Blunt, Henry, Am
Blunt, Henry, A.M., a popular preacher and writer in the Church of England, for many years incumbent of Trinity Church, Upper Chelsea, was made rector of Streatham, Surrey, in 1835, and died 1843. His writings are chiefly expository, and include Lectures on the History of Abraham (Lond. 1834, 12mo, 7th ed.):-Lectures on Jacob (Lond. 1828, 12mo, 2d ed.):Lectures on Elsha (Lond. 1846, 5th ed. 12mo):--Lectures on the Life of Christ (Lond. 1846, 10th ed. 3 vols. 12mo):--Lectures on Peter (Lond. 1830, 5th ed. 12mo): -Lectures on St. Paul (Lond. 1845, 10th ed. 2 vols. 12mo):- Exposition of the Epistles to the Seven Churches (Lond. 1838, 3d ed. 12mo):-Exposition of the Pentateuch (Lond. 1844, 3 vols. 12mo):- Sermons in Trinity Church (Lond. 1843, 12mo, 5th ed.)--Posthumous Sermons (Lond. 1844-5, 2d ed. 2 vols. 12mo).