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Richard Congreve (1818–1899)

Congreve, Richard. An English author and educator; born at Leamington, England, Sept. 4, 1818; died at Hampstead, England, July 5, 1899. He taught at Rugby and later became a disciple of Comte. He wrote: ‘The Catechism of Positivist Religion’ (1858); ‘Elizabeth of England’ (1862); ‘Essays: Political, Social and Religious’ (1874).