Fletcher, Joseph, Dd
Fletcher, Joseph, D.D
an Independent minister. was born at Chester in 1784. He entered Hoxton Academy in 1803, and the University of Glasgow in the following year. In 1807 he became minister of the Independent chapel at Blackburn, being at the same time engaged as theological tutor in an academy, and in 1823 be accepted a call as minister at Stepneay. He died in 1843. His principal writings were edited by the Rev. Joseph Fletcher,under the title Of Select Works and Memoirs (London, 1846, 3 vols. 8vo), including the Memoir, vol. i, essay on Romanism and Puseyism, vol. ii; Sermons, vol. iii.. There appeared separately, A Discourse (Romans 8 b) on Spirituality of Mind (London, 1824, 2d. ed. 8m-o): — A Discourse (1Jo 2:18) on the Prophecies concerning Antichrist(Lond. 1825, 8vol):-Discourse (Jude 1:21), the Christian's Hope of Mercy (Lond. 1832, 8vo).-Darling, Cyclopcedia Bibliographica, s.v.