Day, Henry Noble, Lld
Day, Henry Noble, LL.D.
an American educator,. was born at New Preston, Connecticut, August 4, 1808; graduated from Yale in 1828, and the Divinity School there in 1834. After preaching four years, he became professor of rhetoric in the Western Reserve College in 1844 succeeding to the chair of practical theology. From 1858 to 1864 he served as president of the Ohio Female College, Cincinnati. The rest of his life was spent in literary pursuits at New Haven, Conn. He died January 12, 1890. He was the author of nineteen works, the best known of which are, The Art of English Composition (1867): — Elements of Psychology (1876): — Elements of Mental Science (1886). See (Am.) Cong. Year-book, 1891.