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Thomas Wilson
(1663–1755)
English clergyman, Bishop of Sodor and Man
Thomas Wilson

WorksEdit

  • The Works of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Wilson, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1847 (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
  • Life, profiled to the Practical Christian, 1713, by Richard Sherlock.
  • History of the Isle of Man in Gibson's (2nd) edit, of Camden's Britannia, 1722
  • Observations included in Abstract of the Historical Part of the Old Testament, 1735. (His 'Notes' are in an edition of the Bible, 1785.)
  • Sacra Privata, first published by Cruttwell, 1781. (external scan)
  • Maxims of Piety and Christianity, first published by Cruttwell, 1781. (external scan)
  • Sharmaneyn Liorsh Thomase Wilson, published once only by Cruttwell, 1783. This single volume containing 22 of Wilson's sermons in Manx was translated from English to "Gailck" (this is how Manx is referred to on the title page) by Thomas Corlett.

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