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Hosea Ballou (1796–1861)

Ballou, Hosea (ba-lö’). An American Universalist divine, journalist, and historian; born at Halifax, VT, Oct. 18, 1796; died at Somerville, MA, May 27, 1861. He was the first president of Tufts College (1854–61), and editor of the Universalist Magazine. He wrote: ‘Ancient History of Universalism’ (1829) and a hymn-book (1837).