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CORRESPONDENCE WITH Dr. STOKES, MRS. MERRY, MR. VAUGHAN,
Barox HIERMELIN, DR. BARTOX, Dr. MUHLENBERG, MR. STICKNEY,
Count Castiglioni, Mr. PAYKULL, Dr. Swartz, llox, lonx Davis,
Lord VALENTIA, JUDGE Parsons, Prof. C. F. RAFINESQUE, Tim-
OTHY PICKERING, EPHRAIM CUTLER.......
LETTERS From W. D. Peck, BENJAMIN TALLMADGE, TIMOTHY PICKER-
ERING, Samuel Taggart, Rufus PCTXAM-DIARIES FOR 1806 To
1816-CHARGE AT ORDIXATION OF Rev. MR. KIMBALL-REMIN-
ISCENCES BY MRS. WHEELER, ALLEN Dodge, Dr. Brown, MR.
CHEEVER-SUNDAY SCHOOL-FUNERAL SERMON-OBITĽARY No-
LETTER FROM GEXERAL Rufus Putxam TO MR. FISHER AMES, 1790–
LETTER FROM FISHER AMES TO GEPERAL Rufus PutxaM............. 373
11. PTER XX.
***OFTCE WITH DR. STOKES, MES. MERBY, ME. Vargaan
Hermuus, Dr. Bartos, Dr. MCHLENBERG, MR. STICKLIT,
I l'AXTIGLIONI, MR. PAYKUIL, Dr. Swartz, llos, loss Datis,
ID V'AEXTIA, JUDGE Parsoxs, Prof. C. F. RAFINE-QUE, TIN-
.I PICKERING, EPURAIN CUTLER......
ROX W. D. PECK, BENJAMIN TALLMADGE, TIMothy PICKER-
ws, Saurel Taggart, Rufus Putxav - DIARIES For 1 w 1970
-I 'HARGE AT ORDINATION OF Rev. MR. KIMBALL-REMIX-
PS BY Mna. WaLLLER, ALLEX Dodge, Dr. Brown, Mr.
bok-Srday SCHOOL-FUNERAL SERMON-OBITUARY lo-
Rev. DANIEL Story- LETTERS TO GENERAL PUTNAM--Dr. CUTLER'S CHARGE
AT MR. Story's ORDINATION-Ohio UNIVERSITY -Diary, 1800.
Y GENERAL Riers Putxam to Mr. FISHER A MES, 1790–
FROM FISHER AMES TO GEPERAL Rufus Putxa 2.......... 373
I GENERAL, WASHINGTON TO BENJAMIN Harrison, GOVERNOR
The Rev. Daniel Story, who left Dr. Cutler's house in No-
vember, 1788, to go as a religious teacher to the settlement at
Marietta, where he arrived in March, 1789, had cheerfully
borne the privations and perils of pioneer life. He had en-
countered a year of famine and the dangers of nearly five
years of Indian warfare, faithfully preaching the Gospel, when
his hearers came to attend the Sabbath services armed with
their rifles; and he went to the outposts, Belpre and Waterford,
when a military guard was necessary for his protection. On
the return of peace, he gathered together those to whom the
Word was precious, and formed them into a Church of Christ,
at Marietta, the first Congregational Church ever established
west of the Alleghany Mountains. Then, after more than
eight years of arduous missionary labor, he went back to Mas-
sachusetts. A call from the people who had so long enjoyed
his ministrations, and still earnestly desired to have them
continued, followed him to his eastern home: