A Far Journey

A Far Journey

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A Far Journey

A Far Journey

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It may not be uninteresting to the reader to know how this autobiography came to be written, and what the author considers to be its excuse for being. In my travels in this country, ever since I left New York City, in the winter of 1893, and during the years of my ministry in the Middle West and in Boston, I was called upon on numerous occasions to tell the story of my life. I told this story, in brief, at many church and club meetings, before schools and at hospitable firesides, never thinking that it possessed any greater merits than to entertain an audience for the space of an hour, or give an interested group of friends the pleasure of a rather novel conversation.

In the summer of 1912, while on a visit to the famous summer resort, Manchester-By-theSea, Massachusetts, I was entertained at a beautiful and hospitable home where the gracious members of the family requested me to . . .

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