Puritan Thomas Manton (1620–1677) was a skilled preacher and theologian. This biography describes his days in Culliton, Stoke Newington, and Covent Garden. It follows him through ejectment, imprisonment, and his last days. Also included is a review of some of his works. This text of this edition is from The Complete Works of Thomas Manton, D.D., Vol. 1. London: James Nisbet & Co., 1870. Includes “An Estimate of Manton” by Rev. J. C. Ryle, giving the evaluation of his works, from Vol. 2 of Manton’s Works. Original title: Some Memoirs of the Life and Character of the Reverend and Learned Thomas Manton, D.D.
Author William Harris, D.D. (1675–1740) was born in London, England. He was a dissenting Presbyterian minister. In 1698, he became minister at Crutched-Friars, London. In 1708 he was, for 30 years, a preacher of the Friday evening lectures at Weight-house, Little Eastcheap. In 1727 he became a preacher at the Merchant’s Lecture at Salter’s-Hall. He spoke against the errors of the Church of Rome, particularly transubstantiation. He wrote the Memoirs of Thomas Manton in 1725.
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