Anderson, David, Dd

Anderson, David, D.D.

an English prelate, was born in London, February 10, 1814. He studied at Edinburgh Academy, and graduated from Exeter Hall, Oxford, in 1836. In 1841 he was made vice-principal of St. Bee's College, Cumberland; in 1848 incumbent of All-Saints' Church, Derby; in 1849 was consecrated the first bishop of St. Rupert's Land, but resigned that see on being appointed vicar of Clifton in 1864; in 1866 he was made chancellor of St. Paul's Cathedral, and died in London, November 5, 1885. He was the author of, Notes on the Flood: Net in the Bay: — five Charges, and some Ordination Sermons.

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