Moysey, Charles Abel
Moysey, Charles Abel an English divine quite noted as an able defender of the Trinitarian doctrine, flourished in the first half of this century. He was archdeacon of Bath, and enjoyed other clerical distinctions. In 1818 he held the appointment of Bampton lecturer, and treated of Unitarianism (Oxf. 1818, 8vo). He died about 1870. He published several of his sermons (Bath, 1822, 8vo), and lectures on Romans (Lond. 1820, 8vo) and St. John's Gospel (Oxf. 1821-23, 2 volumes, 8vo).