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Dexter, Henry Martyn, an eminent Congregational divine and editor of the Congregationalist, of Boston, was born at Plymouth, Mass., August 13, 1821; graduated at Yale College in 1840, and at Andover Theological Seminary in 1844; was pastor in Manchester, N. H., and in Boston; resigned his pastoral charge in 1867 to become editor of the Congregationalist and Recorder. He is the author of a large number of published volumes. He died November 13, 1890. His only hymn in this collection is a translation of the primitive hymn of Clement of Alexandria:

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