|Birth||3 MAY 1832|
|Death||5 JAN 1917|
The author of these sketches had called to him the sonorous, measured and elevated sentences of Punshon when he heard Dr. Tudor. The likeness between these gifted Methodist ministers does not run in language alone, but the robust build, the firmness on the feet, the broad shoulders and heartiness in manner of each are kin to the other.
They have traveled alike along the highway of popular pulpits. Punshon found eager audiences at home and at remote cities. Tudor, when a boy, was the wonder and pride of Loudoun, the stronghold of Methodism, and since his circuit days great churches have sought his services. The daily press have reported his sermons and periodicals preserved them in print. It was not only the melodious cadences, hut, yet more,... Read More