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Henry Ware, Jr. (1794–1843)

Ware, Henry, Jr. An American clergyman and religious writer; born at Hingham, MA, April 21, 1794; died at Framingham, MA, Sept. 22, 1843. He took an active part in the organization of the Unitarian movement. Among his writings are: ‘Hints on Extemporaneous Preaching’ (1824); ‘Recollections of Jotham Anderson’ (about 1824); ‘On the Formation of the Christian Character’ (1831); ‘Life of the Saviour’ (1832); ‘The Feast of the Tabernacle,’ an oratorio poem (1837); ‘Memoirs’ of Rev. Dr. Parker (1834), Dr. Noah Webster, Dr. John Priestley, and Oberlin; and ‘Scenes and Characters Illustrating Christian Truth’ (2 vols., 1837).