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Call No.: bMS 746
Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University
Creator: Boies, Charles Alfred. 1838-1863
Title: Boies, Charles Alfred. 1838-1863. Notebook, 1862.
Quantity: 1 boxes
Abstract: Collection consists of one notebook which contains lecture notes transcribed by Boies on a course entitled "Existence of God" given by Edwards Amasa Park at Andover Theological Seminary, 1862.
Boies, Charles Alfred, a Congregational minister, was born in Boston, in June, 1838. For a year after the close of his college course at Yale (1860), he was an instructor in Florida. In the fall of 1861 he entered the seminary at Princeton University, where he remained through the winter and then went to Keene, N. H. He at once began to preach in the neighboring town of Roxbury, taking also an active part in the Sunday-schools of that neighborhood. In September, 1862, he entered the seminary at Andover Theological Seminary, and remained there until January, when his health gave way. He died at Keene,May 14, 1863. See Obituary Record of Yale College, 1863.
Collection consists of one notebook which contains lecture notes transcribed by Boies on a course entitled "Existence of God" given by Edwards Amasa Park at Andover Theological Seminary,1862.