17141774, May 9
an English preacher and writer. Glover left school at age 13, and was apprenticed to business. Later he retired on a legacy from an uncle. In 1748 he was influenced by the teaching of the Methodists at Norwich. His published memoirs are entirely devoted to religious reflection, and he corresponded with the Calvinist writer Anne Dutton. In 1761, his health failed, and he retired from business. The latter portion of Glover's life seems to have been spent in preaching and in writing religious pamphlets.
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