Author:William Henry Channing

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William Henry Channing
(1810–1884)
American Unitarian clergyman, writer and philosopher
William Henry Channing

Works[edit]

  • Translation of Jouffrey's Introduction to ethics (1841) (external scan), vol 2
  • Memoir of William Ellery Channing (three volumes, 1848) vol 1, vol 2, vol 3
  • Memoir of the Rev. James H. Perkins (1851) vol 1, vol 2
  • Memoir of Margaret Fuller Ossoli (in conjunction with Emerson and J. F. Clarke) (1852) vol 1, vol 2, vol 3
  • Poetical Genius of Milton in "The Complete Poetical Works of John Milton", 1852 (external scan)
  • The Civil War in America: or, The slaveholders' conspiracy. 1861 (external scan)
  • The Spirit of the Age, 1850 (external scan)

Works about Channing[edit]


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