Item NN/4/25 - A sermon preached on Friday, February 13, 1801

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A sermon preached on Friday, February 13, 1801

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GB 2014 WS-01-BUS-NN/4/25

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  • 1801 (Publication)
    Oxford, United Kingdom

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4to, 1 volume

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JACKSON, WILLIAM, brother of Cyril Jackson (qv); bapt. 28 Feb 1751; adm. Manchester GS 1762; adm.; KS (Capt., aged 13) 1764; elected to Christ Church, Oxford 1768, matr. 1 Jun 1768, Westminster Student 24 Dec 1768 – void 2 Aug 1799 (Canon), Tutor 1771-95, Junior Censor 1779-82; Chancellor’s Prize for Latin Verse 1770; BA 1772; MA 1775; BD 1783; DD 1799; ordained deacon 18 Oct 1778, priest 3 Oct 1779 (both York); Chaplain to William Markham, Archbishop of York (adm. 1733, qv); Prebendary of Southwell 23 Sep 1780; Vicar of St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford 1782; Prebendary of York 26 Mar1783 – Mar 1812; Rector of Beeford, Yorkshire East Riding; Preacher at Lincoln’s Inn 1783-1812; Regius Professor of Greek, Oxford 19 Dec 1783; Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, from 2 Aug 1799; consecrated Bishop of Oxford 23 Feb 1812; Clerk of Closet, Royal Household, from c. 1813; Busby Trustee 14 May 1814; d. unm. 2 Dec 1815. DNB.

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  • English

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