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The life of John Sharp, D.D., Lord Archbishop of York to which are added, select original, and copies of original papers, in three appendixes, collected from his diary, letters, and several other authenic testimonies by Sharp, John

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Published by Printed for C. and J. Rivington in London .
Written in English

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  • Sharp, John, Archbishop -- Biography.

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Statementby his son, Thomas Sharp, D.D., ed. by Thomas Newcome.
GenreBiography.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22885319M
OCLC/WorldCa9905620

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  The life of John Sharp, D.D., Lord Archbishop of York, to which are added, select original, and copies of original papers, in three appendixes, collected from his diary, letters, and several other authenic testimonies. Evidence reported by for item lifeofjohnsharpd01shar on April 8, no visible notice of copyright; stated date is Pages: The Life Of John Sharp, D.D., Lord Archbishop Of York, To Which Are Added, Select Original, And Copies Of Original Papers, In Three Appendixes, [FACSIMILE] Paperback – January 1, by Sharp, John (Author)Author: Sharp, John. Get this from a library! The life of John Sharp, D.D., Lord Archbishop of York: to which are added select, original, and copies of original papers, in three appendixes: collected from his diary, letters, and several other authentic testimonies. [Thomas Sharp; John Sharp; Thomas Newcome]. Book Title The life of John Sharp, D.D., Lord Archbishop of York, to which are added, select original, and copies of original papers, in three appendixes, collected .

The Life of John Sharp, D.D., Lord Archbishop of York. Edited by Thomas Newcome, 2 vols., London, A collected edition of Sharp's Works appeared in ; his correspondence with Mrs. Catherine Cockburn on moral virtue and moral obligation was published in John Sharp was born in Rothbury, the son of Thomas Sharp (), Archdeacon of Northumberland. The Sharps were a wealthy and prominent clerical family and John’s grandfather, also named John (), had been Archbishop of York. The family’s wealth was built upon agriculture and cloth manufacturing in Yorkshire. John Sharp (16 February /5 – 2 February ), English divine, Archbishop of York, was born at Bradford, and educated at Christ's College, Cambridge.   John Lee "lord Archbishop Of York" Sharp in MyHeritage family trees (Francis Web Site) view all 20 Immediate Family. Ellenor Sharp. wife. Jane King. daughter. Ellenor Sharp. wife. Thomas E Sharp. son. Andrew Sharp, I. father. Helleine Hendersone. mother. Andrew Sharp, II. brother. James Scharpe. brother. Patrick Sharp.

  [The Life of John Sharp, with three appendices containing ‘select, original, and copies of original papers,’ was written by his son Thomas Sharp, archdeacon of Northumberland. It remained in manuscript until , when it appeared in two volumes edited by Thomas Newcome, rector of Shenley and vicar of Tottenham, who obtained access to it through his friendship with a great-granddaughter . Life of John Sharp, D.D., Lord Archbishop of York, Vol. 2 of 2 To Which Are Added, Select, Original, and Copies of Original Papers, in Three Appendixes; Collected from His Diary, Letters, and Several Other Authentic Testimonies, by His Son, Thomas Sharp. The duty and advantages of frequently receiving the Holy Sacrament. A sermon preach'd before the Queen, at St. James's Chappel, on Good-Friday, March By John Lord Archbishop of York by Sharp, John 2 editions - first published in Life of John Sharp, D. D., Lord Archbishop of York, Vol. 2 Of 2: To Which Are Added, Select, Original, and Copies of Original Papers, in Three Appendixes; Collected from His Diary, Letters, and Several Other Authentic Testimonies, by His Son, Thomas Sharp, by Thomas Newcome (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review.