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...Wollaston, William Gilbert Burnet, the son of Gilbert Burnet , Bishop of Salisbury, was born there on 15 November 1690. He died on 27 June 1726 and was buried at East Barnet, Middlesex. He was educated at Leyden and at Merton College...
...Butterworth, Lawrence Lawrence Butterworth was born in Rossendale, Lancashire on 6 December 1740. He attended the school run at Warwick by John Collet Ryland until the latter moved in 1759. He was a teaching Elder at Goodshaw Chapel...
...Smith, Alexander Alexander Smith was born in Banff on 12 June 1796, one of four children of a well-known family of architects and builders, and died there on 12 February 1851. He was born lame, could not walk except on crutches and suffered...
...Hartcliffe, John John Hartcliffe was born near Henley-on-Thames and died at Windsor on 16 August 1712. He attended Eton, later matriculated at Magdalen College, Oxford and eventually found himself at King’s College, Cambridge (BA, 1672; MA,...
...McCosh, James Mylne, James James Mylne was born in Kinnaird, Perthshire and died in Glasgow on 21 September 1839. He matriculated at St Andrews in 1775, in the class of the logic professor Robert Watson, notable for his emphasis in lectures...
...Fleming, William Mylne, James William Fleming was born in Avendale, Lanarkshire on 3 June 1792 and died in Glasgow on 3 March 1866. He matriculated at Glasgow University in 1806, and in 1818 received a licence to preach from the Church...
...Gramlich, Francis William Francis W. Gramlich was born on 12 October 1911 in Buffalo, New York. He was educated at Princeton University, earning his BA summa cum laude in 1933, his MA in 1934, and his PhD in philosophy in 1936. His...
...Waring, Richard Pope, Alexander Richard Waring was the author of a short pamphlet in which he argued that evil proceeds not from the devil, but from a ‘reasonable Creature’s breaking the Law of his Nature’. He disputes Richard Baxter...
...John Clarke was born in York and died in Gloucester on 29 April 1734. He was educated at St John’s College, Cambridge (BA, 1707; MA, 1710. He was appointed master of the grammar school at Hull in 1720, later of the grammar school...
...Gisborne, Thomas Thomas Gisborne was born in Yoxall, Staffordshire on 31 October 1758 and died there on 24 March 1846. His early education was undertaken by John Pickering, and he entered Harrow in 1773. He went to St John’s College...