Bullock, Henry, Dd
Bullock, Henry, D.D.
an English divine and scholar, a friend of Erasmus, was a native of Berkshire. He was educated at Queen's College, Cambridge, where he took his master's degree, and became a fellow in 1507. He was vice-chancellor of the university in 1524-25. He was a man of acknowledged abilities, and was chosen by cardinal Wolsey to answer Luther. Wolsey also made him his chaplain. In 1513 he read mathematical lectures at Cambridge; and was one of the twelve preachers sent out by the university in 1515. Tanner places his death in 1526, but Dodd says he was living in 1530. He wrote, De Captivitate Babylonica contra Lutherum: - Epistolce et Orationes: - De Serpentibus Siticulosis (1521):-Oratio Corcam Archiepiscopo Eboracensis (eod.). See Chalmers, Biog. Dict. s.v.; Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.