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rporal punishment; and there is good ground for believing that the discipline of his school was far from being rigorous, compared with the manners of the time. It may naturally be presumed that the majority of his pupils, in a private school situated in a manufacturing district, were destined for trade or other departments of active life. Some few, however, are known at this distance of time, who were afterwards respected as men of eminent learning and attainments; particularly Mr. Cappe of York, Mr. Hirons of St. Albans, and Dr. Cogan, well known as author of a valuable Treatise on the Passions, and of the admirable Letters by a Layman to Mr. Wilberforce on the Doctrine of Hereditary Depravity. One of his particular friends, during his residence at Kilworth, was Dr. (then Mr.) Pulteney, of Leicester, who afterwards distinguished himself as an eminent naturalist and physician. After many years thus laboriously spent, he removed to Warrington, in the month of August 1758; chiefly