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Roswell Dwight Hitchcock (1817–1887)

Hitchcock, Roswell Dwight. A distinguished American Congregational divine and theologian; born at East Machias, ME, Aug. 15, 1817; died at Somerset, MA, June 16, 1887. He was long president of Union Theological Seminary. He wrote ‘Analysis of the Bible’ (1869); ‘Socialism’ (1879); ‘Life of Edward Robinson’; ‘Hymns and Songs for Social and Sabbath Worship’; ‘Eternal Atonement’ (with Francis Brown); etc.