Fowler, Charles James, Lld

Fowler, Charles James, LL.D.

a Scotch clergyman, was licensed to preach by the Aberdeen Presbytery in 1828; elected minister of the church at Roxburgh Place, Morningside, Edinburgh, and ordained August 7, 1834; transferred to St. Luke's, Glasgow, February 22, 1837; promoted to Ratho, December 22, 1842, and died at Torquay, England, March 16, 1866. He published The Right Improvement of Divine Judgments (a sermon, 1851): — lectures on The Evidences of Revealed Religion, on Infidelity, and on Sabbath-Schools: A Preface to Watson's Apology for the Bible. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 1:131; 2:45.

 
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