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Text:"...CAPTAIN SCOTT the corners a fragment hidden in an old trunk in the garret all these years furnishes a further record. From this fragment it appears that a certain ThomasScott was hired at fifteen..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... account, of the Rev. Martin Madan. (9) quot; The Gentleman s Magazine/ 1821. P. 569. Obituary notice of the Rev. ThomasScott. (10) quot; Recollections.quot; By Sir Gilbert Scott. P. 27. Account of his..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...118 THOMASSCOTT. those only are accepted by him, who are willing to tread in his steps. ** At the ensuing ordination, I was admitted a candidate," continues Mr. Scott, without objection..."
Date:1832
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...94 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT 1818; in the same year, his, quot; History of the Synod of Dortquot;; his quot;Theological Treatisesquot;; his Sermons; his Works directed against Infidelity; and his quot..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...26 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT is also interesting to note that Miss Rebecca Gines afterwards married the Rev. Stephen Langston, Rector of Little Norwood, Bucks., and later, Vicar of Southborough, Kent..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...78 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT entitled, not as a donation, but as a remuneration, to something from the hospital. The whole stipend which I received, at first 80, then, as joint chaplain, ^quot;100..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...48 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT impressive and well suited to the West End congrega tion worshipping at the Lock. Mr Madan was cousin to the poet Cowper, which gave him a certain connec tion with Olney. He..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THOMASSCOTT. 117 living within a few miles, I was in some degree known, I applied, without delay, to the vicar of Boston, Dr. Calthorp, who was well acquainted with my mother and her family, though..."
Date:1832
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., to comply with the prevailing tone and to compromise. It was a difficult moment, but ThomasScott rose to it and his immortal answer remains on record as a memento of his faithfulness and the silencing..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...60 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT wards, as well as for instituting the Friday evening service in the chapel, of which some mention has already been made above. MrScott s colleague in the assistant..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...104 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT great work, the Commentary, was also the occasion of almost constant perplexity, embarrassment, and dis appointment for nearly the whole of the first fourteen years of his..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...50 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT would the congregation at the Lock Chapel be if they could escape the verdict of posterity as to the attitude the majority of them assumed towards the ministry of this great..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...52 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT more popular and acceptable than his own, who was an extraordinary favourite with the Lock Chapel congregation, and whose influence was destined from the first to be cast..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...112 THOMASSCOTT. one day rising fron the degradation to which he was condemned. Hence, in some of the winter evenings he used to read whatever books he could procure. But strange to say, his father..."
Date:1832
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...120 THOMASSCOTT. calling were not neglected. He generally wrote two sermons in a week, and, in one instance, in the course of three weeks, wrote seven sermons, each thirty-five minutes long..."
Date:1832
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...70 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT hospital and the asylum, which, after 1793, were printed together. After many vicissitudes, the asylum became firmly established and, under the title of the quot; Lock Rescue..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THOMASSCOTT. 171 old Herodotus, in the original, in Latin, and in English. For each book read, whether ancient or modern histoiy, I have my maps laid before me, and trace each incident by the map..."
Date:1859
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...64 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT set-off against the falling-off in the receipts from the chapel, which were only one-third what they had been in the quot;golden daysquot; of Madan. We must now go back some..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...22 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT but it is a satisfaction to know that all came round at last, not only to him personally, but also to the prin ciples he professed ; and there is a record of a visit..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...62 LIFE OF THOMASSCOTT income. He accordingly applied to the Governors, pointing out that he had given fourteen of the best years of his life to the service of the hospital, and asking for a higher..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1821
Publication place:London, England