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{{subst:Quick infobox|Samuel Carte|1653|1740|}} Samuel Carte (born 1653 died 1740), divine and antiquary, born at Coventry in 1653, was educated at the grammar school of that town and at Magdalen College, Oxford. He was vicar of Clifton-upon-Dunsmoor in Warwickshire, and afterwards of St. Martin's, Leicester, and rector of Eastwell, Lincolnshire and prebendary of Lichfield from 1682 till death. He died, aged 87, on 16 April 1740. He was known as an antiquary, and a manuscript description by him of the antiquities of Leicester is preserved in the Bodleian, which, however, is said to be but a slight composition. He corresponded with the leading antiquaries of the day, and his assistance is acknowledged by Browne Willis in the preface to his 'Mitred Abbots', and by J. Throsby in his 'History and Antiquities of Leicester'. He published (1) two sermons in 1694 and 1705. (2) 'Tabula Chronologica Archiepiscopatuum et Episcopatuum in Anglia et Wallia, ortus, divisiones, translationes, etc., breviter exhibens, una cum indice alphabetica nominum quibus apud authores insigniuntur', folio, without date. [DNB 1][DNB 2][1]


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  1.  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain

    E. S. S.

    (1887). "Carte, Samuel (DNB00)". In Stephen, Leslie. Dictionary of National Biography 09. London: Smith, Elder & Co. p. 0.
     

DNB references[edit]

These references are found in the DNB article referred to above.

  1. Nichols's Illustrations, ii. 471, 726
  2. Lowndes's Bibl. Man.

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