William Mason (religious writer)

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William Mason (1719 – 29 September 1791) was a Calvinist writer.

Mason was born in Rotherhithe. He wrote a number of very popular Christian books, and was twice briefly editor of The Gospel Magazine, immediately before and immediately after Augustus Montague Toplady.

Selected published writings[edit]

References[edit]

  • Hatfield, Edwin Francis. The Poets of the Church, New York, 1884, pages 412–414 [1]