James Martineau

MARTINEAU, James. b. Norwich, 21 April 1805; d. London, 11 Jan 1900. He was born into a Unitarian family of Huguenot descent, and educated at Norwich Grammar School and at the school at Bristol run by the distinguished Unitarian Dr Lant Carpenter. He became an engineering apprentice at Derby, but decided to become a Unitarian minister and entered Manchester College, then at York, in 1822. In 1828 he became minister of Eustace Street Presbyterian Meeting House, Dublin, and in 1832 moved to Paradise Street Chapel, Liverpool. He remained as a minister in Liverpool until 1857, first of Paradise Street Chapel and from 1849 of Hope Street Church; from 1840 he also taught at Manchester College...

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