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NEAL, Daniel, English clergyman, born in London, 14 December, 1678; died in Bath, England, in April, 1742. He was for many years pastor of an independent congregation in London, and delivered lectures on Protestant polemics that were attended by the most learned men of the day. He published a "History of New England," containing an account of the civil and ecclesiastical affairs of the colony to the year 1700, to which is added an appendix containing their charter, their ecclesiastical discipline, and their municipal laws (2 vols, London, 1720); " Narrative of the Inoculation of Small-Pox in New England " (1722); and "History of the Puritans from the Reformation in 1517 till the Revolution in 1688" (4 vols., London, 1732-'8; new ed., with life and writings of the author by Joshua Toulmin, Bath, 1793; abridged by Edward Payson, 1812; American ed., with notes by John O. Choules, New York, 1844).
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