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Philip Parsons (1729–1812)

Parsons, Philip. An English miscellaneous writer; born at Dedham in Essex, 1729; died at Wye, June 12, 1812. His principal work is ‘Monuments and Painted Glass in upwards of 100 Churches’ (1794). He wrote also: ‘Inefficacy of Satire: a Poem’ (1766); ‘Dialogues of the Dead with the Living’ (1779); ‘Simplicity: A Poem’ (1784).