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- Alexander Leighton was a Scottish medical doctor and puritan preacher and pamphleteer best known for his 1630 pamphlet that attacked the Anglican church and which led to his torture by King Charles I.
- Alexander Leighton a.k.a. Alexander H. Leighton: Alexander "Alec" H. Leighton was a sociologist and psychiatrist of dual citizenship. He is best known for his work on the Stirling County Study and his contributions to the field of psychiatric epidemiology.
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Alexander Leighton was a Scottish writer, known as the editor of Tales of the Borders.
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by Dorothy Auchter
Notes from the Caroline Underground: Alexander Leighton, the Puritan Triumvirate and the Laudian ...
From 1600 to the Present by John R. Shook
Joseph Alexander Leighton was born on 2 December 1870 in Orangeville, Ontario, ...
by T.J. Carty
Andrew Lang Alexander Leighton Anna Bartlett Warner A. L. B. Anna Letitia Barbauld A. L. F. Augustus Lawrence Francis A. A. .
Christian Biography. A dictionary of the lives and writings of the most distinguished Christians; ... from the revival of literature to the present period (1829)
Alexander Leighton, and born in London, in the year 1613.
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