Charles Lowell was a notable minister in Massachusetts during the early 1800s. After graduating from Harvard University in 1800, he became the pastor of the Congregational Church of Boston in 1806 where he continued to serve until his death in 1861. Well regarded for his academic attainments, Lowell was a member of the American Antiquarian Society and an active author in a number of fields.
This sermon was given at the state prison in Massachusetts to the inmates.
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