Howson, John Saul, Dd

Howson, John Saul, D.D.

an Anglican divine, was born in 1816. He graduated with honor from Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1837; was ordained in 1845, becoming the same year senior classical master, and in 1849 principal of the Liverpool College; in 1866 vicar of Wisbech, afterwards chaplain to the bishop of Ely; in 1867 dean of Chester, and died December 15, 1885. Besides contributions to the religious periodical press and to Smith's Dict. of the Bible, he wrote various lectures and sermons, and was the joint author, with Dr. Conybeare, of the well-known work on the Life and Epistles of St. Paul.

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