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A Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches

A Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches
By the Deputation from the Congregation Union of England and Wales
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  • Date Published: February 2012
  • availability: Available
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108045216

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  • Andrew Reed (1787–1862) was a Congregational Minister and one of the leading philanthropists of his day, fund-raising for and founding a number of orphanages and asylums. In 1834, he and fellow Congregational Minister James Matheson (1766–1840) were sent to the Congregational Churches of the United States, in order to promote peace and friendship between the two communities. This two-volume 1835 work consists of thirty-nine letters in which the authors recount their journey, and their meetings with their fellow Congregationalists. They visited a large number of cities, mostly on the Eastern Seaboard, and made one excursion to Canada. In Volume 1, the focus is on their arrival in America and their first impression of the country and its people. Volume 2 tells of the many different communities that Reed and Matheson encounter in America, and the focus is mostly on theological and educational issues, including the education of girls.

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    • Date Published: February 2012
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108045216
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 mm
    • contains: 4 b/w illus. 1 map
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Preface
    1. Departure from Liverpool
    2. Invitation of the Presbytery
    3. Journey to Washington
    4. Return to New York
    5. Excursion to Morristown
    6. Meeting of the General Assembly
    7. Meeting of merchants
    8. Journey to Burlington
    9. Niagara
    10. Journey to Buffalo
    11. Journey to Cincinnati
    12. Passage to Louisville on the River Ohio
    13. Forest
    14. Charleston
    15. Sabbath at Lexington
    16. Sacramental meeting
    17. Steam-boat
    18. Remarks on camp meetings
    19. Passage to Philadelphia
    20. Schenectady
    21. Union College at Schenectady
    22. Northampton
    23. Revival at Amherst
    24. Lowell
    25. Salem
    26. Boston
    27. Hartford
    28. Passage to New York. Volume 2:
    29. Revivals
    30. Subject continued
    31. Subject continued
    32. Religious opinions
    33. Religious denominations
    34. Subject continued
    35. Religious economy
    36. Subject continued
    37. Religious societies
    38. Education
    39. Subject continued
    40. Subject continued
    41. Slavery
    42. Subject continued
    43. General conclusions
    44. Conclusion
    Narrative of a Visit to Canada and Pennsylvania:
    1. From Burlington to St. John's
    2. From Montreal to Brockville
    3. Toronto
    4. Report respecting Canada
    5. Buffalo
    6. Seneca Lake
    7. Sabbath at Orwell
    8. Tunkhannock
    9. Pittsburgh
    10. Coal Hills
    11. Pennsylvania
    12. Rise and progress of Pittsburgh, with its present condition

  • Authors

    Andrew Reed

    James Matheson

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