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John Henry Hopkins (1792–1868)

Hopkins, John Henry. An American divine and writer, the first Protestant Episcopal bishop of Vermont (1832); born in Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 30, 1792; died in Rock Point, VT, Jan. 9, 1868. He was originally an iron manufacturer, afterwards a lawyer, and won eminence by his vigorous and versatile writings. Among his works are: ‘History of the Confessional’; ‘The End of Controversy Controverted’; ‘The Primitive Church’; ‘Essay on Gothic Architecture’; ‘The Church of Rome in her Primitive Purity’; ‘Scriptural View of Slavery,’ a defense of the institution; ‘Law of Ritualism’; ‘History of the Church,’ in verse.