Thomas Wise

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Thomas Wise D.D. (1670/71–1726) was a fellow of Exeter College, Oxford (1694-1726), rector of St Alphege, Canterbury (1709), vicar of Bekesbourne (1711), Six Preacher of Canterbury Cathedral (1711), prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral (1720), chaplain to the Princess of Wales (1721) and the Duke of Ormonde.[1]

Shelfmark W/E-3-40/41
Thomas Wise. Confutation of the reason and philosophy of atheism; being ... an abridgment or an improvement of ... Dr. Cudworth ... in his True intellectual system.
London: 1706.
Inscription on title page: Ex dono Reverendi Authoris, Thomæ Wise, S.T.P. Qui hydropicus mortem obijt 24° Iunij 1726.
References
  1. Derek Ingram Hill, The Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral, 1982, p. 73-74.