Horsley, Samuel (17331806)

Horsley, Samuel, English prelate, born in London; celebrated as the champion of orthodoxy against the attacks of Priestley (q.v.), in which he showed great learning but much bitterness, which, however, brought him church preferment; was in succession bishop of St. Davids, Rochester, and St. Asaph (17331806).

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

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Hôpital, Michel de l'
Hopkins, Samuel
Horatii
Horatius Flaccus
Horn, Cape
Horn Gate
Hornbook
Horrocks, Jeremiah
Horse-power
Horsham
Horsley, Samuel
Hosea
Hoshangabad
Hoshiarpur
Hospitallers
Hospodar
Hostilius, Tullus
Hottentots
Houdon, Jean-Antoine
Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord
Hounslow