Aiton, John, Dd
Aiton, John, D.D.
a Scotch clergyman, studied at the Edinburgh University, was licensed in 1819, presented to the living at Dolphinton in 1824, and died at Essex, May 15, 1863. He was the author of, Owen's Objections to Christianity Refuted (1824): — Life and Times of Alexander Henderson (1836): — Clerical Ethics (1842): — Letter on Imprisonnents in Naples (1851): — Lands of the Messiah, Mohammed, and the Pope (1852): — The Drying up of the Eupphriates, etc. (1853): — Appeal in Behalf of Jerusalem and the Holy Land (1854): — St. Paul and his Localities (1856): — Manual of Domestic Economy (1857), and other works. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 1:221.