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Culverwel, Nathaniel, divine, was born in Middlesex, and graduated at Cambridge in 1633. During the Civil war his sympathies lay with the Parliament. His writings are vigorous, and possess great descriptive power. The most noteworthy of his works are his Light of Nature, Sacred Optics, Spiritual Optics, and the Worth of Souls. He was a contemporary of Cudworth, Whichcote, and John Smith, and was one of the Cambridge Platonists.