b. 1739, London, England; d. 1815, Westminster, England
Except for his years at Trinity College in Cambridge, Vincent spent most of his life in Westminster, first as a student at Westminster School, then as teacher and headmaster, and finally as dean. He was also the rector of St.
John’s, and later of Islip, as well as sub-almoner to the king. Besides many of his sermons, his diverse publications include writings on public education, parochial music, Greek verbs, and ancient geography and commerce.
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