Burt, Nathaniel C, Dd

Burt, Nathaniel C., D.D.

a Presbyterian minister, was born at Fairton, N. J., April 23,1825. He was a graduate of the College of New Jersey in 1846, and of Princeton Seminary in 1850. His ministerial career began at Springfield, 0. (1850-55). From this Church he 'was called to the pastorate of Franklin Street Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, Md.; and in 1860 was called to the Seventh Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, O. During his pastorate in the latter Church he travelled for some time in Europe and the East, seeking the restoration of his health. He was elected president of Ohio Female College at Cincinnati, in 1868, but soon resolved to return to Europe. In 1870 he crossed the ocean, in order to superintend the education of young ladies from this country. He died at Rome, Italy, March 4, 1874. He was a man of fine scholarship and cultivated taste; being a correspondent of several American journals, especially the Presbyterian and the New York Evangelist. He published several volumes, entitled, Redemption's Dawn :- Hours Among the Gospels : -The Far East:-The Land and Its Story. See Presbyterian, April 4,1874.

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