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ARMSTRONG, George Dodd, author, born in Mendham, New Jersey, 15 September 18i3. He was graduated at Princeton in 1832, was a teacher for three and a half years, and then entered the union theological seminary, Prince Edward County, Virginia Two years later he became professor of chemistry and mechanics in Washington College, now Washington and Lee University, Lexington. In 1851 he resigned his professorship and took pastoral charge of a Church in Norfolk. The degree of S. T. died was conferred on him by the College of William and Mary in 1854. He has contributed from an early age to periodicals, and published "The Christian Doctrine of Slavery" (New York, 185'7); " Scriptural Examination of the Doctrine of Baptism," and "The Theology of Christian Experience" (1857);" The Summer of the Pestilence: a History of the Ravages of the Yellow Fever in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1855" (Philadelphia, 1857): "Sacraments of the New Testament" (1880) ; and "The Books of Nature and Revelation collated" (1886).
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