17461817, Feb 11
an English clergyman and pamphleteer. Baldwyn was educated at St John's College, Oxford (B.A., 1767; M.A., 1784). For some years he was resident in Yorkshire, master of Bradford Grammar School from 1784. Under the pseudonym of 'Trim,' he engaged in a literary squabble with the Rev. William Atkinson and other clergymen (John Crosse, and Atkinson's brother Johnson Atkinson Busfeild). Subsequently Balwyn moved to Ludlow in Shropshire, and eventually became rector of Abdon in the county. He died in Kentish Town, London, and was buried in Old St Pancras churchyard.
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