William Romaine(1714-1795), Evangelical divine
Sitter in 13 portraits
Born in Hartlepool, Romaine was a popular clergyman and evangelical preacher. Attracting controversy for his sermons he held several appointments in London before his final position at St Anne, Blackfriars from 1766-95. A prolific author on Christian spirituality his works include The Triumph of Faith, 1795.
published by Henry Parker, and published by Thomas Kitchin
by Richard Houston, printed and sold by Bewley Wynne Morrison, after Francis Cotes
by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed for Robert Sayer, after Francis Cotes
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