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Balguy, John, born at Sheffield, 1686, and educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, was ordained in 1711. He took an active part in theological controversy, and his work, Letters to a Deist, attracted the attention of Dr. Clarke and Archbishop Hoadley. He obtained the living of Northallerton, and a prebendal stall at Salisbury, and died in 1748.