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Herbert Palmer (1601-1647) was an English Puritan clergyman, member
of the Westminster Assembly, and President of Queens' College,
Cambridge. He is now remembered for his work on the Westminster
Shorter Catechism, and as a leading opponent of John Milton's
divorce tracts. He was a younger son of Sir Thomas Palmer, knt. (d.
1625), and grandson of Sir Thomas Palmer (1540-1626) of Wingham,
Kent. He was born at Wingham in 1601, and baptised on 29 March. His
mother was the eldest daughter of Herbert Pelham of Crawley,
Sussex. He learnt French almost as soon as English, and always
spoke it fluently.
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