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|Richard Baxter (16151691)|
|Baxter, Richard. A celebrated English divine, and author; born at Rowton, Shropshire, Nov. 12, 1615; died in London, Dec. 8, 1691. His early education was neglected, and he was never a student at any university, but by private study became eminent for learning. Among his numerous works the most celebrated is The Saints Everlasting Rest, published in 1650.|