Jowett, Joseph, Lld

Jowett, Joseph, LL.D.

a learned English clergyman, was born about 1750; admitted in 1769 to Trinity College; in 1773 removed to Trinity Hall, where he became assistant tutor, then fellow and principal tutor, and afterwards regius professor of the civil law, which office he retained till his death, Nov. 13, 1813. In addition to his professorship he held the living of Wethersfield, in Essex. Dr. Jowett was a scholarly man, a humble Christian, and a devoted friend of the Bible Society and kindred associations. See (Lond.) Christian Observer, December 1813, page 820.

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