Weston, William

Weston, William an English clergyman, was born about 1700. He graduated at St. John's College, Cambridge, of which he became a fellow, and was many years rector of Campden, Gloucestershire, where he died in 1760. He was the author of, Inquiry into the Rejection of the Christian Miracles by the Heathen (1746): — Dissertations on Some of the Most Remarkable Wonders of Antiquity (1748): — Safety and Perpetuity of the British State (1759): — New Dialogues of the Dead (1762): — and other works.

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