Title The Sacred And Prophane History Of The World Connected From The Creation Of The World To The Dissolution Of The Assyrian Empire At The Death Of Sardanapalus, And To The Declension Of The Kingdoms Of Judah And Israel, Under The Reigns Of Ahaz And Pekah Volume 2 Publisher London, R Knaplock Etc Publication Date 1731 Subjects History, Ancient Jews History Notes This Is An OCR Reprint There May Be Numerous Typos Or Missing Text There Are No Illustrations Or Indexes When You Buy The General Books Edition Of This Book You Get Free Trial Access To Million Books.com Where You Can Select From Than A Million Books For Free You Can Also Preview The Book There.
Samuel Shuckford 1693 1754 was an English cleric, antiquarian, and historian.The son of Samuel Shuckford of Palgrave, Suffolk, he was born at Norwich about 1694, and educated at the grammar schools of Norwich and Botesdale, Suffolk From 1712 to 1719 he was scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, graduating B.A in 1716 and M.A in 1720, and later being awarded the Lambeth degree of D.D.Shuckford was ordained deacon on 16 June 1717, and priest on 28 October 1718 In 1722 he was presented to the rectory of Shelton, Norfolk, which he resigned in 1746 He held with it the living of Hardwick, and was also vicar of Seething and Mundham, Norfolk He was instituted to the tenth prebend in Canterbury Cathedral on 21 March 1738 Subsequently he was given the living of All Saints, Lombard Street, London and possibly was one of George II s chaplains.Shuckford died on 14 July 1754, and was buried in Canterbury Cathedral.
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