« Bartlett, Samuel Colcord Bartol, Cyrus Augustus Bartoli, Daniello »

Bartol, Cyrus Augustus

BARTOL, CYRUS AUGUSTUS: Unitarian; b. at Freeport, Me., April 30, 1813; d. in Boston Dec. 16, 1900. He was graduated at Bowdoin, 1832, and at the Harvard Divinity School, 1835; in 1837 he was ordained as assistant pastor to Dr. Charles Lowell at the West Church (Unitarian), Boston; after Dr. Lowell’s death in 1861 he became pastor, and served till 1888. He was a member of the Transcendental Club and published a number of volumes, chiefly sermons and addresses, among them being Discourses on the Christian Spirit and Life (2d ed., revised, Boston, 1850); Discourses on the Christian Body and Form (1853); Pictures of Europe (1855); Church and Congregation (1858); Radical Problems (1872); The Rising Faith (1873); Principles and Portraits (1880); Spiritual Sacrifice (1884).

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