Doolittel (or Doolittle), Thomas, Ma
Doolittel (Or Doolittle), Thomas, M.A., a Nonconformist divine, was born at Kidderminster, England, in 1630; was educated at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and became minister of St. Alphage, London. Ejected in 1662, he taught school in Moorfields, and afterwards at Woodford Bridge. Returning to London after the plague, he had a meeting-house built in Monkwell Street, London, where he continued his ministry (with some interruptions from persecution) until his death, May 24, 1707. His writings became very popular; the principal are, A Treatise concerning the Lord's Supper (Lond. 9th edit. 1675,1 2mo): — Love to Christ necessary to Escape the Curse at his coming (London, 1830, 18mo): — Captives bound in Chains made free by Christ (on Isa 61:1): — A Rebuke for Sin (1673): — A complete Body of Divinity (1723, fol.), etc. — Darling, Cyclopaedia Bibliographica, 1:945; Calamy, Nonconformists' Memorial, 1:80 (ed. of 1778).