McDonald, Daniel D.D., an Episcopal minister in America. was born near Bedford, Westchester County, N. Y., about 1787, and was educated at Middlebury College. Having taught for some time, he was ordained in 1810, and became rector of St. Peter's, Auburn, N. Y. He subsequently took charge of the academy in Fairfield, Herkimer Co. where he superintended the preparation of candidates for holy orders. In 1821 he was made D.D. by Columbia College; removed to Geneva, and served for many years as missionary in the village of Waterloo. He became professor in the College of Geneva in 1825, and continued so until his death, March 25, 1830. His works are A Sermon in the Churchman's Magazine, and A Series of Articles in the Gospel Messenger, signed P. See Sprague, Annals, v. 525.