Half Hours With The Best Authors Including Biographical And Critical Notices
Excerpt from Half-Hours With the Best Authors, Including Biographical and Critical Notices, Vol. 4 of 4 [Dr Thomas Sherlock, one of the most eminent divines of the last century, was born in 1678; died in 1761. His father, Dr William Sherlock, was Master of the Temple, his writings were very numerous, and amongst them that entitled "A Practical Discourse concerning Death" was long a popular work.
Excerpt from Half-Hours With the Best Authors, Including Biographical and Critical Notices, Vol. 1 of 4 Joseph Hall, Bishop of Norwich, was born at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in Leicestershire, on the 1st July 1574. He received his academical education at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. In 1597, he published a volume of Satires, which gave great offence, but which remain to the student of English poetry as amongst the most masterly productions of their class.
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