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Lindsey, Theophilus

(1723–1808). B. Middlewich, Cheshire, Eng.; educ. Leeds and Cambridge; vicar Catterick; favored latitudinarianism (see Latitudinarians); friend of J. Priestley*; participated in petition to Parliament against subscription to Thirty-nine Articles (see Anglican Confessions, 6); Unitarian (see Unitarianism) 1773/74. Works include An Historical View of the State of the Unitarian Doctrine and Worship from the Reformation to Our Own Times.

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