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James Freeman Clarke (1810–1888)

Clarke, James Freeman. An American Unitarian clergyman and prose-writer; born in Hanover, NH, April 4, 1810; died in Boston, June 8, 1888. In 1852, together with Emerson and William H. Channing, he prepared the ‘Memoirs of Margaret Fuller d’Ossoli.’ His chief work was ‘Ten Great Religions’ (1871–83). Among the others were: ‘Self-Culture’ (1882); ‘Antislavery Days’ (1884); ‘Every-Day Religion’ (1886); and ‘Vexed Questions’ (1886).