Beaufort, Daniel Augustus

Beaufort, Daniel Augustus of Huguenot descent, was pastor of the Church of the "New Patent," in London, in 1728; of the Artillery in 1728; and of the Savoy, and probably Spring Gardens, in 1741. Subsequently he went to Ireland, where he held the living of Navan, and was appointed dean of Tuam. His descendants are still in England, one of whom arrived at considerable distinction as a novelist. He was somewhat celebrated in his day as a religious controversialist. See Smiles, Huguenot Refugees, p. 398, 399. (J. C. S.)

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