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William Rathbone Greg (1809–1881)

Greg, William Rathbone. A religious and economic essayist; born in Manchester, England, in 1809, died in 1881. The most important of his works are: ‘Sketches in Greece and Turkey’ (1833); ‘The German Schism and the Irish Priests’ (1845); ‘The Creed of Christendom’ (1851), his chief work; ‘Essays in Political and Social Science’ (1853); ‘Enigmas of Life’ (1872); ‘Literary and Social Judgments’ (1877).