Earle, Jabez, Dd

Earle, Jabez, D.D.

an English Independent minister, was born about 1676, and educated among the Dissenters. He was assistant to the Reverend Thomas Reynolds, at the Weigh-House, London, in 1699; and in 1707 removed to Hanover Street, where he ministered more than sixty years, and died in 1768, leaving a number of Sermons and theological treatises, etc. (1706-35; new ed. 1816, 8vo). See Chalmers, Biog. Dict. s.v.; Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.; Wilson, Dissenting Churches, 1:169; 2:6, 492, 508, 530.

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