Hurrion, John

Hurrion, John an English Independent minister, was born about 1675. He became pastor of a congregation at Denton, Norfolk, in 1696. In 1724 he removed to London as minister to a congregation in Hare Court, and died in 1731. He employed his time greatly in study, chiefly of the Church fathers. — His style is natural, unaffected, and manly. His writings include a Treatise on the Holy Spirit (1734, 8vo), and a large number of sermons and lectures, all of which have been collected and published under the title The whole Works of John Hurrion, now first collected; to which is prefixed the Life of the Author (Lond. 1823,.3 vols. 12mo). — Darling, Cyclopedia Bibliographica, 1, 1587; Allibone, Dict. of Authors, 1, 926; Lond. Evang. Mag. Jan. 1827.

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