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Francis Wayland

Francis Wayland (1796–1865) was born in New York City, New York. He attended Union College and  Andover Theological Seminary. He became a minister at the First Baptist Church in Boston. He was professor at Union College for a short time, and then became President of Brown Theological Seminary (1827-1855). After 1855, he was a minister of First Baptist Church in Rhode Island. He was known for his textbooks on the topics of Moral Science and Political Economy.

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Memoir of Harriet Ware.

Francis Wayland booklist:
The Moral Dignity of the Missionary Enterprise; a Sermon delivered before the Boston Baptist Foreign Missionary Society, Oct. 26, 1823.
The Duties of the American Citizen: two Discourses.
Occasional Discourses, 1833.
Elements of Moral Science.
Elements of Political Economy.
Moral Law of Accumulation; the Substance of two Discourses.
The Limitations of Human Responsibility.
Thoughts on the Present Collegiate System in the United States.
Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution, in a Correspondence between the Rev. Richard Fuller, D.D., of Beaufort, S.C., and the Rev. Francis Wayland, D.D. of Providence, R.I.
Sermons Delivered in the Chapel of Brown University.
Report to the Corporation of Brown University on the Changes in the System of Collegiate Education.
Memoir of Harriet Ware.
Memoir of the Life and Labours of the Rev. Adoniram Judson.
Elements of Intellectual Philosophy.
Notes on the Principals and Practices of Baptist Churches.
Sermons [8] to the Churches.
Salvation by Christ; a Series of [25] Discourses on some of the Most Important Doctrines of the Bible.
Letters [10] on the Ministry of the Gospel.
Memoir of the Christian Labours, Pastoral and Philanthropic of Thomas Chalmers D.D., L.L.D.