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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Pearsall, Richard 1698-1762

Richard Pearsall (29 August 169810 November 1762) was an English Congregationalist minister and friend of Philip Doddridge. He ministered at Bromyard in Herefordshire (1721-1731), then at Warminster in Wiltshire (1731-1747), and finally at Taunton in Somersetshire (1747-1762)

Middleton's "Evangelical Biography, Volume 4" - 1816 (see page 390)

Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 15 - 1909 (see page 602)

A Review of "Religuiae Sacrae" (see page 236) ; from "The Monthly Review, Volume 33" - 1765 by Ralph Griffiths


The brevity and uncertainty of life, considered and improved, 1740
The acceptableness of the gospel, 1748
Charge to Mr. Rooker at his Ordination, 1752
Contemplations on the ocean, harvest, sickness, and the last judgment, 1753, 1755, 1760
Early seeking after God opened, and recommended to young ones. In a sermon, 1758
The saint's satisfaction as awakening in God's likeness, 1758
Contemplations on butterflies, 1758

A letter [...] addressed to the Church of Christ, under his pastoral care, 1763
A letter, written by the late Rev. Mr. Pearsall, of Taunton in the county of Somerset, addressed to the Church of Christ, under his pastoral care Richard Pearsall - 1763 - 31 pages (front pages missing, begins on page 5)

Reliquiae sacrae: or, meditations on select passages of scripture; and sacred dialogues between a father and his children, 1765
Reliquiæ sacræ: or, Sacred dialogues between a father and his children Richard Pearsall - 1765 - 270 pages

Contemplations on the harvest. In four letters, 1787

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