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William Bingham Tappan (1794–1849)

Tappan, William Bingham. An American poet; born at Beverly, MA, 1794; died in 1849. He became general agent of the American Sunday-School Union in 1826. He was author of several volumes of religious poetry; also of ‘New England, and Other Poems’ (1819); ‘Songs of Judah’ (1820); ‘Lyrics’ (1822); ‘Poems’ (1834); ‘Memoir of Capt. James Wilson’ (1842); ‘Poetry of the Heart’ (1847); ‘Late and Early Poems’ (1849).