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William Henry Harrison Murray (1840–1904)

Murray, William Henry Harrison. An American preacher, lecturer, and miscellaneous writer; born in Guilford, CT, April 26, 1840; died on March 3, 1904. His publications include: ‘The Perfect Horse’; ‘Adirondack Tales’; ‘How Deacon Tubner Kept New Year’s’; ‘Daylight Land’; ‘Adventures in the Wilderness’; ‘Deacons’; ‘Music-Hall Sermons’; ‘Sermons from Park Street Pulpit’; ‘The Doom of Mamelons’; ‘Words Fitly Spoken’; etc.