Cunningham, William (18051861)

Cunningham, William, a Scotch divine, born in Hamilton, well read in the Reformation and Puritan theology, a vigorous defender of Scottish orthodoxy, and a stanch upholder of the independence of the Church of State control; was a powerful debater, and a host in any controversy in which he embarked (18051861).

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

Cunningham, Peter * Cupid
Cumberland, William Augustus, Duke of
Cumbria
Cumming, Gordon
Cumming, John
Cunard, Sir Samuel
Cunaxa
Cunctator
Cune`iform
Cunningham, Allan
Cunningham, Peter
Cunningham, William
Cupid
Cupid and Psyche
Curaça`o
Curé of Meudon
Cure`tes
Cureton, William
Curiatii
Curle, Edmund
Curling
Curran, John Philpot

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