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He took the degree of master of arts, but soon after began to show signs of insanity owing to a disappointment in love. After a term of confinement he recovered and removed to London. In he had an engagement as private tutor to the son of a country squire living at Eton Hall, Southgate, and also held a similar post at Ware. He then lodged in a house in Soho frequented exclusively by Frenchmen, and took lessons in the language in the hope of getting back his post with the earl, but when he went to Knowsley Hall in Lancashire , the earl would not see him.

It has not been out of print since and is still encountered today on the shelves of priests and biblical scholars. There were some primitive concordances before Cruden; however, they were unsystematic, popular aids rather than scholarly tools. Cruden worked alone and produced the most consistent and complete concordance until the introduction of computerised indexing.

As well as compiling occurrences, he also invented a new method of presentation, which showed the surrounding sentence rather than just the verse reference. It provided the literary context and so made the concordance significantly easier to handle for false positives.

Cruden presented the first edition of his work on 3 November to Queen Caroline wife of George II ; but she died some days later without rewarding Cruden, who had to go into debt to finance the printing. The third edition was published in After the slow success of the first edition, the second and third made Cruden considerable profit.

Corrector[ edit ] As well as producing the concordance, Cruden worked as a proofreader and bookseller. Several editions of Greek and Latin classics are said to have owed their accuracy to his care. He opened a booksellers shop in the Royal Exchange. In April he obtained the title of bookseller to the Queen by recommendation of the Lord Mayor and most of the Whig aldermen. The post was an unremunerative sinecure. After failing to obtain the honour of knighthood, he was nominated as Parliamentary candidate for the City of London in , but he decided to withdraw.

He was particularly concerned with misspelt signs, graffiti, swearing and the keeping of the Sabbath ,[ citation needed ] and was in the habit of carrying a sponge, with which he effaced all inscriptions and signs which he thought incorrect or contrary to good morals. At Cambridge he was knighted with mock ceremonies. There he appointed deputy correctors to represent him in the university. He also visited Eton , Windsor , Tonbridge , and Westminster schools, where he appointed four boys to be his deputies.

An Admonition to Cambridge is preserved among letters from J. Neville of Emmanuel to Dr. Cos Macro, in the British Museum. In he saved an ignorant seaman, Richard Potter, from the gallows, and in published a pamphlet recording the history of the case. In he lectured in Aberdeen as Corrector, and distributed copies of the fourth commandment and various religious tracts.

He also published an account of his legal problems, dedicated to the King. This was the first of several stays in mental hospitals throughout his life. Isobella Wild of Middle Green Langley. He brought an unsuccessful action against his friends, and seriously proposed that they should go into confinement as an atonement. Also in he paid unwelcome addresses to the daughter of Sir Thomas Abney , of Newington — Death[ edit ] Cruden died suddenly while praying in his lodgings in Camden Passage, Islington , on 1 November He bequeathed a portion of his savings for a bursary at Aberdeen, which preserves his name on the list of benefactors of the university.

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He took the degree of master of arts, but soon after began to show signs of insanity owing to a disappointment in love. After a term of confinement he recovered and removed to London. In he had an engagement as private tutor to the son of a country squire living at Eton Hall, Southgate, and also held a similar post at Ware. He then lodged in a house in Soho frequented exclusively by Frenchmen, and took lessons in the language in the hope of getting back his post with the earl, but when he went to Knowsley Hall in Lancashire , the earl would not see him. It has not been out of print since and is still encountered today on the shelves of priests and biblical scholars.

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CRUDEN DICTIONARY PDF

Nelkis In he lectured in Aberdeen as Corrector, and distributed copies of the fourth commandment and various religious tracts. In he had an engagement as private tutor to the son of a country squire living at Eton Hall, Southgate, and also held a similar post at Ware. Educalingo cookies are used to personalize ads and get web ddictionary statistics. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. She called me in after six months battling with Cruden Homes — and still no nearer a solution.

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