Moore, James Lovell

Moore, James Lovell a clergyman of the Church of England, who flourished near the beginning of this century, was successively master of the free school at Hertford and vicar of Benger, in Hertfordshire, also incumbent of the perpetual curacy of Denham, Suffolk. He wrote, View of the External Evidence of the Christian Religion (1791, 8vo): — On the Plenary Inspiration of the New Testament (1793, 8vo): — The Columbiad, a Poem (1793, 8vo): — Commentaries on the Corruptions of the Roman Catholic Religion (1811,12mo). See Biog. Dict. of Living Authors (London, 1816,12mo), page 239.

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