Churches, Sermons & Ministers

C. Barnard's Map No. 5 United States Army Corps Of Engineers 1830 Communications. Mr. Editor---As I learn that the proprietors of the North Meeting-house in this village have attempted to exercise acts of ownership over the public square on which the Meeting-house is erected, I wish to inquire whether they have a right so to do? The matter is of some importance as affecting generally, the rights of the...
Dedication Of Brattleborough Village Meeting House. On the 22d inst. the Meeting House, lately erected in Brattleborough Village, was dedicated, with suitable solemnities, to the service of Almighty God. A repectable number of the clergy were present, and the house was thronged to overflowing, by the Inhabitants opf this & the neighboring towns. The Rev. William Wells, pastor of the church in this place, made the Dedicatory Prayer. The...
Rev. Charles Walker, D. D. Publishing reports of sermons and of the doings of religious and ecclesiastical meetings, has become almost as much a part of the business of the secular press in the cities, as publishing the news of the day. We know not why we may not with propriety imitate their example. The Thanksgiving Sermon of the Rev Mr Walker of this village, was characterized with more...
Rev. Thomas Pickman Tyler A Christmas Sermon. Preached in St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Brattleboro, on the morning of Christmas Day, 1876 by Rev. T. P. Tyler, D. D. _____________________________________________________________________________ St. John 1:14 The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth. _____________________________________________________________________________ With the church, it is always--- "Advent, Lent,...
Rev. Lewis Grout's Discourse Among these points of interest may be reckoned a few facts and traditions respecting the first meeting-house. The house stood about eight rods west of the old cemetery, half a mile northward of the Harris hill, three or four rods northward from the present Smith Miller line, or about ten rods westward from the Rev. Abner Reeve's grave. The spot is marked by a small...
Spring Street In 1862 Probably the very first Catholic services ever held in Brattleboro were those conducted by Father Callahan, who came here from Chicopee and who said mass from a stump on a farm which later passed into the ownership of the Morningside Cemetery association. These services were only intermittent, however, until some years later when the congregation removed to a carpenter shop on Spring street. This building,...
Bells and Clocks Useful and Pleasant Appendages to Christian Temples. The East Society of this town, having had the misfortune to crack their first bell, lately got up a subscription for a new Bell and Clock, which was soon filled, by rising of eighty subscribers. The bell and clock were accordingly ordered, and brought on by George Holbrook, Esq. and under his superintendence were raised and placed in the...
The Successful Life. A Discourse, On the Death of President Lincoln, Delivered April 19, 1865 At the Center Church, Brattleboro, By the Pastor, Rev. G. P. Tyler. __________________ Published by Request. ___________________ Brattleboro: Printed at the Vermont Record office. 1865. _____________________________________________________________________________ Text. II. Timothy, IV. VII. VIII. I have fought a good fight; I have finished my course; I have kept the faith; and henceforth there is laid up...
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