William Huntington

Standard Name: Huntington, William

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Intertextuality and Influence Maria De Fleury
MDF 's title-page quotes an exhortation to meekness from St Paul 's Epistle to Timothy: if Huntington had borne this advice in mind, she says, she would not have needed to write. She takes...
Intertextuality and Influence Maria De Fleury
This follows up and reinforces her Antinomianism Unmasked, but is written ad hominem. She associates with Huntington the Rev. Mr. Ryland, Senior, who must be John Collett Ryland (1723-92).
De Fleury, Maria. Falsehood Examined at the Bar of Truth. T. Wilkins, 1791.
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After quoting Huntington
Literary responses Maria De Fleury
The Critical Review expressed the opinion that MDF 's views here were basically correct but a little too violent.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
2nd ser. 1 (1791): 346
It declined to enter the controversy when later that year a...
politics Maria De Fleury
During this month MDF began to exchange argumentative letters with an eccentric Antinomian preacher, the Rev. William Huntington .
De Fleury, Maria. A Serious Address to the Rev. Mr. Huntington. T. Wilkins, 1788.
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Textual Production Maria De Fleury
MDF dated A Letter to the Rev. Mr. [William] Huntington (her first attack on him), which reached, according to its title-pages, a second and third edition the same year.
OCLC WorldCat.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Textual Production Maria De Fleury
MDF issued with her name A Serious Address to the Rev. Mr. Huntington ; Containing Some Remarks on his Sermon, Entitled The Servant of the Lord, described and vindicated. It also gathers polemical letters...
Textual Production Maria De Fleury
MDF attacked Elizabeth Morton , defender of William Huntington , in a pamphlet entitled An Answer to the Daughter's Defence of Her Father, Addressed to Her Father Himself.
Morton, Elizabeth. The Daughter’s Defence of Her Father. 1788.
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Textual Production Maria De Fleury
The book is bolstered by prefaces from Thomas Wills (an associate of Selina, Countess of Huntingdon but an antagonist in print of William Huntington ), John Towers (to whose Independent congregation MDF belonged), John Collett Ryland
Textual Production Maria De Fleury
Her full title was Antinomianism Unmasked and Refuted, and the Moral Law Proved from the Scriptures of the Old and New-Testament, To be Still in Full Force as the Rule of the Christian's Conduct...
Textual Production Maria De Fleury
Her full title is Falsehood Examined at the Bar of Truth; or, A Farewell to Mr. Wm. Huntington , and Mr. Thomas Jones , of Reading: Containing Strictures on the Broken Cistern; Written by the...

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