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Nicholas Murray (Kirwan) (1802–1861)

Murray, Nicholas [“Kirwan”]. An American Presbyterian clergyman, and controversial and didactic writer; born in Ireland, Dec. 25, 1802; died in 1861. He was settled at Elizabethtown, NJ. Among his works were: ‘Letters to Bishop Hughes’; ‘Romanism at Home’ (1852); ‘Men and Things as I Saw Them in Europe’ (1853); ‘Preachers and Preaching’ (1860); etc.