Bradley, Joshua

Bradley, Joshua a Baptist minister, was born in Randolph, Mass., July 5, 1773. He joined the Baptist Church in 1790, was graduated at Brown University in 1799, and was ordained associate pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Newport in 1801. In 1807 he removed to Mansfield, Conn., and two years later opened an academy in Wallingford, in the same state. Mr. Bradley- removed in 1813 to Windsor, Vt., and thence in succession to various places in the states of N. Y., Ohio, Penn., Ill., Mo., Ky., Ind., Va., and Minnesota, preaching, teaching, and establishing seminaries, colleges, and churches, which course he continued till his death in 1855, at St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Bradley was the author of two small volumes on "Revivals" and "Free-masonry," besides various pamphlets. Sprague, Annals, 6:400.

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