Vicars, John

Vicars, John an English Presbyterian minister and violent writer on religious and political subjects, was born in London in 1582. He was educated at Christ's Hospital, London, and Queen's College, Oxford; and was, during the greater part of his life, usher of Christ's Hospital. He died in 1652. He was the author of the following works, among others: Prospective Glass to Look into Heaven (Lond. 1618, 4to): — England's Hallelujah (1631, 4to): — Jehovah Jireh, God in the Mount; or England's Remembrancer (1641- 44, 4to): — God's Ark Overtopping the World's Waves (1646): — Prodigies and Apparitions: — England's Worthies (1647).

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