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Abiel Abbot Livermore
The Four Gospels: With a Commentary (1843)
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"Born: October 30, 1811, Wilton, New Hampshire. Livermore graduated from Harvard in Arts in 1833, and in Divinity in 1836. After ordination as a Unitarian minister, he pastored in Keene, New Hampshire (1836); Cincinnati, Ohio (1850); and Yonkers, New York (1857) (where he also edited the Christian Inquirer). In 1863, he moved to Meadville, Pennsylvania to become president of the Theological School there. Livermore was also chief editor of the Cheshire Pastoral Association’s Christian Hymns in 1844. His other works include:
"He was fitted for college at Philips Exeter Academy; grad. Harvard College, 1833, and at the Cambridge Divinity School, 1836. He was ordained over the Cong. Ch. in Keene, Nov. 2, 1836, and was pastor of the society until May, 1850. He was the pastor of the Unitarian Church in Cincinnati, O., from 1850 till 1856; and of Hope Ch. in Yonkers, N. Y., from 1856 till 1863, since which time he has been president of the Meadville, Pennsylvania, Theological School. He was also editor of the Christian Inquirer, New York, from Jan. 1, 1857, till Sept., 1863. (Livermore & Putnam, p. 436)"
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