Maclean, John, Dd, Lld
Maclean, John, D.D., LL.D.
an eminent Presbyterian divine, was born at Princeton, N.J., March 3, 1800. He graduated from the college of his native place in 1816, and its theological seminary in 1819; became teacher in his alma mater in 1822, and in 1823 professor, a position which he retained, with a transfer of chairs, until his election as president in 1854. He resigned in 1857, but continued to reside at Princeton, loved and honored, until his death, August 10, 1886. He often wrote for the religious press, and published several sermons, essays, etc. See Nevin, Presb. Encyclop. s.v.