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    Adams, Sarah Fuller Flower (female) 02/22/1805 - 08/14/1848 English

    Poet, actress, and radical; associated with William Johnson Fox; married William Bridges Adams; wrote Vivia Perpetua, a Dramatic Poem (1841); contributed to Westminster Review; advocate for women and working class; wrote hymns including "Nearer, my God, to Thee." See ODNB.

    Adams, William Bridges (male) 05/26/1797 - 07/23/1872 English

    Railway engineer; manufactured railway vehicles and tracks; wrote technical books and numerous memoirs and articles; wrote radical political pamphlets and for the Monthly Repository in the 1830s. See Boase I: 19, ODNB.

    Barham, Thomas Foster (male) 09/10/1794 - 03/03/1869 English Queens' College, Cambridge

    Classicist and scholar; contributed to Cornish scientific societies; wrote Introduction to Greek Grammar (1829), Greek Roots in English Rhymes (1837). See Boase I: 161-2, ODNB.

    Beard, Rev. John Relly (male) 08/04/1800 - 11/21/1876 English University of Giessen; Manchester College at York

    Unitarian Minister, journalist, and school master; editor of Christian Teacher; started the Unitarian Herald; wrote Voices of the Church in Reply to Dr. Strauss (1845), Latin Dictionary (1854), and other works. See http://www.unitarianhistory.org.uk/ministerobit18004.html, Boase I: 208, ODNB.

    Bowring, Sir John (male) 10/17/1792 - 11/23/1872 English

    Editor of Westminster Review, M.P., sent on diplomatic and commercial missions. Considered a great linguist. Published volumes of translated poems, travel books, tales and sketches. See Boase I: 362, ODNB.

    Brettell, Rev. Jacob (male) 04/16/1793 - 01/12/1862 English Manchester College at York

    Unitarian minister at Rotherham; wrote The Country Minister, a Poem in 4 Cantos (1821) and other verses and hymns; contributed to Christian Reformer, Sheffield Iris, and other periodicals. See http://www.unitarianhistory.org.uk/ministerobit18004.html, Boase I: 392, ODNB.

    Browning, Robert (male) 05/07/1812 - 12/12/1889 English

    Famous poet; wrote Bells and Pomegranates (1841-6), The Ring and the Book (1868-9), and many other books. See Boase IV: 520, ODNB.

    Carlyle, Thomas (male) 12/04/1795 - 02/05/1881 Scottish University of Edinburgh

    Philosopher and author; noted lecturer; works include Sartor Resartus (1835), Life of Frederick the Great (1858-65). See Boase I: 549-550, ODNB.

    Carpenter, Rev. Lant (male) 09/02/1780 - 04/06/1840 English University of Glasgow

    Educator and Unitarian minister; minister at Bristol and at Lewin's Mead; believed in natural causes to explain world; wrote An Introduction to the Geography of the New Testament (1806), An Examination of the Charges made Against Unitarians and Unitarianism (1820), and other works. See ODNB.

    Chapman, Henry Samuel (male) 07/21/1803 - 12/27/1881 English

    Colonial journalist and judge; founded Montreal Daily Advertiser; Judge of Supreme Court in Victoria and in New Zealand; wrote Thoughts on the Money and Exchanges of Lower Canada (1832). See Boase I: 591, ODNB.

    Chapman, Rev. Edwin (male) 12/01/1798 - 03/01/1875 English

    Unitarian minister at Deptford and Billingshurst. See http://www.unitarianhistory.org.uk/ministerobit18004.html.

    Cogan, Rev. Eliezer (male) 1762 - 01/21/1855 English

    Cleric and school master; Presbyterian minister at Walthamstow 1801-1816; wrote Dissenters on Classical Literature (1789), Sermons chiefly on practical subjects (1817), and other works. See Boase I: 668, ODNB.

    Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (male) 10/21/1772 - 07/24/1834 English Christ's Hospital, London; Jesus College, Cambridge

    Romantic poet and Christian philosopher; collaborated with Wordsworth on Lyrical Ballads; wrote Ryme of the Ancient Marriner, Christabel, Kubla Khan. See ODNB.

    Coquerel, Charles (male) 12/02/1822 - 04/12/1867 French

    Navy surgeon and entomologist.

    Coquerel, Rev. M. A. (male) unknown

    Desainteville, Alexandre Dumenil (male) 1797 French

    Still alive in 1848; living in London.

    Drummond, Rev. Thomas (male) English

    Presbyterian minister in Norwich; lectured at Mechanics Institute.

    Eachus, George Eedes (male) 1811 - 08/28/1840 English

    Unitarian; wrote for the Christian Reformer and the Monthly Repository.

    Elliott, Ebenezer (male) 03/17/1781 - 12/01/1849 English

    Poet and bar-iron merchant, known as "Corn Law Rhymer" for his efforts to repeal the Corn Laws; mixed politics and pastorals. See ODNB.

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