Jelf, Richard William
Jelf, Richard William an English clergyman, was born in London in 1798, and educated at Oxford, where he graduated in 1820, and became a fellow of Oriel College and a tutor. In 1826 he became preceptor in the royal family. He was made canon of Christ Church in 1831, Bampton lecturer and principal of King's College, London, in 1844. He died in Oxford, September 19, 1871. Among his published works are, Sermons, Doctrinal and Practical (1835): — The Means of Grace (Bampton Lectures, 1844): — and a new edition of the Works of Bishop Jewel (1847-48, 8 volumes).