PRAYER AND ITS ANSWERS Illustrtated in the First Twenty-Five Years of the Fulton Street Prayer Meeting. Irenaeus Prime, amuel.

PRAYER AND ITS ANSWERS Illustrtated in the First Twenty-Five Years of the Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1882. 1st Edition. Hardcover. First edition, 8vo, publisher's brown cloth, gilt titles to spine, 171 p. Inscribed by author Prime underneath the statement printed on the verso of the ffe for the subscribers of The New York Observor with the compliments of the publishers and the senior editor. Samuel Irenæus Prime (1812-1885) was an American clergyman, traveler, and writer. He was born at Ballston, N. Y. to Benjamin Youngs Prime. He graduated from Williams College in 1829. Three years later he entered Princeton Theological Seminary, was licensed to preach in 1833, and in 1835 was installed pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Ballston Spa, N. Y. For a time he was principal of the academy at Newburgh, N. Y. In 1840 he entered upon the chief work of his life as editor of the New York Observer, a paper of which he afterward came to be the principal owner. His brother and then his son-in-law, Rev. Charles A. Stoddard,[1][2] carried on the editorship after his death. He was the founder of the New York Association for the Advancement of Science and Art, president and trustee of Wells College, and a trustee of Williams College. Near Fine. Item #012731

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