ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Rev. Hubert Stogdon

(1692-1728)


Hubert Stogdon was born near Banbury in Oxfordshire, the eldest son of a Presbyterian minister. After education at the Exeter free school, in 1715 he served as a Presbyterian minister near Exeter. Adopting heterodox views, he later officiated at Wookey, near Wells (1718-24), and afterwards, having been re-baptized, served a congregation at Trowbridge (1724-28).


TEXT RECORDS:

1722Colin's Advice; or, Damon to Nisa.

PUBLICATIONS:

A Caveat against the new sect of Anabaptists, lately sprung up at Exon. 1714?
A defence of the caveat against the new sect of anabaptists, &c. In answer to Mr. Reed's reply. 1714.
The character of a primitive preacher: a sermon preach'd at Thorverton, near Exeter. 1718.
Seasonable advice relating to the present disputes about the Holy Trinity. 1719.
Poems and letters. 1729.