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|Richard Hooker (15541600)|
|Hooker, Richard. A famous English divine and theological writer; born at Heavitree, Exeter, March 15534; died at Bishopsbourne, near Canterbury, Nov. 2, 1600. He has been called the judicious Hooker. His great work, the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (15921648), supporting the ministry, ritual, and ceremonies of the Church of England, is one of the masterpieces of English eloquence.|