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Moncure Daniel Conway Moncure Daniel Conway Moncure Daniel Conway (March 17, 1832 November 5, 1907), American clergyman and author, was born of an old Virginia family in Stafford county, Virginia. http://www.fact-index.com/m/mo/moncure_daniel_conway.html
Extractions: Main Page See live article Alphabetical index Moncure Daniel Conway March 17 November 5 American clergyman and author, was born of an old Virginia family in Stafford county, Virginia. He graduated at Dickinson College in , studied law for a year, and then became a Methodist minister,in his native state. In 1852, owing largely to the influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson , his religious and political views underwent a radical change, and he entered the Harvard Divinity School , where he graduated in . Here he fell under the influence of " transcendentalism ," and became an outspoken abolitionist On his return to Virginia this fact and his rumoured connexion with the attempt to rescue the fugitive slave, Anthony Burns, in Boston aroused the bitter hostility of his old neighbours and friends, and in consequence he left the state. In 1854-1856 he was pastor of a Unitarian church at Washington, D.C , but his anti- slavery views brought about his dismissal. From 1856 to 1861 he was a Unitarian minister in Cincinnati, Ohio
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Moncure Daniel Conway Moncure Daniel Conway (March 17, 1832 – November 5, 1907) was an American abolitionist Unitarian clergyman, and author. Conway was born of an old Virginia family in Falmouth Stafford County . His father was a wealthy gentleman farmer, a slaveholder, and county judge whose home still stands in Falmouth at 305 King Street (aka River Road) along the Rappahannock River . Conway's mother was a homemaker and homeopathic physician. Both parents were Methodists , his father having left the Episcopal church, his mother the Presbyterian . Moncure's later opposition to slavery came from his mother and from his boyhood experiences. His father and three brothers remained staunchly pro-slavery. As a youth he himself briefly took a pro-slavery position, under the influence of a cousin, the Richmond editor John Moncure Daniel. He graduated at Dickinson College in 1849, studied law for a year, and then became a
Len Nickel - Fine Arts And Creative Thoughts Conway, Moncure Daniel. Demonology and DevilLore. Volume 2. 1879. Henry Holt and Co. Bierce, Ambrose. The Devil's Dictionary. New York, N.Y. Del Publishing. http://www3.bc.sympatico.ca/Nickel/incubus5.htm
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Moncure Daniel Conway — Infoplease.com Encyclopedia Conway, Moncure Daniel. Conway, Moncure Daniel (monkyoor', mon'kyoor) , 1832 – 1907, American author and preacher, b. Stafford co., Va. http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0813401.html
Extractions: Essays in Transatlantic Romanticism "Points of Contact": Blake and Whitman Sarah Ferguson-Wagstaffe, Harvard University article abstract about the author search volume Works Cited Askin, Denise T. "Whitman's Theory of Evil: A Clue to His Use of Paradox." ESQ Balfour, Ian. The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy . Stanford: Stanford UP, 2002. Walt Whitman Quarterly Review Walt Whitman: The Measure of His Song . Ed. Jim Perlman, Ed Folson, and Dan Campion. Duluth: Holy Cow! P, 1998. Leaves of Grass ELH Bidney. Martin. "Structures of Perception in Blake and Whitman: Creative Contraries, Cosmic Body, Fourfold Vision." ESQ Blake, William. The Notebook of William Blake . Ed. David V. Erdman, with the assistance of Donald K. Moore. Rev. Ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1977. . Ed. David V. Erdman. Rev. Ed. New York: Doubleday, 1988. William Blake: Jerusalem The Illuminated Books , v. 1. Ed. Morton Paley. Princeton: Princeton UP in conjunction with The William Blake Trust, 1991.
Conway, Moncure Daniel Conway, Moncure Daniel (b. March 17, 1832, Stafford County, Va., U.S.d. Nov. 15, 1907, Paris), U.S. clergyman, author, and vigorous Abolitionist. http://www.uv.es/EBRIT/micro/micro_142_78.html
Extractions: Britannica CD Index Articles Dictionary Help (b. March 17, 1832, Stafford County, Va., U.S.d. Nov. 15, 1907, Paris), U.S. clergyman, author, and vigorous Abolitionist. Conway was born of Methodist slaveholding parents and educated at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., graduating in 1849. While serving in the Methodist ministry he was converted to Unitarianism, but because of his outspoken Abolitionist views he was dismissed from his first Unitarian pastorate, in Washington, D.C., in 1856. He moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, and became active in Abolitionist causes, even settling a colony of fugitive slaves at Yellow Springs, Ohio. In 1862 he became co-editor in Boston of the Commonwealth , an anti-slavery paper. During the Civil War he went to England to lecture on behalf of the North. Conway contributed to journals in both England and the United States and wrote more than 70 books and pamphlets on a great variety of subjects. His scholarly works include Life of Thomas Paine , 2 vols. (1892) and
Extractions: nn n n eBooks: 17th-19th c US History: Churches - Unitarian AUTHOR TITLE EDITION FORMAT PRICE PUBORG American Unitarian Association The mission to India, American Unitarian Association, Feb 1855. Containing, 1. "Calcutta Unitarian Society for 1857 Bost. Graphic Html Free MOA-UMich Bellows, Henry Whitney, 1814-82 Re-statements of Christian doctrine, in 25 sermons [Amer Unitarian Assn] Graphic Html Free MOA-UMich Burnap, George Washington, 1802-59 Graphic Html Free MOA-UMich Channing, Elizabeth Parsons 1907 Bost. Graphic Txt Free Harvard Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 A selection from the works of William E. Channing Graphic Html Free MOA-UMich Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842 The works of William E Channing v 1 Graphic Html Free MOA-UMich Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842
Moncure Daniel Coway - The Life Of Thomas Paine Conway, Moncure Daniel. The Life of Thomas Paine With a History of His Literary, Political, and Religious Career in America, France, and England. 2 vols. http://deila.dickinson.edu/theirownwords/title/0055.htm