See also:English divine, was
See also:born on the 29th of
See also:January 1772, at Liverpool . He was educated at Trinity
See also:College, Cambridge, and in 1798 was appointed to the joint curacies of Brading and Yaverland in the Isle of
See also:Wight . He was powerfully influenced by
See also:Practical View of
See also:Christianity, and took a prominent
See also:interest in the
See also:British and
See also:Foreign Bible Society, the
See also:Church Missionary Society and similar institutions . In 1805 he became assistant-
See also:chaplain to the
See also:Lock Hospital,
See also:London, and rector of Turvey,
See also:Bedfordshire, where he remained till his
See also:death on the 8th of May 1827 . The best known of his writings is The Dairyman's Daughter, of which as many as four millions in nine-teen
See also:languages were circulated before 1849 . A collected edition of his stories of
See also:life was first published in 1814 under the title of
See also:Annals of the Poor . He also edited a series of Reformation
See also:biographies called Fathers of the English Church (1807–12) . See
See also:Memoirs by T . S . Grimshawe (1828) ; Domestic
See also:Portraiture by T . Fry (1833) .
EARLS AND DUKES OF RICHMOND
SIR WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (1842– )
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