William Henry Harrison Murray, an American clergyman, born in Guilford, Conn., April 26, 1840. He graduated at Yale college in 1862, and was licensed to preach in 1863. In 1864 he became pastor of the Congregational church in Greenwich, Conn., but removed in 1866 to West Meriden, Conn. In 1868 he was settled as pastor of the Park street church in Boston. He has become distinguished both as a pulpit orator and as a lecturer, and during the winters of 1869-'70 and 1872-'3 he delivered courses of Sunday evening sermons in the music hall, Boston, which have been published under the title "Music Hall Sermons" (2 vols., Boston, 1870-'73). He has also published "Camp Life in the Adirondack Mountains" (1868); "Words Fitly Spoken" (1873), being selections from his pulpit utterances; and "The Perfect Horse " (1873), a contribution to agricultural literature. A weekly publication of his sermons delivered in his church, under the title "Park Street Pulpit," was issued in Boston from the beginning of 1871 till October, 1874, when Mr. Murray resigned his pastorate.