1818. The ‘Dedham Case,’ Massachusetts.
1819. Dr. Channing’s ‘Baltimore Sermon.’
1825. Founding of Associations in Great Britain and U.S.A.
1836. Martineau’s Rationale.
1838. Emerson’s Divinity School Address.
1842. Theodore Parker’s Discourse.
1844. Dissenters’ Chapels Act.
1847. Hibbert Trust founded.
1854. Unitarian Home Missionary Board (now College, Manchester) founded.
1882. National Triennial Conferences begun.
1890. Martineau’s Seat of Authority.
1900. International Congresses founded.
R. WALLACE. Anti-trinitarian Biography, 3 vols., Lond., 1850.
A. GORDON. Heads of English Unitarian History, 1 vol., Lond., 1895.
J.H. ALLEN. Unitarianism since the Reformation, 1 vol., New York, 1894.
J.J. TAYLER. Retrospect of the Religious Life
of England, 1 vol.,
Lond. (3rd Ed.), 1876.
W.G. TARRANT. Story and Significance of the Unitarian Movement, 1 vol., Lond., 1910. (Gives more detailed references.)
For statistics and special characteristics of the various Liberal Religious bodies in general accord with Unitarians see the following records of the International Congresses:—
Liberal Religious Thought at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. Ed. by W. COPELAND BOWIE, Lond., 1901.
Religion and Liberty. Ed. by P.H. HUGENHOLTZ, jun., Leyden, 1904.
Actes du III’me Congres International du Christianisme Liberal et Progressif. Ed. by E. MONTET, Geneva, 1906.
Freedom and Fellowship in Religion. Ed. by C.W. WENDTE, Boston, 1907.
Fifth International Congress of Free Christianity and Religious Progress. Ed. by WENDTE and DAVIS, Berlin (and London), 1911.