An English writer and instructor, he was known during his life time for his Whig political sights as well as for such politically-themed magazines as Personas of Charles Wayne Fox (1809). He undertook research in divinity in the College or university of Cambridge and, in 1776, became the headmaster in the Colchester Royal Sentence structure College. He received a regulation degree through the College or university of Cambridge in 1781, after abandoning his divinity research. His father, your physician, was unsuccessful in his efforts to convince the youthful Samuel Parr to pursue a profession in medication. He was a modern of fellow British Whig Party member, Edmund Burke.