Samuel Joseph May

Samuel Joseph
May
1797
1871

American Unitarian Clergy, Radical Reformer including Education, Women's Rights and Abolitionism

Author Quotes

We had a right to expect from Unitarians a steadfast and unqualified protest against so unjust, tyrannical, and cruel a system as that of American slavery. They, of all other sects, ought to have spoken boldly. But they did not.

A true philosopher makes death his common practice, while he lives, and every day by contemplation strives to separate the soul, far as he can, from off the body.

If it is a small sacrifice to discontinue the use of wine, do it for the sake of others; if it is a great sacrifice, do it for your own.

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First Name
Samuel Joseph
Last Name
May
Birth Date
1797
Death Date
1871
Bio

American Unitarian Clergy, Radical Reformer including Education, Women's Rights and Abolitionism