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16361691
the dean of Chester who authored several sermons and other writings. He is said to have had the promise of succession to the bishopric of Chester, but the events of the revolution prevented James II from giving him any further promotion.
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  • Directions concerning the Matter and Style of Sermons, written to W. S., a young deacon, by J. A., D.D., London, 1671 (B.M.) True Christian's Character and Crown, a sermon, London, 1671. A Sermon preached at the Visitation of John [Wilki...
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