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Nathan Strong (1748–1816)

Strong, Nathan. An American Congregational clergyman and author; born in Coventry, CT, Oct. 16, 1748; died in Hartford, CT, Dec. 25, 1816. He was a chaplain in the Revolutionary army; projected and sustained the Connecticut Evangelical Magazine (1800–15); founded and conducted the Connecticut Missionary Society (1798–1806); and compiled the ‘Hartford Collection of Hymns’ (1799). His published works include two volumes of ‘Sermons’ (1798–1800), and a pamphlet, ‘The Doctrine of Eternal Misery Consistent with the Infinite Benevolence of God’ (1796).