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Talmage, Thomas de Witt

(1832–1902). Pulpit orator; b. near Bound Brook, New Jersey; studied law NYC, theol. at Dutch Ref. sem., New Brunswick, New Jersey Was pastor of Ref. chs. in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania 1856–69. Presb. pastor Brooklyn, New York, 1869–94; Washington, D. C., 1894–99. Works include The Abominations of Modern Society; Around the Teatable; The Bright and Morning Star; From Manger to Throne; Every-Day Religion.


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