Kett, Henry, Bd
Kett, Henry, B.D.
a learned English divine, was born at Norwich in 1761; studied at Trinity College, Oxford, of which he became fellow, and afterwards obtained the living of Charlton, Gloucestershire. He was drowned, while bathing, in. 825. His principal works are: History, the Interpreter of Prophecy (London, 4th ed, with additional notes, 1801, 2 vols. .8vo): — Sermons preached, 1790, at the Lectures founded by the late Rev. John Brompton, M.A. (London, 2d ed. 1792, 8vo): — Elements of general Knowledge (Lond. 8th edit. 1815, 2 vols. 8vo).-Allibone, Dict. Engl. and Amer. Authors, s.v.