Edwards, Thomas (fl.1810) (DNB00)
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Edwards, Thomas (fl.1810)
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EDWARDS, THOMAS, LL.D. (fl. 1810), divine, was son of Thomas Edwards (1729– 1785) [q. v.] He graduated LL.B. in 1782 from Clare College, Cambridge. In 1787 he was a fellow of Jesus College, and took his LL.D. degree. He published
- Plutarch, 'De Educatione Liberorum,' with notes, 1791, 8vo.
- 'A Discourse on the Limits and Importance of Free Inquiry in matters of Religion,' Butt, 1792, 8vo.
- 'Remarks on Dr. Kipling's Preface to Beza,' part i. 1793, 8vo.
- 'Criticisms relating to the Dead,' London, 1810, 8vo.
- Various sermons. N. Nisbett, rector of Tunstall, made several attacks upon Edwards's biblical criticisms.
[Brit. Mus. Cat.; Cooper's Memorials of Cambridge, i. 48.]