Excerpt from Memoir of Rev. Bennet Tyler, D.D: Late President and Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological Institute of Connecticut Few incidents worthy of notice occurred in his early life. When four years of age he had a very narrow escape from death. He was climbing a cart wheel; the oxen started, he fell, and the wheel passed over him; he, doubtless, would have been instantly crushed had he not fallen by the side of a stone, which broke the force of the wheel.
In view of this providence he has remarked, - and who 2 (13)
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