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Charles Timothy Brooks (1813–1883)

Brooks, Charles Timothy. An American clergyman, translator, and author; born in Salem, MA, June 20, 1813; died in Newport, RI, June 14, 1883. He became a minister in the Unitarian Church in 1835. He is best known as a translator from the German of Schiller, Richter, Goethe, and Schefer. Among his original works are: ‘Controversy Touching the Old Stone Mill’ (1851); ‘Songs of Field and Flood’ (1854); ‘Poems, Original and Translated’ (1885).