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John Rowe (1626-1677) was an English clergyman, minister to an
important Congregationalist church in London. He was born in
Crediton, Devon. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and
Oxford, where he attended New Inn Hall. His 1653 book
Tragi-comoedia took an incident in his parish of Witney as a
judgement on those attending dramatic productions. The floor of an
upper room of The White Hart Inn collapsed during a performance by
travelling players of Mucedorus. In 1654 he was appointed lecturer
to Westminster Abbey. In October 1656 he preached to Parliament,
then giving thanks for a naval victory in the Caribbean. 6] He was
displaced from his position by the Restoration of 1660, and in 1662
refused to conform, losing his status and being ejected as Anglican
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