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Harrison, Thomas (1693–1745), Particular Baptist minister and Church of England clergyman, was the son of Thomas Harrison (1667–1702), minister of the Baptist church at Loriners' Hall, London. He was first invited to preach at Little Wild Street, London, in April 1714, but was not called to be minister until March 1715 after the call had been refused by another. He had already published a sermon to mark the accession of ...


Charlotte Fell-Smith

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Rudd, Sayer (d. 1757), dissenting minister and Church of England clergyman, was a minister of fluctuating religious convictions, whose first ministerial experience seems to have been as an assistant pastor in the Particular Baptist chapel in Glasshouse Street, Westminster, around the period 1716 to 1723. Later he was a member of ...