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a miscellaneous writer and popular preacher. In 1831 was the incumbent of St. Luke's, where he preached a remarkable sermon called "The Crisis, or the Signs of the Times with regard to the Church of England". Later he delivered an address at the great free-trade meeting, held at Hull, at which Bright and Richard Cobden both spoke. In 1853, after the celebrated Roscoe Centenary at Liverpool, he published Roscoe's Library, or Old Books and Old Times
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