The Ladies' Repository Volume 38-39
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1867 Excerpt: ...had obscured the Creator and all his works, and revealed the infinite Father. It seemed to her that the book was inspired; and fearing she might not be able to get another like it, she copied...
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it from beginning to erd. Returning this work, she received next "Skinner's Sermons," and these, too, she copied. The manuscripts now lie before me, a monument of her anxiety to escape from night to day,--from agony to peace. Dreading error she undertook the task of learning Greek, and pursued it until she had read the New Testament. But gaining access to those able works in which all controverted points are critically treated, she turned to them as more exhaustive and satisfactory. Thus the months went by and her new faith grew clearer and firmer. The help she had received in this direction, from the young clergyman already referred to, had been constant, wise and delicate. Such anxiety on her part to learn, and such willingness on his part to teach, naturally brought them a good deal together, and so it came about that she became Mrs. D. P. Livermore., With her life since this happy union, the readers of the Repository have been more familiar. Her husband has been settled as pastor in Stafford, Conn.; Maiden and Weymouth, Mass.; Auburn, N. Y.; and Quincy, 111. In these places Mrs. Livormore is remembered as one of the foremost in religious and social labors; as making her house the centre of hospitality, and as being familiar with all the homes of the parish; as ready and courageous in Lumanitarian movements: and as a sympathizing, effective friend of the aged, unfortunate, sick and bereaved. During these years she wrote largely for our periodicals, acted as editor of the Lily, and furnished contributions to the Rose, ReposiTory, Miscellany, Trumpet, Freema...