Author:Thomas Jackson

Thomas Jackson

British Anglican priest; Prebendary of St. Paul's, Rector of Stoke Newington, and author


  • Curiosities of the Pulpit and Pulpit Literature
  • Report of the voyage of the "Castle Eden" with information about early Canterbury & Wellington / a report to the Archbishop of Canterbury, England, from Thomas Jackson
  • Our dumb companions; or, Conversations of a father with his children, about dogs, horses, donkeys, and cats
  • Our feathered companions; or, conversations of a father with his children about sea-birds, song-birds, and other feathered tribes that live in or visit the British Isles, their habits, &c.
  • Contributions to The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography

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