Rogers, Thomas (1)

Rogers, Thomas (1), an English divine, was a native of Chelsea, and entered Christ Church in 1568. He was A.M. in 1576; chaplain to Bancroft, bishop of London, and in 1581 rector of Horinger, Suffolk, where he was held in great esteem. He died Feb. 22, 1616. Among his many works are, The Anatomie of the Minde (Lond. 1576, 8vo): — Of the End of the World (ibid. 1577, 4to; 1582, 1583, 8vo): — The English Creede (ibid. 1579, fol.): — A Golden Chain Taken out of the Rich Treasure-house of the Psalms of David (ibid. 1579, 1587, 12mo): — Historical Dialogue touching Antichrist and Popery, etc. (ibid. 1589, 8vo): — besides Sermons, etc. See Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.; Darling, Cyclop. Bibliog. s.v.

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