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memorial. And now in the church at Quincy, from which his light has so lately gone out, a mural tablet has been set up, facing the monuments of two illustrious Presidents of the United States, and bearing the following inscription:

IN MEMORY OF
WILLIAM PARSON'S LUNT, D. D.
Pastor of this Church,

Prized, Honored, Lamented.
Theologian, Poet and Scholar,
He devoted his life
To intellectual pursuits and sacred exercises.
Weighty and accomplished as a writer,
Eloquent as a Preacher,

Conservative in a liberal doctrine,

Of a grave and earnest spirit,
He loved the highest meditations,

And meditated the truest services.

Born in Newburyport, April XXI., MDCCCv.
Installed here June III., MDCCCXXXV.
He died at Ezion-Geber
On his way to Jerusalem,
March xxi., MDCCCLVII.

EVEN SO, SAITH THE SPIRIT,
FOR THEY REST.

Besides various contributions to the Christian Examiner, Dr. Lunt is the author of the following publications.

A Sermon delivered in Quincy, June 7, 1835. 2 Peter i. 12.

A Sermon at the Ordination of H. G. O. Phipps, 1835. 1 Col. i. 28. * A Sermon at the Installation of Rev. George Whitney, 1836. 1 Cor. ii. 14.

! A Christmas Sermon, 1836. Luke i. 35. Psyche. A Poem delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society in

Two Discourses delivered September 29, 1839, on the 200th Anniversary of the First Congregational Church in Quincy.

~ A Discourse delivered at the Funeral of Rev. Peter Whitney, March A Discourse preached in Quincy, November 9, 1843. Mark vii. 11. Artillery Election Sermon. 1847. A Discourse at the Interment of President John Quincy Adams, March, 1848. A Discourse delivered in Quincy, October 21, 1849. Matt. xiii. 47, 48. A Lecture before the Quincy Lyceum, February 7, 1850. A Discourse delivered in Quincy, Sept. 15, 1850. Eccles. iii. 11. A Discourse delivered in Quincy, April 10, 1851. Titus iii. 1, 2. A Discourse delivered in Washington, Nov. 30, 1851. Titus i. 15. An Address before the Alumni of the Cambridge Theological School, July 20, 1852. A Discourse delivered in Quincy, Nov. 25, 1852, commemorative of Daniel Webster. A Discourse delivered in Quincy, January 8, 1854. John v. 41. . A Discourse delivered in Quincy, June 25, 1854. 1 John iv. 1. The Dudleian Lecture for 1855. A Discourse delivered in Quincy, June 3, 1855. “A Sheaf of

7, 1843.

4TH s.—voil. IV. 65

Years.”
“The Last Sermon.” December 28, 1856. Ps. cwii. 7.

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A Discourse preached in Quincy, November 9, 1843. Mark vi 7. Artillery Election Sermon. 1847.

A Discourse at the Interment of President John Quincy Ada. March, 1848. A Discourse delivered in Quincy, October 21, 1849. Matt

. I. 47, 48.

A Lecture before the Quincy Lyceum, February 7, 1850.
A Discourse delivered in Quincy, Sept. 15, 1850. Eccles. iii

. Il A Discourse delivered in Quincy, April 10, 1851. Titus iii. 1, 2 A Discourse delivered in Washington, Nov. 30, 1851. Titus i lli

An Address before the Alumni of the Cambridge Theolog: School, July 20, 1852.

A Discourse delivered in Quincy, Nov. 25, 1852, commemorar of Daniel Webster.

A Discourse delivered in Quincy, January 8, 1854. John v. 41 A Discourse delivered in Quincy, June 25, 1854. 1 John iv

. 1. The Dudleian Lecture for 1855.

A Discourse delivered in Quincy, June 3, 1855. “A Sheaf : Years.” - The Last Sermon.” December 28, 1856. Ps. cvii

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