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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Daniel Mayo 1672-1733

Daniel Mayo  1672-1733

Finished Matthew Henry's Commentary on 2 Corinthians, and 1 & 2 Thessalonians.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on 2 Corinthians by Daniel Mayo

Matthew Henry's Commentary on 1 Thessalonians by Daniel Mayo

Matthew Henry's Commentary on 2 Thessalonians by Daniel Mayo

From the Dictionary of National Biography

Sermon Preached Concerning the Ends, and Mode, and Subjects of Baptism, Preached at Chesham in Buckinghamshire on the Thursday of Easter week, April 9, 1713.

Bibliography and Biographical Sketch: Matthew Winzer on Puritan Board

A Presbyterian divine of some note, was born in London or vicinity in 1672.
He was educated first at home, then went abroad and studied for some
time in Holland under Witsius. On his return to England he preached
successively at Tothill Fields, Westminster, at Kingston-upon-Thames, and
at Hackney, and finally settled permanently at Silver Street, London, where
he died in 1733. Mr. Mayo was a man of considerable talents, great zeal
and activity, combined with prudence. Besides publishing many sermons,
he wrote, in continuation of Henry´s Exposition, a Commentary on the
Second Epistle to the Corinthians. See Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer.
Authors, s.v.; Brown, Cyclop. of Religious Knowledge, s.v.


Sermon preach'd to the Society, for reformation of manners: at Kingstone upon Thames, on July 17th 1700. Publish'd at the request of the Society.

Necessity of a regular mission to the ministry: asserted and proved in a sermon preach'd at Chertsey, Octob. 16. 1705.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Being a sermon preach'd at Kingston upon Thames on the public fast, January 16. 1711/2.

Sermon preach'd before the Societies for Reformation of Manners, at Salters-Hall, July 1st. 1717.

Meetness for heavenly glory a just reason for thanksgiving unto God. A funeral sermon occasion'd by the much lamented death of Mrs. Mary Dolins. With a brief account of her exemplary character. 1720.

Religious care of families recommended from Abraham's example: a sermon preach'd in Gravel-Lane, Southwark, January 1. 1721/22.

Funeral sermon preached at Chertsey, upon the death of the Reverend Mr. Jacob Kuffeler, who died September 1. 1723.

Funeral sermon on the death of the late pious and Reverend Mr. James Waters. Preach'd at Uxbridge, May 16, 1725. With a short account of his life and character.

Intercession for the fruitless fig-tree, explained and improved. A sermon preach'd on Luke xiii. 8,9. to Mr. Wright's and Mr. Hubbard's catechumens January 1, 1725-26.

Reasons and rules for rejoycing on the annual returns of the first of August. In a sermon preached at Little St. Helens, upon the first day of August, 1729. to the society which support the Lord's day morning lecture there.

Funeral sermon occasioned by the much lamented death of the late Reverend and learned Edmund Calamy, D.D. who departed this life, June 3. 1732. preached at Westminster, June 11. 1732. With some account of his life and character.

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