Howson, John Saul, Dd (2)

Howson, John Saul, D.D.

an English prelate, "was born at Giggleswick, May 5, 1816. He graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1837; obtained the members prize in 1837 and 1838, and the Norrisian prize in 1840. In 1845 he became senior classical master, and in 1849 principal of the Liverpool College, which post he held till the close of 1865. He was appointed vicar of Wisbeck in 1866; from 1867 to 1873 was examining chaplain to the bishop of Ely; in 1867 became dean of Chester, in which position he died, December 15, 1885. He was the author of various works: the Hulsean lectures on the Character of St. Paul: — and, in connection with the Reverend W.J. Conybeare, the Life and Epistles of St. Paul.

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