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BARTOL, Cyrus Augustus, clergyman, born in Freeport, Maine, 30 April 1813. He was graduated at Bowdoin in 1832, and at Cambridge divinity school in 1835. In 1837 he was settled as colleague pastor with the Rev. Charles Lowell, died D., of the West Church (Unitarian) in Boston. He became sole pastor in 1861, and has been active in philanthropic movements. Dr. Bartol has published "Discourses on the Christian Spirit and Life" (Boston, 1850; 2d ed., revised, 1854); "Discourses on Christian Body and Form" (1854); '" Pictures of Europe Framed in Ideas" (1855), a work combining graphic sketches with philosophical reflections; " History of the West Church and its Ministers" (1858) ; "Church and Congregation" (1858) ; " Word of the Spirit to the Church" (1859) ; "Radical Problems" (1872)" "The Rising Faith" (1874); and "Principles and Portraits" (1880). He has also published many occasional essays, and some poetry. Dr. Bartol's writings are full of rich and quaint imagery, and deeply religious, but more ethical and social than theological.
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