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DEAN, Paul, clergyman, born in Barnard, Vt.; died in Framingham, Massachusetts, 1 October 1860. In 1808 he was ordained pastor of the Universalist society in Barre, Vermont. He was pastor of the Hanover Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts, from 1813 till 1823, and of the Bulfinch Street Church from May 1823, till May 1840. This congregation was known as "Restorationists," and in 1838 changed its name, and has since been Unitarian. He was afterward settled over a Unitarian congregation at Easton, Massachusettslte published "Lectures on Final Restoration" (1832), and sermons and addresses.
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