minister uncle, the Reverend Samuel Parris, about a wild night affair in the woods in which she and some other girls had seemed to have had contact with these evil beings.
The Reverend William Arthur Phillips of the Nyasa Industrial Mission in Blantyre had established a Baptist mission there in 1905, serving an area of and 50, 000 souls.
His father was the Reverend David Kaunda, an ordained Church of Scotland missionary and teacher, who was born in Malawi and had moved to Chinsali to work at Lubwa Mission.
On 17 November 1834, the British amateur astronomer the Reverend Thomas John Hussey reported a conversation he had had with French astronomer Alexis Bouvard to George Biddell Airy, the British Astronomer Royal.
The TRC had a number of high profile members: Archbishop Desmond Tutu ( chairman ), Dr. Alex Boraine ( Deputy Chairman ), Mary Burton, Advocate Chris de Jager, Bongani Finca, Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, Sisi Khampepe, Richard Lyster, Wynand Malan, Reverend Khoza Mgojo, Hlengiwe Mkhize, Dumisa Ntsebeza ( head of the Investigative Unit ), Dr. Wendy Orr, Advocate Denzil Potgieter, Mapule Ramashala, Dr. Fazel Randera, Yasmin Sooka and Glenda Wildschut.
Having been vilified in the media for her support of free love, Woodhull devoted an issue of Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly ( November 2, 1872 ) to an alleged adulterous affair between Elizabeth Tilton and Reverend Henry Ward Beecher, a prominent Protestant minister in New York ( he supported female suffrage but had lectured against free love in his sermons ).
Always of precarious health herself – she is said to have had tuberculosis – she was too weak to prepare her father's papers for publication, so she delegated the task to a family friend, Reverend William Stephens.
The night before her execution, she told the Reverend Stirling Gahan, the Anglican chaplain who had been allowed to see her and to give her Holy Communion, " Patriotism is not enough, I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone.
In 1970 the Reverend John W. Elliot, senior minister of the Church of Scientology and chairman of its Drug Abuse Prevention team, announced that " Dianetic Counselling " had " completely cured 30 out of 30 people " who came to the Church of Scientology for help.
With the practise came many of Hunt's established patients, most notably The Reverend Charles L. Dodgson ( better known as Lewis Carroll ) who had been a regular visitor to Ore House.
In Britain, under the Imperial War Graves Commission, Reverend David Railton had seen a grave marked by a rough cross while serving in the British Army as a chaplain on the Western Front, which bore the pencil-written legend " An Unknown British Soldier ".
* Head of Religious Affairs The Right Reverend Reverend Wright ( Deayton ), who had a mail-order bride
In 1866 he married Letitia Green, with whom he had fallen in love nine years earlier, at Centre College ( her father, the Reverend Lewis Warner Green, the head of the college, had not agreed to the marriage, but he had died, and Letitia and her mother-who also opposed the marriage-had subsequently moved to Bloomington ).
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* The Reverend Dr R T Kendall, Minister of Westminster Chapel ); prolific writer ; he completed his DPhil thesis, ' The nature of saving faith from William Perkins ( d. 1602 ) to the Westminster Assembly )' at Regent's Park in 1977
His uncle, the Reverend Thomas Spencer, vicar of Hinton Charterhouse near Bath, completed Spencer's limited formal education by teaching him some mathematics and physics, and enough Latin to enable him to translate some easy texts.
Construction was completed in February 1957, and was officially consecrated on December 11, 1957 by the Most Reverend Francis P. Carroll, Bishop of Calgary.
The Reverend Thomas Lovibond ( the vicar of Egloshayle ) started to become distressed at the number of humans and animals that had died during the crossing of the river Camel so he planned the building of a bridge which was completed in 1468.