Grant, Johnson an English divine, and an author of some merit, was born in Edinburg in 1773, and was educated at St. John's College, Oxford, where he passed A.M. in 1805. He became rector of Binbrook in 1818; minister of Kentish Town Chapel in 1822; and died in 1845. He was a faithful, and, at the same time, a popular preacher. Among his writings are a History of the Church of England, and of the Sects which have departed from her (Lond. 1811- 25, 4 volumes, 8vo): — Lectures and Sermons in six volumes (Lond. 1821-43): — Sketches in Divinity (Lond. 1840, 8vo). — Darling, Cyclop. Bibliographica, 1:1302.