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James Walker (1794–1874)

Walker, James. A distinguished American Unitarian divine and educator; born at Burlington, MA, Aug. 16, 1794; died at Cambridge, MA, Dec. 23, 1874. He was president of Harvard College, 1853–60; and editor of the Christian Examiner 1831–39. Besides editions of the works of Dugald Stewart, Dr. Thomas Reid, etc., he published a ‘Memoir of Josiah Quincy’ (1867), and delivered lectures on ‘Natural Religion’ and ‘The Philosophy of Religion.’