Morgan, Caesar, Dd
Morgan, Caesar, D.D.
an English divine of some note, flourished in the second half of last century as canon of Ely. But little is known of his personal history. His works, however, show that he was a man of much erudition and a close student. He published several of his sermons (1780, 4to; 1781, 4to); also a work on Philosophy and Revelation (1789, 8vo); and another, The Trinity of Plato and Philo-Judaeus, etc. (1797, 8vo), universally commended as an able work from an orthodox standpoint. See Allibone's Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.