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THE LIFE AND WRITINGS

OF THE LATE

MRS. ISABELLA GRAHAM.

ENRICHED BY HER NARRATIVE OF HER HUSBAND'S DEATH, AND OTHER SELECT CORRESPONDENCE

CHAPTER I.

EARLY LIFE — RESIDENCE IN CANADA.

Foundation of the excellence of her character Birth — Education — Conversion —

Marriage Voyage to Quebec — Doddridge's Rise and Progress — Residence at Montreal

and Fort Niagara — Sails for Antigua — 1742-1772, 7

CHAPTER II.

RESIDENCE AT ANTIGUA — DR. GRAHAM'S DEATH.

Dr. Graham called to St. Vincents — His safe return — State of his mind — Death of Mrs. Graham's mother — Letter describing the death of Dr. Graham — Kindness of Dr. H. — Reflections Letters to Mrs. Grandidier and to her father — Departure for Scotland

1773-1775, 22

CHAPTER III.

RETURN TO SCOTLAND SCHOOL AT EDINBURGH.

Perilous voyage — Trust in God — Return to Cartside — Care of her father — Residence at Paisley Depressed circumstances Peace in God — Singular investment and result School in Edinburgh — Friends Benevolence to poor tradesmen Dancing Letter of Lady Glenorchy — Origin of the Society for the Relief of the Destitute Sick — Death and character of Lady Glenorchy Letter to a daughter — Visit to Cartside and Paisley

Reposes all upon Christ — Removal to New York — Devotional exercises — 1776-1789, 54

CHAPTER IV.

SCHOOL IN NEW YORK — DEATH OF HER PASTOR, DR. JOHN MASON — LAST NEWS OF HER SON.

Voyage and reception at New York Marriage of Mrs. Stevenson — Anxiety for her son

He escapes a press-gang — Confidence in God Sickness and death of her pastor, Dr. John Mason — His character — Dr. John M. Mason installed pastor — Devotional exercises

Letter to A.D. — Letter to her son — Last intelligence of him — Reflections — 1789- 82

CHAPTER V.

DEATH OF HER DAUGHTER FIRST MISSIONARY SOCIETY IN NEW YORK.

Marriage of Mrs. Bethune — Death of Mrs. Stevenson Strong consolation Singular receipts and liberality Devotional exercises Anniversary of her daughter's birth and death — First Missionary Society in New York — Reflections — Acquaintance with Mrs.

C—— near Boston Letter and devotional exercises — 1795-1797, 115

CHAPTER VI.

FORMATION OF THE WIDOWS' SOCIETY — CLOSE OF HER SCHOOL.

Rise of the Widows' Society First monthly missionary prayer-meeting Letter to a young man on joining the church The Essay on Man — Marriage of Mrs. Smith — Close of her school Labors for widows and the poor — Letters to Mrs. C. — The

yellow-fever — Death of Washington — Devotional exercises — 1797-1800, 144


CHAPTER VII.

BENEVOLENT LABORS MRS. HOFFMAN — CORRESPONDENCE.

Schools and labors connected with the Widows' Society Her friend Mrs. Hoffman

Anniversary of the Widows' Society — Visit to Boston Want of evangelical preaching

Letters to Miss M—— of Boston Letters to Mr. and Mrs. Bethune in Britain

Anxiety for them — Confidence in God — Church discipline — Dr. Mason sails for Britain

1800-1801, 167

CHAPTER VIII.

JOURNAL AND LETTERS — LADIES' SCHOOL FOR POOR CHILDREN.

Death of a grandchild Letters to Mr. and Mrs. Bethune in Britain — Death of B. — Of another grandchild — Of Pero, a colored man Return of Mr. and Mrs. Bethune — Takes up her abode with them — Devotional exercises Ladies' school for poor children — Address on its formation Supplications for a revival of God's work Labors for the

suffering poor — Letters to Mrs. C. Letter to the widow of her brother — 1801-1805, 200

CHAPTER IX.

ORPHAN ASYLUM SOCIETY FOREIGN MISSIONARIES.

Letters — Formation and success of the Orphan Asylum Inscription for Mrs. Graham

and Mrs. Hoffman — Labors in the New York hospital and among female





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