Hubbard, Henry, 1784-1857Alternative names
Epithet: Reverend; MA
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Epithet: BD, of Emmanuel College, Cambridge; Lady Margaret Preacher
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Edward Collingwood was born in Chirton, Northumberland. He was educated at Houghton-le-Spring, and entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in 1752, aged 18. He was admitted to the Inner Temple in 1756.
Henry Hubbard (1708-1778) was born on 5 February 1708, the son of a cabinet-maker. He matriculated at St Catharine's College, Cambridge, in 1725 (B.A., 1729; M.A., 1732), and became a Fellow of Emmanuel College in 1732 (B.D., 1739). He was a Cambridge tutor, and Registrary, 1758-1778. Hubbard was ordained deacon in 1730, and priest in 1732. He was Lady Margaret preacher, Cambridge, 1752-1774. He died on 23 January 1778.
Thomas Rutherford (1712-1771) was Regius Professor of Divinity, Cambridge, 1756-1771.
From the guide to the Henry Hubbard: Lectures on Rutherford's Ordo institutionum physicarum, 1752, (Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives)
- Lectures (teaching method)
- Bristol, Gloucestershire (as recorded)
- Hinton Ampner, Hampshire (as recorded)
- Middlesex, England (as recorded)
- Wesel, Prussia (as recorded)
- Hagen, Prussia (as recorded)
- Nottinghamshire, England (as recorded)
- Cheriton, Hampshire (as recorded)