Maurice, Henry D.D., an English divine, flourished near the middle of the 17th century as chaplain to the archbishop of Canterbury. He published A Vindication of the Primitive Church and Diocesan Episcopacy, in answer to Baxter's Church History of Bishops (Lond. 1682, 8vo): — Sermons (1682, 4to; 1744, 4to): — A Defence of Diocesan Episcopacy, in answer to David Clarkson's Primitive Episcopacy (Lond. 1700): — Doubts concerning Roman Infallibility. See Gibson's Preservative, 4:271; Allibone, Dict. Brit. and Amer. Authors, vol. 2, s.v.; Darling, Cyclop. Bibliogr. vol. 2, s.v.