Beatson, John 31.mar.1743-25.apr.1798 England Yorkshire, Leeds - Kingston upon Hull
hymn tune compiler, writer on religious matters, 28.apr.1743 baptized at St Peter in Leeds, 1773 active in Leeds, 1778-1789 Reverend in Hull ; 28.dec.1775 at Holy Trinity in Hull he married Mary Collings (Hull 11.jun.1748-3.mar.1816 Hull)

Title Parts

[] A complete collection of all the tunes sung by the different congregations in Hull. To which is prefixed an introduction to the art of psalmody. 1780
copy British Museum (now British Library)

writing: Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, answers for William Forbes to the petition of John Beatson and his cautioners
pub Edinburgh 1768

writing: The divine character of Christ considered and vindicated. In a series of dialogues on that interesting and important subject. In which the many scriptural evidences of the deity of our Lord are fairly exhibited, and the various objections thrown out against it, particularly in some late publications, attempted to be obviated
pub Printed for the author, Leeds, and sold by J. Rivington, in St Paul's Church-Yard, and Messrs. Richardson and Urquhart, under the Royal-Exchange, London 1773

writing: A sermon (preached February 27, 1778, the day appointed for a publick fast.), on the duty and interest of men as members of civil society. Addressed to all who fear God and love their Country. Especially to all of that character in the town of Kingston upon Hull. By their Sincere Well-Wisher John Beatson
pub Hull 1778

writing: Compassion the duty and dignity of man, and cruelty the disgrace of his nature. A sermon, preached in Hull, January 21st, 1789
pub Printed for the author, by G. Prince in Hull, and sold by Messrs. Robinsons in London, T. Browne in Hull, J. Todd in York, and J. Binns in Leeds. 1789
words by John Beatson

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