Alleine (or Allein), Richard

Alleine (Or Allein), Richard, an English Nonconformist and Puritan, was born in Somersetshire in 1611. He was educated at St. Alban's Hall, Oxford, and became rector at Balcombe, Somersetshire, but was rejected in 1662. He was noted for piety and zeal in labors. He died Dec. 22, 1681. He published Vindicice Pietatis (1663), a work still held in considerable estimation.

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