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Joseph Sortain

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(1809–60) Joseph Sortain was born in Bristol on 20 July 1809 and died in Brighton on 16 July 1860. According to his obituarist, ‘[Micaijah] Towgood's Letters on Dissent quenched ...

Sortain, Joseph

Sortain, Joseph (1809–60)   Reference library

The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy

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... (1839). The Life of Francis, Lord Bacon [1851]. Further Reading Congregational Year Book (1861), pp.239–40. The Funeral Sermon for the late Rev. Joseph Sortain, A.B. , Preached on Sunday Morning, July 29, 1860, in North Street Chapel, Brighton, by the Rev. R. Alliott, LL.D, Professor of Theology and Philosophy, Spring Hill College, Birmingham (Brighton, [1860]). Sortain, B. M. , Memorials of Joseph Sortain (1861). Alan P. F. Sell See also Ancient Philosophy ; Religion, Philosophy...

Joseph Sortain

Joseph Sortain  

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Philosophy
(1809–60)Joseph Sortain was born in Bristol on 20 July 1809 and died in Brighton on 16 July 1860. According to his obituarist, ‘[Micaijah] Towgood's Letters on Dissent quenched his ...
Allon, Henry

Allon, Henry (1818–92)   Reference library

The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy

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...Henry ( 1818–92 ) Henry Allon was born in Welton, near Hull on 13 October 1818 and died in London on 16 April 1892 . He was trained for the Congregational ministry at Cheshunt College under John Harris , Philip Smith and Joseph Sortain . He became assistant at Union Chapel, Islington, in 1844 ( James Bennett giving the Introductory Address at his ordination on 12 June ), and pastor there from 1852 until his death. He was joint editor with H. R. Reynolds of the British Quarterly Review ( 1866–77 ) and sole editor from 1874 until the...

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