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... in 1690, and vicar of Cowfold in 1692. He was a friend of More More, Henry , Rust Rust, George (whose Remains he edited), Cudworth Cudworth, Ralph and Worthington Worthington, John .In Hallywell’s A Discourse of the Excellency of Christianity...
...Cairns, JohnFawcett, Henry Henry Fawcett was born in Salisbury on 26 August 1833 and died in Cambridge on 6 November 1884. He was the son of William Fawcett, a draper who became mayor of Salisbury (1832), and was a keen supporter...
... John Lockean context: along with Stillingfleet, Willis, Henry More and Jeremy Taylor are cited. Locke is not. The style is rambling and turgid.Bibliography M. S., A Philosophical Discourse on the Nature of Rational and Irrational Souls (1695)....
...Morley, JohnBourne, Henry Fox Henry Fox Bourne was born in Jamaica on 24 December 1837 and died in Torquay on 2 February 1909. He was one of eight children of Stephen Bourne, a magistrate and anti-slavery campaigner. The family moved...
...Martine, George George Martine was born at St Andrews in Fife (Scotland) and died in Cartagena (in what is now Colombia). He studied medicine at Edinburgh University from 1720 but took his MD at Leyden in 1725. He returned to his birthplace...
...Monro, Donald Donald Monro was born in Edinburgh and died in London on 9 June 1802. The second surviving son of Alexander Monro Monro, Alexander, primus (1697–1767) primus, Professor of Anatomy and Surgery at the University of Edinburgh...
... on Kames Kames, Henry Home, Lord ’ anonymous Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion (1751). The purchase of Anderson’s (rather slight) argument is ‘that Sopho [Kames] and his assistant Hume, David David Hume Esq; do...
... Thorpe Thorpe, Thomas Edward ) and then demonstrator and assistant lecturer at Owens College, Manchester (under Sir Henry Roscoe Roscoe, Henry Enfield ). He was appointed Praelector in Chemistry at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge...
...Maitland, Frederic William Sidgwick, Henry Frederic William Maitland was born in London on 28 May 1850. His parents died when he was young and he was brought up by an aunt, educated at home (where he acquired a knowledge of German),...
... having abandoned his earlier predestinarianism. He returned to London as pastor at King Locke, John Wesley, John John’s Court, Southwark, and then, from 1740, at Poor Jewry Lane Crutched Friars, where Nathaniel Lardner Lardner, Nathaniel...