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THE GENERAL

BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY.

A NEW EDITION.

VOL. VI.

Printed by Nichols, Son, and BENTLEY,
Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London.

BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY:

CONTAINING

AN HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL ACCOUNT

OF THE

LIVES AND WRITINGS

OF THE

MOST EMINENT PERSONS

IN EVERY NATION;

PARTICULARLY THE BRITISH AND IRISH;

FROM THE EARLIEST ACCOUNTS TO THE PRESENT TIME.

A NEW EDITION,

REVISED AND ENLARGED BY
ALEXANDER CHALMERS, F. S. A.

VOL. VI.

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BOHUN (EDMUND), a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century, was born at Ringsfield, in Suffolk, the only son of Baxter Bohun, who with his ancestors, had been lords of the manor of Westhall, in that county, from the 25th Henry VIII. In 1663, he was admitted fellow-commoner of Queen's college, Cambridge, and continued there till the latter end of 1666, when the plague obliged him: ahd others to leave the university. In 1675 he was made a justice of peace for Suffolk, and continued in that office till the second of James II. when he was discharged, but wäs restored to that office in the first of William and Mary. The time of his death is not mentioned, but he was alive in 1700. He wrote, 1." An Address to the Freemen and Freeholders of the nation, in three parts, being the history of three sessions of parliament in 1678, 1682, and 1683,” 4to. 2. “A Defence of the Declaration of king Charles II. against a pamphlet styled, A just and modest Vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments.” This was printed with and added to the Address. 3. " A Defence of Sir Robert Filmer, against the mistakes and representations of Algernon Sydney, esq. in a paper delivered by him to the sheriffs upon the scaffold on Tower-hill, on Friday, Dec. 7, 1683, before his execution there," Lond. 1684. 4. “The - Justice of Peace's Calling, a moral essay," Lond. 1684, 8vo. 5. A Preface and Conclusion to Sir Robert Filmer's Patriarcha,”: ibid. 1685, 8vo. 6. “A Geographical Dica. tionary,” ibid. 1688, 8vo. 7. The History of the Desertion ; or an account of all the public affairs of England,

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