See also:English educationist and divine, was
See also:born at Chester on the 29th of
See also:October 1813 . He received his
See also:education at
See also:Westminster school, and at Trinity
See also:College, Cambridge . Here he joined the Low
See also:Church party, and was also the intimate friend of several disciples of
See also:Arnold, among whom were C . J .
See also:Vaughan and W . J . Conybeare . The influence of Arnold determined the character and course of his
See also:life .
CHARLES COTTON (163o–1687)
JOHN COTTON (1585–1652)
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