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Henry Rogers (1806–1877)

Rogers, Henry. An English essayist and reviewer; born at St. Albans, Oct. 18, 1806; died in North Wales, Aug. 20, 1877. His writings include: ‘Life and Character of John Howe’ (1836); ‘General Introduction to a Course of Lectures on English Grammar and Composition’ (1838); ‘The Eclipse of Faith’ (1853), a piece of clever dialectics which had great vogue with the religious public of his day; ‘Reason and Faith’ (1866); ‘The Superhuman Origin of the Bible’ (1873); and two series of ‘Essays’ (1850–55).