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Caleb Rotheram, D. D. was born March 7, 1694, at the pleasant village of Great Salkeld, on the banks of th
usion of liberal inquiry and rational religion.
Dr. Rotheram appears to have been solicitously and affectiona ith more distinctness and ability than by one of Dr. Rotheram's pupils, Mr. Lowthion, of Newcastle, in a sermo o their people, preached at the ordination of Mr. Caleb Rotheram, his tutor's son and successor, And the names acquisition of sound and accurate learning,
Dr. Rotheram was far from being a mere theologian.
His attai n always afforded pleasure and satisfaction.
Dr. Rotheram's labours, though so valuable in their results, of time.
In the latter end of the year 1751, Dr. Rotheram's health, which had received a severe shock from cription to his memory:—
To the Memory of
Caleb Rotheram, late of Kendal, D. D.
Who successfully unit
He died June VIII, Mdcclii.
Dr. Rotheram left three sons, of whom the eldest, as abovemen