John Duncombe

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John Duncombe (1729–1786) was educated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (1745, B.A. 1748, M.A. 1752, and later a fellow). He became Rector of St Andrew and St Mary Bredman, Canterbury (1757–1786); Vicar of Herne, Kent (1773), Master of Harbledown and St John's Hospital, and a Six Preacher (1766–1786).[1]

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William Duncombe (ed.). Works of Horace in English verse. By several hands. Collected and published by Mr. Duncombe. With notes historical and critical.
London: 1759.
Inscription on front pastedown: This book belongs to the Library of Christ Church Canterbury. Being the Gift of the Revd. Mr. John Duncombe, Rector of St Andrew's & St Mary Breadman's in the said City 1763.
John Duncombe was one of the translators, as was his father William who edited the volume.
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Abp Thomas Herring. Seven sermons on public occasions. ... With a preface.
London: 1763.
Inscription on front pastedown: This book belongs to the Library of Christ Church Canterbury - Being the Gift of the Editor of 1763. The Revd Mr John Duncombe Rector of St Andrew & St Mary Breadman in the said City.
Edited by John Duncombe's father William.

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  1. CCED PersonID 117345