Adams, Thomas a pious and learned English divine, rector of St. Bennet's, London, was sequestered for his loyalty, and died before the Restoration. He was a great favorite with Southey, who says that "he had all the oddity and felicity of Fuller's manner." His Works, chiefly sermons, were published in 1630 (fol. Lond.). His Exposition of St. Peter was reprinted in 1839 (imp. 8vo, London).