Pattrick, George, Llb
Pattrick, George, Ll.B., a pious Calvinistic English divine, was born near Colchester in 1746. He was educated at St. Paul's School; studied the law and practiced at Dedham, but relinquished his profession. received orders in 1770, and entered himself at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. He became vicar of Aveley, Essex, in 1772; chaplain of Morden College, Blackheath, in 1787. In 1790 he was suddenly dismissed for being a Methodist, but was finally reinstated as lecturer of Woolwich in 1792, and of St. Bride's, Fleet Street, and of St. Leonard's, London, in 1797. He died in 1800. His Sermon was, with a Help to Prayer; to which are prefixed Memoirs of the Life of the Author (Lond. 1801, 8vo), were published after his death.