|Author:||London King Pitt|
|Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing, LLC (September 24, 2009)|
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His sermons were so much admired that Thomas Seward admitted in one of his own sermons that he had left much of the preaching to Cunningham on this .
Very soon after his appointment, Cunningham mentions being engaged in literary pursuits and even showed the Rector and his daughter (who was the same age as himself) some of his poems. In June 1805 he died suddenly at the annual dinner of the Chertsey Friendly Society, to which he had been in the habit of preaching a sermon every year.
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Pitt, London King, s. Richard, of Tiverton, Devon, cler. 27 June, 1791, aged 18; . 1795, fellow, . 1801, . 1807, rector of Hinton, co. Gloucester, 1805, and of Hanwell, Oxon, chaplain to the British factory, St. Petersburg, where he died 6 May, 1813. 418; & Robinson, 152.
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