Crisp, Samuel

Crisp, Samuel an English minister of the Society of Friends, was born at Norfolk about 1667. He received a collegiate education, took orders in the Established Church, and for a time was a parish curate and chaplain in a private family. While he was residing in London, in 1700, he united with the Friends. Not long after he opened a boarding-school at Stepney, near London. He died there April 7, 1704. Mr. Crisp published, The Present State of Quakerism in England (1701): — A Libeller Exposed: — also three Letters, on similar subjects. See Friends' Library, 13:149-163. (J.C.S.)

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