Winstanley, Thomas, Dd
Winstanley, Thomas, D.D.
a Church of England divine, was born in 1749. He studied at Brasenose College, and afterwards became fellow of Hertford. He took his degree of A.M. in 1774; published an edition of the Poetics of Aristotle; was appointed principal of St. Alban's Hall in 1797; took his degrees of B.D and D.D. in 1798, and about this time became Laudian professor of Arabic, Camden professor-of ancient history, and prebendary of St. Paul's. He died in September, 1823. See Christian Remembrancer, 1823, p. 628.