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MOORE, Erasmus Darwin, editor, born in Winsted, Connecticut, 30 September, 1802. He studied theology at New Haven in 1830-'3, and held Congregationalist pastorates at Natick, Barre, and Kingston, Massachusetts He was editor of the "Boston Recorder" from 1844 till 1846, the "Boston Reporter" from 1846 till 1849, the "Congregationalist" from 1849 till 1851, and the "Old Colony and Massachusetts Bay Record," published by the state. In 1861 he held an office in the Boston custom-house. Since 1862 he has been the Boston correspondent to the "New York Evangelist" and other papers. He was associate editor of a "Cyclopaedia of Missions" (New York, 1852), and the author of "Life Scenes in Mission Fields" (1857), and other works.
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