Cutter, William, an editor and publisher,
was born in North Yarmouth, Me., May 15,
1801. He was educated at Bowdoin College,
where he was graduated in 1821. He
belonged to the Congregational Church.
He was engaged in business in Portland,
Me., for several years, and then in Brooklyn,
N. Y. His hymns were contributed to
the Christian Mirror, a periodical published
at Portland. He died February 8,
1867. Professor Bird describes Mr. Cutter
as "a deserving writer who has hitherto
missed his due meed of acknowledgment."
|She loved her Saviour, and to him
|Who is my neighbor? He whom