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BOARDMAN, Henry Augustus, clergyman, born in Troy, New York, 9 January 1808" died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 15 June 1880. He was graduated at Yale in 1829 with the highest class honors, and at Princeton theological seminary in 1830. He was a leading member in Presbyterian societies, and pastor of the 10th Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia from 1833 till 1876, when he became pastor emeritus. His published works include "The Scripture Doctrine of Original Sin" (Philadelphia, 1839) ; " Hints on Cultivating" the Christian Temper On High-Church Episcopacy "; " Correspondence with Bishop Doane on the Oxford Tracts" (1841) ; "The Prelatic Doctrine of the Apostolical Succession Examined" (1844)" "The Importance of Religion to the Legal Profession" (1849); "The Bible in the Family" (1851); "The Bible in the Counting-House" (1853); "Vanity of a Life of Fashionable Pleasure"; "Discourse on the Low Value set upon Human Life in the United States" (1853)" "The Great Question, Will you Consider the Subject of Personal Religion ?" which passed through many editions (1855)" "Discourse on the American Union" (1858)" "The Christian Ministry not a Priesthood The Book" (1861) ; and "Earthly Suffering and Heavenly Glory" (1875). Passages from his writings were published under the title "A Handful of Corn" (New York, 1884).
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