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Memorials of Edwin Hatch

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Compiled and edited by his brother, Samuel C. Hatch, in limited number in 1890, these twenty-five sermons of Edwin Hatch, D.D., encompass the span of his thirty-year ministry in England, covering the years 1859 to 1888. “They were delivered, as will be seen, upon very varied occasions, and to widely different classes of people. For if the preacher seemed to breathe his native air most freely in the University pulpit or in Westminster Abbey, it may be said also of him, as was once said of his Master, “The common people heard him gladly.” Not the least impressive Sermon is that, for example, which was addressed, in simple language, to an agricultural congregation on the Yorkshire moors; or another delivered to an overflowing multitude of artizans in a manufacturing district. Indeed, his wonderful power of adaptation may be accounted as one of my brother’s most remarkable gifts. Some of the Sermons have already been printed in separate form; but with regard to the remainder it is scarcely necessary for me to say that they were not written with the least view to publication, and thus lack the keen revision of the author’s critical pen.” 6x9, softcover, 196 total pages. ISBN: 9781935573210.