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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Arthur Jackson 1593?-1666
Arthur Jackson (1593?-1666) was an English clergyman of strong Presbyterian and royalist views. He was imprisoned in 1651 for suspected complicity in the ‘presbyterian plot’ of Christopher Love, and ejected after the Act of Uniformity 1662.  He was minister of St. Faiths, London.

Jackson published:
1. ‘Help for the Understanding of the Holy Scripture; or, Annotations on the Historicall part of the Old Testament,’ &c., Cambridge and London, 1643, 4to; 2nd vol., 1646, 4to.
2. ‘Annotations on Job, the Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon,’ &c., 1658, 4to, 2 vols.
Posthumous was:
3. ‘Annotations upon … Isaiah,’ &c., 1682, 4to (edited by his son).
Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 29 - page 87

Annotations upon the Whole Book of Isaiah - 1682
Contains a brief account of the author's life (To the Christian Reader)

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