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.
Memoir of Thomas Manton (Kindle Version at Amazon.com).
- Continued Matthew Henry’s Exposition: Commentary of the Epistles to Philippians and Colossians
- Discourse on Luke 22:19, 20 concerning Transubstantiation (A)
- Four Discourses and the Lord’s Supper.
- Funeral Discourses in Two Parts.
- Memoirs of Thomas Manton
- Practical Discourses on the Principal Representations of the Messiah throughout the Old Testament.
- Practical Illustration of the Book of Esther.
- Self-Dedication, Personal and Sacramental, explained and enforced.
- Single Sermons
- Two Questions of Present Importance, briefly stated and argued.