Item 1968-004/001/(1)/70 - Letter written by John Cumming to Canon Wilson : p. 27

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Letter written by John Cumming to Canon Wilson : p. 27

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1968-004/001/(1)/70

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  • [19--?] (Creation)

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(1807-1881)

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John Cumming (November 10, 1807 – July 5, 1881) was a Scottish clergyman. In 1832, Cumming was appointed to the Crown Court Church in Covent Garden, London, a Church of Scotland congregation that catered for Scots living in London. He was a controversial figure in his day, with George Eliot being the most prominent figure to have written denouncing Cumming's anti-Catholicism, obsession with the End Times, and perceived intellectual dishonesty. Cumming retired in 1879. In total, he published approximately 180 books during his lifetime.

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