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Image from page 698 of "Churches of Aberdeen : Historical and Descriptive" (1909)

Identifier: churchesofaberde00gamm

Title: Churches of Aberdeen : Historical and Descriptive

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Gammie, Alexander

Subjects: Aberdeen

Publisher: Aberdeen : Aberdeen Daily Journal Office

Contributing Library: University of Guelph Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Scottish Studies Foundation (Canada)



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Rev. Robert B. MVicar. its stead another church on a site to beagreed upon, while also providing fundsfor the purchase of a manse. The transac-tion was a satisfactory one for the OriginalSeceders, and many a congregation wouldhave been glad of an opportunity of secur-ing a new place of worship on similarterms. It may also be mentioned that alegacy received from Mrs. Rettie placed thecongregation in an enviable financial posi-tion. The next minister of the church was theRev. Robert F. Stuart, B.A., whose ordina-tion took place in 1895. Mr. Stuart provedto be an able and vigorous preacher, andhis pidpifc gifts won appreciation outside,for, contrary to custom, he ventured onsome interchange with his brethren inother denominations. Naturally, thiscaused some criticism and commotion. Intothe differences and discussions it would beneedless to enter, and suffice it to say thatin April, 1898, Mr. Stuart resigned thepastorate. He removed to Ireland, butbefore leaving Aberdeen he was the reci-p



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