Lee, William, Dd

Lee, William, D.D.

an Irish prelate, was born in Ireland in 1815. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he was elected fellow in 1839, in 1857 was appointed professor of ecclesiastical history, and in 1863 lecturer on divinity. In 1874 he was archdeacon of Dublin, and he died May 11, 1883. He is the author especially of, Introductory Lectures on Ecclesiastical History (1858): — Examination of Remarks of Baden Powell (1861); but is best known by his Lectures on the Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures (1852).

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