Bogan, Zachary, a learned Puritan writer, was born at Little Hempston, in Devonshire, in 1625. He was educated at St. Alban's Hall and at Corpus-Christi College, Oxford, of which he became a fellow. He died from the effects of too close mental application, Sept. 1, 1659. He wrote, Additions to Rous's Archeologice Atticsc (5th ed. Oxford, 1658): — View of Scriptural Threats and Punishments (1653): — Meditations of the Mirth of a Christian Life (eod.): — Help to Prayer (1650): — Homerus ἑβραίζων; sive Comparatio Homeri cum Scriptoribus Sacris quoad Normam Loquendi (1658): — and other works.