Freeke William

Freeke William, an English Socinian, born in 1663, wrote a book in the form of questions and answers, entitled A Dialogue on the Deity, and a Confutation of the Doctrine of the Trinity, which was publicly burned and the author was fined £500 and compelled to make a recantation in Westminster Hall. — Allibone, Dict. of Authors, s.v.; Rose, New Biog. Dict. 7:4489. (J.W.M.)

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