Joseph Turner (priest)
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Joseph Turner (1746 or 1747 – 3 August 1828) was a British academic and clergyman.
He was Master of Pembroke College from 1784 to 1828, and Dean of Norwich from 1790 to 1828.
He was a Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University in 1785–6 and 1805–6.
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