Arthur, Thomas

Arthur, Thomas a Presbyterian minister, graduated at Yale College in the class of 1743, and on being licensed he was employed as a supply at Stratfield, Conn. He was ordained and installed, by the New York :Presbytery, pastor at New Brunswick in 1746, and died Feb. 2, 1750. "He was a good scholar, a graceful orator, a finished preacher, an excellent Christian, steadfast, without a tincture of bigotry, cheerful in conversation, without the appearance of levity, of an amiable and engaging behavior, the darling of his people." He was one of the original trustees of New Jersey College. Two of his Sermons were printed. (W. P. S.)

 
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