Evans S Sketch of the Various Denomintaions of the Christian World, and of Atheism, Deism, Mahometanism, Etc

Evans S Sketch of the Various Denomintaions of the Christian World, and of Atheism, Deism, Mahometanism, Etc

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1841 edition. Excerpt: ... by the Rev. Charles Wellbeloved, has lately been removed to Manchester, where it was first established. At Carmarthen is an academy which receives a portion of its funds from Dr. Williams's trustees, and which has long supplied many of the Dissenting congregations in Wales with ministers. There are also eight exhibitions or bursaries, arising from Dr. Williams's estate, and given in conformity with his will, to defray the expense of educating, at the university of Glasgow, candidates for the Christian ministry among the English Presbyterians. To the Independent or Congregational denomination belong Coward College, at Wymondley House, near Hitchin, and Homerton College, superintended by the Rev. John Pye Smith, D.D. The Independents have also academies at Highbury, Exeter, Rotherani, Newport Pagnel t, Blackburn, Airedale near Bradford, Axminster, and Newtown in Montgomeryshire. Connected with the Baptists, are the Education Society at Bristol %; Stepney College; the Northern Baptist Academy at Horton near Bradford; the General Baptist Academy at Loughborough; and the South Wales Academy at Pontypool. At Cheshunt, is an academy belonging to the connexion of the Countess of Huntingdon; and the Wesleyan Methodists have a Theological Institution in London, founded in 1834, for the education of their preachers. This academy was originally at Northampton, under the superintendence of the excellent Dr. Doddridge. Soon after his death, which took place at Lisbon, in 1751, it was removed to Daventry, where, as well as at Northampton, it had the honour of training not a few young men, who became eminent as Dissenting ministers. Some of them have distinguished themselves in the literary world.-(-Denominated "The Newport Pagnel Evangelical...
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