Peploe, Samuel, Dd
Peploe, Samuel, D.D.
an English divine, flourished in the beginning of the 18th century. He was for a time warden of Manchester. — In 1726 he was made bishop of Chester. He died about 1752. He published, A Sermon on 1Ki 18:21 (1716, 8vo): — God's peculiar Care in the Preservation of our Religion and Liberties; a Sermon on 1Sa 12:7 (1716, 8vo): Sermon, Mt 25:40 (1730, 4to): — Sermon, Mt 10:34 (1733, 4to): — Popish Idolatry a strong Reason why all Protestants
should zealously suppose the present Rebellion; A Sermon on 1Co 10:14 (1745, 4to).