1780, Jan 31861, Sep 30
an evangelical clergyman of the Church of England, known also as a writer and editor. After passing some months with the Grants in Edinburgh, Cunningham was ordained in 1802 to the curacy of Ripley, Surrey. He became curate to John Venn, vicar of Clapham and prominent in the Clapham sect. In 1811 Cunningham became vicar of Harrow, the presentation to which had been bought by his father-in-law. One of his books, the Velvet Cushion gave an account from the evangelical point of view of the parties in the church of England since the English Reformation, and was a popular success.
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