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CRAMP, John Mockett, author, born in St. Peter's, isle of Thanet, Kent, England, 25 July, 1796; died in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, 6 December, 1881.. He was educated at Stepney College, was ordained, 7 May, 1818, became pastor of the Baptist church in Dean street, Southwark, London, and in 1842 of the Baptist church at Hastings, Sussex. He was chosen president of the Baptist College, Montreal, Canada, in 1844; president of Acadia College, Nova Scotia, in 1851; and reappointed principal of the theological department in 1858, which he retained until 1860, when he was reappointed president. He retired in 1S69. He has published "A Text-Book of Popery" (Dublin, 1831; enlarged ed., London, 1889); "The Reformation in Europe" (1838); "Lectures for these Times" (1844); "Baptist History" (1868); "The Lamb of God" (1871); "Paul and Christ; a Portraiture and an Argument "; and a memoir of the late Madame Feller, of the Grand Ligne mission, Canada.
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