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ROBINS, Henry Ephraim, clergyman, born in Hartford, Connecticut, 27 September, 1827. His education was received at the Literary institute, Suffield, Connecticut, and at Newton theological seminary, where he was graduated in 1861. In the same year he was ordained, and in 1862 he became pastor of the Central Baptist church, Newport, Rhode Island In 1867 he took the pastorate of the 1st Baptist church, Rochester, New York, and he remained there until 1873, when he was called to the presidency of Colby university, Waterville, Maine For nearly ten years he administered the affairs of this college with success. In 1882 he was elected to the chair of Christian ethics in Rochester theological seminary, which place he still (1888) occupies. Dr. Robins has spent much time in study and travel in Europe.
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