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 Stewart, DugaldStoughton, Rev. John, D.D. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Stillingfleet, Edward
(b. Cranborne, Dorsetshire, April 17th, 1635; d. Westminster, March 27th, 1699). “Irenicum;” “Origines Sacræ” (1662); “Rational Account of the Grounds of the Protestant Religion” (1665); “The Reasons of Christ’s Suffering for Us” (1678); “Origines Britannicæ” (1685), “Sermons Preached on several Occasions” (1696–98); “A Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity” (1697); “Directions for the Conversations of the Clergy” (1710); “Miscellaneous Discourses on several Occasions” (1735); “Discourses on the Church of Rome,” etc. “The Life and Character of Bishop Stillingfleet, together with some account of his Works,” by Timothy Goodwin, in 1710; same year, “Works” in ten volumes. See Tulloch’s “Rational Theology in England”   1

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