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Volume 3 begins with a letter from Emily E. Chubbuck to Anna Maria Anable telling in awestruck tones that her innocent flirtation with Adoniram Judson has blossomed into something much more serious. That was resolved rather quickly for he proposed formally on January 20. Over the next several months the letters reflect her great joy in this wonderful love that both came to believe was ordained by God. They also reflect as well Emily's personal angst as she fought with her perceptions of what she had been in her "worldly" period. Emily and Adoniram were married on June 2, 1846 and embarked from Boston to Burmah on July 11.

Te next section contains letters and poetry from the long five-month voyage. Volume 3 closes with the birth of Emily Frances Judson, and the poem "My Bird" which Emily wrote to commemorate this blessed event.

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George H. Tooze was born in Boston and educated at Gordon College (BS), Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (MDiv), and Andover Newton Theological School (DMin). In forty years of pastoral ministry, he served churches in Gardner, Beverly, and Malden, Massachusetts, and Indianapolis, Indiana, retiring from active ministry in December 2003. He is married to Constance Taylor Tooze, and they are the parents of two adult children, with five grandchildren.

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