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Samuel Wilberforce (1805–1873)

Wilberforce, Samuel. An English bishop; born at Clapham, Sept. 7, 1805; killed by a fall from his horse, near Dorking, July 19, 1873. He wrote: ‘Note-Book of a Country Clergyman’ (1833); ‘Eucharistica’ (1839); ‘Sermons Preached Before the University of Oxford’ (2 series, 1839–62), and other volumes of sermons; ‘The Rocky Island and Other Parables’ (1840); ‘A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America’ (1844); ‘Heroes of Hebrew History’ (1870); ‘Speeches on Missions’ (1874); and many miscellaneous publications.