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Cyrus Augustus Bartol (1813–1900)

Bartol, Cyrus Augustus (bär-tol’). An American Unitarian divine and essayist; born at Freeport, ME, April 30, 1813; died in Boston, Dec. 17, 1900. He was prominent as a radical in religious thought, and pastor of the West Church, Boston, after 1861. He wrote: ‘Pictures of Europe’ (1855); ‘Radical Problems’ (1872); etc.