Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
(d. 1679) Clergyman: he conducted the illegal Anglican services at Cary House in the Strand which Pepys was attending in the early months of 1660. He had also conducted them at St Peter, Paul's Wharf since c. 1650 when he was ejected from his curacy at Teddington. He had published two tracts in defense of the royal power in 1642-3. At the Restoration he was rewarded by a prebend at York (1660), the deanery of Christ Church, Dublin (1661) and the bishopric of Derry (1666).
From L&M Companion
Robert Mossom, author of several sermons preached at London, and printed about the time of the Restoration, who was in 1666 made Bishop of Derry. In the title page of his Apology in behalf of the Sequestered Clergy, printed in 1660, he calls himself “Preacher of God’s word at St. Peter’s, Paul’s Wharf, London.”---Diary and correspondence of Samuel Pepys, the diary deciphered by J. Smith. 1854.
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