William Mason (religious writer)
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
- A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God or Read full text on Google Books
- The Christian Communicant
- A commentary on Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress, printed as footnotes in some copies of the same as "Mason's Notes".
- The Believer's Pocket Companion
- Hatfield, Edwin Francis. The Poets of the Church, New York, 1884, pages 412–414