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John Langley (n.d.)

A Member of the Westminster Assembly.

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His Works:

Gemitus columbæ: the mournfull note of the dove (1644)
Totius rhetoricæ adumbratio (1644)


Biography of John Langley:

John Langley (n.d.) was Minister of West-Tuderly, in the county of Southampton, in England. He was elected one of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, in the year 1643. He gave constant attendance during the session He preached to the House of Commons. Wood says, that he became a publisher of several matters of divinity. I have seen and read a sermon of his, which is entitled, The Mournful Note of the Dime. It was preached from Psalm lxxiv. 19, 20. at Margaret’s, Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, at their solemn Fast. Dec. 25, 1644. 4to. pp.32. London, 16*4. I am not able to give any further account of Mr Langley.

[Wood’s Athens Oxon. vol. i. Fasti, p. 279. 2d edit.]


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