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Robert Turnbull (1809–1877)

Turnbull, Robert. A Scottish-American Baptist pastor, editor, and author; born in Scotland, Sept. 10, 1809; came to the United States in 1833; died on Nov. 20, 1877, in Hartford, CT, where he was many years a pastor. He was editor of the Christian Review for two years. Among his many books are: ‘The Theatre’ (1840); ‘Olympia Morata’ (1842); ‘The Genius of Scotland’ (1847); ‘The Genius of Italy’ (1849); ‘Theophany’ (1851); ‘Pulpit Orators of France and Switzerland’ (1853); ‘The Student Preacher’ (1854); ‘The World We Live In’ (1855); ‘Christ in History’ (1856); ‘Life Pictures; or, Sketches from a Pastor’s Note-Book’ (1857).