Nott, George Frederick Dd

Nott, George Frederick D.D., a learned English divine and an accomplished scholar, was born in 1769. He studied at Christ Church, Oxford, and was elected fellow of All-souls. He became successively perpetual curate of Stoke Canon, Devonshire, in 1807, then vicar of Broad Windsor, Dorsetshire, which he exchanged for Woodchurch, prebendary of Winchester, in 1810, and rector of Harrietshaim in 1812. He died in 1842. Dr. Nott wrote, Religious Enthusiasm considered, in Eight Sermons preached in 1802 at the Lecture founded by John Bampton, A.f. (Oxford, 1803, 8vo): — The Proper Mode of Studying the Scriptures: an Ordination Sermon (1811, 8vo). He also edited the works of the earl of Surrey and Thomas Wyatt; with copious illustrations (1815, 2 vols. 4to). See Darling, Cyclop. Bibliog. 2:2216. (J.N.P.)

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