Arnway, John, Dd

Arnway, John, D.D.

an English clergyman, was born in 1601, and educated at St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford. He received holy orders in 1618. Soon after lie obtained the rectories of Hodnet and Ightfield, which he enjoyed until the Civil War. In 1640 he returned to Oxford to serve the king, and was made archdeacon of Coventry. After the political troubles were over he went to Holland. While at the Hague, in 1650, he published two little pieces-The Tablet and The Moderation of Charles I, the Martyr. Failing in his supplies from England, and his hopes becoming frustrated, he was compelled to accept an offer to go to Virginia, where he died in 1653.

 
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