Primerose, Gilbert, Dd
Primerose, Gilbert, D.D.
a Scotch divine, flourished in the first half of the 17th century, first as minister of the French Church in London, later as chaplain to James I, and still later as canon of Windsor. He died in 1642. His works are, La Trompette de Sion, etc., en XVIII Sermons (Berger, 1610, 8vo; and in Latin by Joan Anchoranum Dantis, 1631, 8vo): — Le Veu de Jacob oppose aux Voeux de Moines (ibid. 1610, 4 vols. 8vo; in English by John Buteel, Lond. 1617, fol.): — La Defense de la Religion reformee contre M. François Blovin (Berger, 1619, 8vo): — Panegyrique au tres-grand Prince Charles, Prince de Galles (Paris, 1624, 8vo): Nine Sermons on Ps 34:19 (Lond. 1625, 4to): Two Sermons on Mt 5:4, and Lu 6:21 (1625, 8vo).