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Enoch Cobb Wines (1806–1879)

Wines, Enoch Cobb. An American clergyman and philanthropist; born in Hanover, NJ, Feb. 17, 1806; died in Cambridge, MA, Dec. 10, 1879. He devoted his life to the promotion of reform in the administration of criminal law and treatment of criminals. His writings include: ‘Two Years and a Half in the Navy’ (1832); ‘A Trip to China’ (1832); ‘Hints on Popular Education’ (1838); ‘Commentaries on Laws of Ancient Hebrews’ (1852); ‘Adam and Christ’ (1855); ‘Prisons and Reformatories in the United States and Canada’ (1867); ‘State of Prisons and Child-Saving Institutions’ (1880).