See also:English Unitarian
See also:minister, was
See also:born at
See also:Kidderminster on the and of
See also:September 1780, the son of a
See also:carpet manufacturer . After some months at a non-conformist academy at Northampton, he proceeded to
See also:Glasgow University, and then joined the
See also:ministry . After a
See also:time as assistant
See also:master at a Unitarian school near
See also:Birmingham, he was in 1802 appointed librarian at the Liverpool
See also:Athenaeum . In 18o5 he became pastor of a
See also:church in Exeter, removing in 1817 to
See also:Bristol . At both Bristol and Exeter he was also engaged in school
See also:work, among his Bristol pupils being Harriet and
See also:James Martineau .
See also:Carpenter did much to broaden the spirit of English
See also:Unitarianism . The rite of
See also:baptism seemed to him a superstition, and he substituted for it a
See also:form of
See also:infant. dedication . His
See also:health, undermined by his
See also:constant labours, broke down in 1839, and he was ordered to travel . He was drowned on the
See also:night of the 5th of
See also:April 184o, having been washed overboard from the steamer in which he was travelling from Leghorn to
See also:Marseilles .
GULF OF CARPENTARIA
MIRY CARPENTER (1807-1877)
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