Savage, John, Dd
Savage, John, D.D.
an English divine of the last century, was a member of Emanuel College, Cambridge, where he took his degrees, and was D.D. of both universities. He was rector, first of Bygrave, then of Clothall, Herts, and lecturer of St. George's, Hanover Square, London. He was at one time president of the famous club at Royston. He died March 24, 1747, from a fall. Besides a visitation and an assize sermon, there are attributed to him the following:
The Turkish History (abridged from Knolles and Rycaut [1701, 2 vols. 8vo]): Collection of Letters of the Ancients, etc. (1703, 8vo).