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PARKHURST, Charles Henry, clergyman, born in Framingham, Massachusetts, 17 April, 1842. He was graduated at Amherst in 1866, studied theology at Halle in 1869, and at Leipsic in 1872-'3, and was principal of the high-school in Amherst in 1867, and professor in Williston seminary, Easthampton, Massachusetts, in 1870-'1. He was pastor of the Congregational church at Lenox, Massachusetts, from 1874 till 1880, when he was called to the Madison Square Presbyterian church, New York city. He has written for various magazines, and is the author of "The Forms of the Latin Verb, Illustrated by Sanscrit" (Boston, 1870) ; " The Blind Man's Creed, and other Sermons" (New York, 1883); and " Pattern in the Mount, and other Sermons" (1885).
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