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FULTON, Justin Dewey, clergyman, born in Earlville, New York, 1 March 1828. He was graduated at the University of Rochester in 1851, spent one year at the Rochester theological seminary, and in 1853 became pastor of a Baptist Church in St. Louis, Mo. In 1855 he removed to Sandusky, Ohio, and in 1859 to Albany, New York, where the Tabernacle Baptist Church was established under his ministry. In 1863 he was called to the Tremont Temple in Boston, where he labored for nine years, in 1873 he became a pastor in Brooklyn, New York, but resigned in 1887, and announced his intention of endeavoring to convert Roman Catholics to Protestantism. The University of Rochester conferred the degree of D. D. upon him in 1871. Dr. Fulton is a voluminous author. Among his works are "The Roman Catholic Element in American History" (1859); " Life of Timothy Gilbert" (1864); "Woman as God Made Her (1867); "The Way Out" (1870); "Show Your Colors" (1881); and "Rome in America" (1884).
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