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us: Burder, George, 1752-1832

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    • us: Author of Village sermons, 1752-1832
    • us: Village sermons, Author of, 1752-1832
    • us: Burder, G. (George), 1752-1832
    • us: G. B. (George Burder), 1752-1832
    • us: بردر، جورج
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        (naf) Islington (London, England)
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        (naf) London (England)
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        (naf) Great Britain
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        • Organization: Warwickshire Association of Ministers for the Spread of the Gospel at Home and Abroad
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        Warwickshire Association of Ministers for the Spread of the Gospel at Home and Abroad
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        • Organization: (naf) Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)
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        (naf) Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) London Missionary Society
        • Affiliation Start: 1803
        • Affiliation End: 1827
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        (naf) London Missionary Society
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  • Sources

    • found: His Village sermons, 1817: t.p. (George Burder)
    • found: LC in OCLC, 12/20/84 (hdg.: Burder, George, 1752-1832)
    • found: His Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress, versified, 1807: t.p. (George Burder, author of Village sermons)
    • found: They are altogether lighter than vanity, ca. 1780: print recto (G. Burder inv. & scu.)
    • found: His Early piety, 1822: p. viii (G.B.)
    • found: ULAN Online, 22 Oct. 2004 (Burder, G.; British engraver; active 1777)
    • found: Oxford DNB, 22 Oct. 2004: (Burder, George; Independent minister; b. Islington, 5 June 1752; d. London, 29 May 1832; trained as an engraver under Isaac Taylor; began preaching in 1776; ordained at the High Street Chapel, Lancaster, in 1778; acted as a travelling preacher; began his ministry at West Orchard Chapel, Coventry, in 1783; founding member of the Warwickshire Association of Ministers for the Spread of the Gospel at Home and Abroad; founding member of the Religious Tract Society; supported the formation of the British and Foreign Bible Society; secretary of the London Missionary Society 1803-1827; minister of the Fetter Lane Chapel beginning in 1803; publisher, compiler, and author; editor of the Evangelical Magazine) DNB Archive (took lessons in drawing from Isaac Taylor and studied at the Royal Academy; began business as an engraver in 1773)
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