Rosewell, Thomas (2)

Rosewell, Thomas (2), an English Dissenting minister, was born at Rotherhithe in 1680, and educated partly in Scotland. He was for a time assistant to Mr. John Howe, at Silver Street, London, and then colleague with Mr. John Spademan at the same place till towards the close of his life, when he removed to Mare Street, Hackney, where he died in 1722. Rosewell had a share in the continuation of Henry's Exposition, the part assigned him being the Epistle to the Ephesians. He published a volume of Sermons (1706): — sixteen single Sermons (1706-20): — and The Arraignment and Trial of Mr. Thomas Rosewell (1718, 8vo).

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