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E. H. Dewart

Short Name: E. H. Dewart
Full Name: Dewart, E. H. (Edward Hartley), 1828-1903
Birth Year: 1828
Death Year (est.): 1903

Born: March 30, 1828, Stra­done, Coun­ty Ca­van, Ire­land.
Died: Cir­ca 1903, prob­ab­ly in To­ron­to, On­tar­io, Ca­na­da.

Dewart ar­rived in Ca­na­da around 1834. Or­dained a Meth­od­ist min­is­ter in 1855, he ed­it­ed the Meth­od­ist news­pa­per, the To­ron­to Chris­tian Guar­di­an (1869-94), and earned a DD de­gree from Vic­tor­ia Un­i­ver­si­ty, To­ron­to, in 1879. His works in­clude:

Selections from Ca­na­di­an Po­ets (Mont­ré­al, Ca­na­da: John Lov­ell, 1864)
Songs of Life (To­ron­to, Ca­na­da: 1869)
Bible Un­der High­er Cri­ti­cism
Broken Reeds, or, The Her­e­sies of the Ply­mouth Breth­ren Shown to Be Con­tra­ry to Scrip­ture & Rea­son
Canadian Speak­er and El­o­cu­tion­ary Read­er
Children of the Church
Essays for the Times
High Church Pre­ten­sions Dis­proved
Jesus the Mes­si­ah in Pro­phe­cy and Ful­fil­ment
Living Epis­tles
Misleading Lights
Modern Cri­ti­cism and the Preach­ing of the Old Test­a­ment
Priestly Pre­ten­sions Dis­proved; or, Meth­od­ism and the Church of Eng­land
To the Elect­ors of North To­ro­nto
University Fed­er­a­tion
Waymarks, or, Coun­sel and En­cour­age­ment for Pen­i­tent Seek­ers of Sal­va­tion

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