1734 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Rev. Samuel Say

Isaac Watts to William Duncombe, 1 November 1734; in Duncombe, Letters of Eminent Persons (1772; 1773) 2:51.



Mr. Samuel Say (of whom you write) was an old intimate of Mr. John Hughes at the same time with me, being all fellow-students together in logic and philosophy. He is very lately fixed in London, a minister to that congregation which was lately under the care of the Rev. Dr. Calamy.