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NASTI, Daniel, clergyman, born in Housatonie (now Great Barrington), Massachusetts, 28 May, 1763; died in Burlington, New York, 4 June. 1836. He was graduated at Yale in 1785, and for about ten years was principal of an academy, first at Pittsgrove, and afterward at Swedesborough, New Jersey He was originally a Congregationalist, but became a communicant in the Protestant Episcopal church. In 1794 he took charge of an academy at New Lebanon Springs, New York Soon afterward he began to prepare for orders, and was ordained deacon in St. George's chapel, New York, 8 February, 1797, by Bishop Provoost, and priest in October, 1801. by Bishop Benjamin Moore. From the time of Ms ordination for nearly forty years he labored incessantly in the discharge of his duties as missionary in Otsego and Chenango counties, New York, and was everywhere known as Father Mash.
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