Blakesley, Joseph William

Blakesley, Joseph WILLIAM, an English divine, was born in London in 1808. He graduated in 1831 at Trinity College, Cambridge, of which he was afterwards fellow and tutor; in 1845 became vicar of Ware; in 1863 canon in Canterbury Cathedral; in 1872 dean of Lincoln; and died April 18, 1885. Besides several ecclesiastical honorary positions, he was a member of the Bible Revision Committee, and author of, A Life of Aristotle (1839): — Herodotus, in the Bibliotheca Classica (1854): — Four Months in Algeria (1859), and other works.

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