Brooke, Stopford

Brooke, Stopford, preacher and writer, born in Donegal; after other clerical appointments became incumbent of Bedford Chapel, Bloomsbury, and Queen's chaplain; from conscientious motives seceded from the Church, but continued to preach in Bloomsbury; wrote the “Life of Robertson of Brighton,” a “Primer of English Literature,” “History of English Poetry,” “Theology in the English Poets,” and “Life of Milton,” all works in evidence of critical ability of a high order; b. 1832.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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