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  1. For the Archdeacon of Dorset, see Lancelot Addison (Archdeacon of Dorset). The Reverend Lancelot Addison (1632 – 20 April 1703) was an English writer and Church of England clergyman. He was born at Crosby Ravensworth in Westmorland. He was educated at the Queen's College, Oxford .

  2. Lancelot Addison, clérigo y educador inglés (n. 1632) El reverendo Lancelot Addison (1632 - 20 de abril de 1703) fue un escritor inglés y clérigo de la Iglesia de Inglaterra. Nació en Crosby Ravensworth en Westmorland. Fue educado en el Queen's College de Oxford.

  3. Murió en 1703 dejando tres hijos, el ensayista Joseph Addison (1672-1719, hijo mayor), Gulston Addison , quien se convirtió en gobernador de Madrás , y el erudito Lancelot Addison (1680-1710), y dos hijas: Dorothy Addison (1674–170). 1750) y Anne Addison (1676-Desconocido).

  4. The Ven. Lancelot Farquharson Addison was an Anglican priest: Archdeacon of Dorset from 1948 to 1955. He was educated at Leeds Grammar School. After a year of studying at University College, Durham, Addison continued his education at Lichfield Theological College. He was ordained in 1911.

  5. Addison worked at Tangier as a chaplain for seven years and upon his return he wrote "West Barbary, or a Short Narrative of the Revolutions of the Kingdoms of Fez and Morocco" (1671). In 1670 he was appointed royal chaplain or Chaplain in Ordinary to the King, [1] shortly thereafter Rector of Milston , Wilts (from 1670 to 1681), and Prebendary in the Cathedral of Salisbury. [1]

  6. Lancelot Addison Average rating: 0.0 · 0 ratings · 0 reviews · 16 distinct works A Modest Plea for the Clergy Wherein Is Briefly Considered, the Original, Antiquity, Necessity: Together with the Spurious and Genuine Occasions of Their Present Contempt.

  7. Lancelot (1680–1711), the third son, was first of Queen's College, Oxford, and then a demy of Magdalen, of which he became a fellow in 1706. At the university he won a reputation for his classical learning. About the time of his brother Gulston's death he visited Fort St. George, and died there in 1711 ( Egerton MS. 1972, fol. 50).