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17151780
an English dissenting minister. In 1745 Fawcett moved to Kidderminster. Here Doddridge visited him in 1747, and found his ministry prospering: he had 316 catechumens. He seems to have retained his popularity to the close of his life. He was very zealous in founding country congregations. Some of his notions were unconventional. For the use of his congregations he published abridgments of many of Richard Baxter's writings, and edited other religious works. Between 1756 and 1774 Fawcett published many sermons, the first being ‘The Grand Enquiry,’ &c., 1756.
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