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FULLER, Arthur Buckminster (1822-62). An American Unitarian clergyman. He was born at Cambridgeport, Mass., graduated at Harvard College in 1843, and studied theology in the Harvard Divinity School. He was a teacher and preacher in Illinois, and pastor at Manchester, N. H., Boston and Watertown, Mass. He volunteered in the Federal Army in the Civil War, was made chaplain in a Massachusetts regiment, and was killed at Fredericksburg. He was a brother of Margaret Fuller (Marchioness d'Ossoli), and edited several of her works (1855). Consult: R. E. Fuller (his brother), Life of Arthur B. Fuller (Boston, 1863), and a sketch by Higginson in Harvard Memorial Biographies, vol. i. (Cambridge, Mass., 1866).