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Nowell (Thomas) Sermon, Correspondence, and Related Material
mssHM 84141  
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Correspondence and manuscripts regarding the controversy over Thomas Nowell's 1772 Charles I remembrance sermon before the House of Commons, bound together with the printed sermon.
Thomas Nowell (1730-1801) was born in Cardiff and was educated at Oriel College, University of Oxford. In 1764, he was named principal of St. Mary's Hall, Oxford; in 1771, he was appointed to a professorship of modern history, also at Oxford. Nowell delivered a controversial Charles I remembrance sermon before the House of Commons on January 30, 1772, the anniversary of the king's execution.
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