Sterne (or Stearne), John (1)

Sterne (Or Stearne), John (1), a physician and ecclesiastical writer, was born at Ardbraccan, County of Meath, Ireland, in 1622. He was educated in the College of Dublin, became a fellow, was ejected because of his loyalty, but reinstated at the Restoration. He died in 1669. His writings are, Aphorismi de Felicitate (Dublin, 1654, 8vo; twice reprinted): — De Morte Dissertatio (ibid. 1656, 1659, 8vo): — Animoe Medela, seu de Beatitudine et Miseria (ibid. 1658, 4to): — Adriani Heerboordii Disputationum de Concursu Examen (ibid. 1658, 4to): — De Electione et Reprobatione (ibid. 1662, 4to): — to this is added Manuductio ad Vitam Probam: — De Obstinatione, opus posthumum, pietam Christiano-Stoicam scholastico more suadens, published in 1672 by Mr. Dodwell.

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