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Sketches of Virginia : historical and biographical

Sketches of Virginia : historical and biographical

Source : Internet Archive

Sketches of Virginia : historical and biographical

Sketches of Virginia : historical and biographical

Source : Internet Archive

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Inscription on a Tomb-stone - William Hoge -Robert White - Samuel Glass 18-24


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- * James Mitchel - Moses Hoge -John M'Cue-Adam Rankin-Samuel Carrick - Samuel Houston -Andrew M'Clure -John D. Blair. 105-113


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to the Assembly-His visit to Mr. Hoge -His visit to Philadelphia - Graham's Attachment to the Youth -His Trial Sermon


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John HogeOf Dr. Alexander-Sketch of John B. Hoge -Of James H. Fitzgerald 586-596


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of Synod -The Preaching of John B. Hoge-Of Dr. Alexander-Sketch of John B. Hoge -Of James H. Fitzgerald 586-596


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Rutherford, William M'Mahon, Meredith Helmes, George Hoge and.John White. These, in turn, administered the oath to Morgan Morgan and David


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church here , and then William Hoge had his residence on that little rising ground near by us to the


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pastor of this church was John Hoge, a relative of him that gave this land for the place of worship,


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Robert Wilson's, in company with Mr. Hoge, the minister. They appear to have been acquaintances. Under Mr. Hoge, the churches


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of that limestone pyramid lies William Hoge, buried in the [Om


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George, the third son of William Hoge, was one of the first bench of Magistrates in Frederick County, lived a


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chosen Amboy for his home, Mr. Hoge sought Miss Hume in marriage. In a few years he removed to the


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at the very grave of William Hoge, from whom have descended so many honorable families, and so many ministers of


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Brown, G. A. Baxter, and Moses Hoge, and form one of the triad at Hampden Sidney, with Rice and Alexander.


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with the exception of Mr. John Hoge of Frederick County, all the Presbyterian ministers south of the Potomac, in connection


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became the second wife of Moses Hoge, D.D., and has left a memory in the churches which is blessed.


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38th. Of Moses Hoge, the 38th member, there is a short memoir in Sketches of Virginia, and


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obtaining the services of Rev. John B. Hoge, who continued their pastor about four years. Mr.


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to preach the gospel. Messrs. Moses Hoge, Adam Rankin, and John M'Cue exhibited parts of trial at the same meeting


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especially Drury Lacy, and Dr. Moses Hoge.


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I became aco^ainted with Mr. Moses Hoge, a very worthy minister, in Shepherdstown." On Sabbath having preached at Shepherdstown and


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Dr. Jennings, the successor of Mr. Hoge. Going across to Winchester, they proceeded to Newtown, and met their young friend


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Episcopal stone church, near Charlestown. Mr. Hoge preached from the words -Thou therefore endure hardness as a good soldier of


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Alexander Feely and James Perry. Mr. Hoge opened the meeting with a sermon on the words, The kingdom of heaven


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the extensive contiguous congregations of Moses Hoge, William Hill and Nash Legrand. From his narrative, told in all the simplicity


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felt himself under obligations to Mr. Hoge, for the benefit derived from intercourse in his family, and that he left


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of Solomon Hoge, brother of Moses Hoge, and became acquainted with the father, of whom he says -J know not


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County, at the house of Solomon Hoge, brother of Moses Hoge, and became acquainted with the father, of whom he


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pious man. His visits to Moses Hoge, of Shepherdstown, were more and


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Prince Edward, and closed by Mr. Hoge. On Saturday, Oct.


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He thought the views of Mr. Hoge in regard to the influence of the Holy Spirit in conversion were more


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Amos Thompson, without charge , Moses Hoge, Shepherdstown , Nash Legrand, Cedar Creek and Opecquon , William Hill, Winchester, William


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of June, 1807, the Bev. Moses Hoge, of Shepherdstown, Virginia, was unanimously chosen to succeed Mr. Alexander .


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MOSES HOGE PROFESSOR. 307


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in Winchester were, Nash Legrand, Moses Hoge, William Williamson, and John Lyle. These were all good men and true to


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Moses Hoge, the nearest neighbor of Mr. Hill, while residing in Charlestown, held his position


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and removed to Hanover Presbytery. Moses Hoge listened to the invitation from Hampden Sidney College, and in the year 1807


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death of John Lyle, and John B. Hoge went to Martinsburg. These men worked in harmony for a series of


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to become pastor in Petersburg, Samuel D. Hoge, son of the Moderator, passed some of his trials as candidate ,


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16th, 181*.!, Messrs, Moses Hoge, James Mitchel, Conrad Speece, John H. Rice, William S. Reid, and Joseph Logan


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the manuscripts of the late Moses Hoge, D. D. The design of the association in purchasing the press was admirable,


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To-morrow I hope to hear Mr. Hoge again at College. I have been much disturbed during the last week, particularly


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The death of Moses Hoge, President of Hampden Sidney College, and Professor of Theology of Synod of Virginia,


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and of course they considered Mr. Hoge a proper person to receive any proceeds of the funds and be employed


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the ministry, such men as John B. Hoge, Andrew Shannon, James C. Willson, John D. Ewing, Jesse H. Turner, and


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Turner, and Charles Kennon, Samuel D. Hoge, Wm. S. Lacy, and Samuel Mc Nutt, John Kirkpatrick, and Walter S.


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their excellencies, and rejoiced that Mr. Hoge was his successor in the College.


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school, already in operation under Mr. Hoge, the Presbytery of Philadelphia were preparing a memorial to the Assembly. In the


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of Theology, and unanimously elected Moses Hoge, the President of Hampden Sidney, and acting teacher of theology for the College


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to Princeton in July, and Mr. Hoge was chosen the Synod's Professor of Theology in October of the same year,


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the exemplar of his mind. Mr. Hoge knew well the difficulties and peculiar perplexities of his situation, and while he


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REV. MOSES HOGE, D. D. 371


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death the church lamented , John B. Hoge, the splendid orator, taught in the college for a length of time


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endowments to sustain their efforts. Mr. Hoge was remarkably happy in his assistant instructors throughout his whole presidency. He asked


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were too numerous and varied. Mr. Hoge's great powers of body gave way in the year 1819, overwhelmed by his


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374 DEATH OP BEV. MOSES HOGE, D. D. that as a student of his said of him - "the


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Jesse Turner, Benjamin Rice, John B. Hoge, John M'Lean, John Kirkpatrick, Matthew W. Jackson -with elders, Samuel D. Rice,


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and weight. He had urged Mr. Hoge to hold on, and encouraged him in his wonderful self-denial and multiplied labors.


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John B. Hoge, pastor of the church on Shockoe Hill, and successor of Mr. Blair,


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his venerated predecessor, Dr. Hoge, John B. Hoge had lately removed from Winchester Presbytery to the Church on Shokoe Hill,


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the course of the Commissioner, Mr. Hoge, who took his seat in the Assembly over which Dr. Plumer presided. These


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Z. Sheetz, Robert Turner, and Moses Hoge, 16. Whereupon, the Rev. John Lodor arose, and addressing the Moderator, said, that


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JOHN B. HOGE AND JAMES H. FITZGERALD.


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full house assembled to hear John B. Hoge on his first appearance in the pulpit, in Fredericksburg, after his return


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and wisdom in earthly things, Moses Hoge, the Synod's professor and President of Hampden Sidney College. His two sons, John


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Samuel Wilson, D. D. John B. Hoge died of consumption, on the 31st of March, 1826, and lies buried


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gathered by Rev. John Blair, Mr. Hoge was removed to Richmond, and became their pastor , having been released from