Memoirs and Journal of Hugh Judge: A Member of the Society of Friends and Minister of the Gospel, Containing an Account of His Life, Religious Observations, and Travels in the Work of the Ministry (Classic Reprint)

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The parents of hugh judge emigrated from Ire land, and settled in Philadelphia. They were of the Roman catholic profession of religion, and were said to be very strict in their adherence to the customs and ceremonies of that church. They had two sons, of which Hugh was the younger; and they were both baptized in their infancy. After the death of his fa ther, Hugh was placed out apprentice by his mother, Margaret Judge. His elder brother was said to be an uncommonly promising youth; but he died at about the age of eighteen years. His death made a deep impression on Hugh's mind, and he felt his sit nation as being almost alone in the world, having no relative in this country but his Widowed mother. It is probable that this was the season of Divine visita tion to his soul, alluded to in the following brief nar rative of his early life.

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