I'm diving back into the roots of Universalism, so I'm reading two books.
The first is Ann Lee Bressler's The Universalist Movement in America, 1770-1880, which I'm sick to say now sells for $85 new. (It was even remaindered for a while.)
The other is one of my treasures: the 1811 "pirate" edition of Hosea Ballou's Treatise on Atonement. This still has his home-spun turns of phrase, largely eliminated in the standard 1835 edition (which stayed in print until 1986, and which therefor a number of living persons still have.) Because it's rare, if I run across interesting passages, I'll post them here.
But I'm a slow reader, so any reportage will come in fits and starts.