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(1796-1865), was pastor of the First Baptist Church, Boston, from 1821 to 1826. He was president of Brown University from 1827 to 1855. He was celebrated as an instructor, preacher and author. He possessed a strong personality which was stimulating to his pupils. He wrote " Elements of Moral Science," " Elements of Political Economy,"" The Limitations of Human Responsibility," and " Slavery and Religion.
By John Franklin Jameson