Adams, Richard, Ma
Adams, Richard, M.A., an English Nonconformist, was educated at Cambridge, where he was admitted A.M. in 1644. He afterwards, .1646, entered Brasenose College, Oxford, and soon after obtained a fellowship. In 1655 he was presented to the living of St. Mildred, Bread Street, London, where .he continued until ejected for. nonconformity in 1662. He afterwards preached to a small congregation in Southwark, and died at Hoxton in 1684. Besides Sermons of his own, he assisted in the publication of some of his brother's works, and those of Mr. Charnock. He also compiled the Commentary on Philippians and Colossians in Poole's Bible.