Moore, Charles a clergyman of the English Establishment, eldest son of archbishop Moore, was educated first at Westminster School, and next at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he took his degrees and obtained a fellowship. He flourished in the second half of the last century, first as rector of Cuxton, in Kent, then as vicar of St. Nicholas at Rochester, and latex as one of the six preachers of the cathedral of Canterbury. He wrote, A Visitation Sermon preached before his Father (1785, 4to): — A full Inquiry into the Subject of Suicide (1790, 2 volumes, 4to): — The good Effects of a united Trust in the Arm of the Flesh and the Arm of the Lord a Sermon (1804, 8vo): — Female Compassion illustrated, a Sermon (1806, 8vo): — Personal Reform the only effectual Basis of National Reform, a Sermon (1810, 8vo). See Biog. Dict. of Living Authors (Lond. 1816, 8vo), page 239.