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Clergyman

Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham, American clergyman.

Background

Frothingham, Nathaniel Langdon was born on July 23, 1793 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Ebenezer and Joanna (Langdon) Frothingham.

Education

Graduated from Harvard, 1811.

Career

Instructor rhetoric Harvard, 1812. Ordained to ministry Unitarian Church. Pastor 1st Church of Boston, 1815-1850, pastor emeritus, 1850.

Author: Deism or Christianity, 1845. Sermons in the Order of a Twelve-month, 1852. Metrical Pieces, Translated and Original, 1855.

Metrical Pieces, Part Two, 1870. Also hymns, including: O God, Whose Presence Glows in All (most famous), We Meditate the Day, O Lord of Life and Truth and Grace.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Deism or Christianity, 1845. Sermons in the Order of a Twelve-month, 1852. Metrical Pieces, Translated and Original, 1855.

      Metrical Pieces, Part Two, 1870. Also hymns, including: O God, Whose Presence Glows in All (most famous), We Meditate the Day, O Lord of Life and Truth and Grace.

Connections

Married Ann Gorham Brooks, 1818, 1 son.

father:
Ebenezer Frothingham

mother:
Joanna (Langdon) Frothingham

spouse:
Ann Gorham Brooks