Moodie, William, Dd

Moodie, William, D.D.

a Scotch Presbyterian minister, who died June 11, 1811, in the fifty-third year of his age, was one of the ministers of St. Andrew's Church, Edinburgh, from 1787, and professor of Hebrew and Oriental languages in the University from 1793. He was a man of considerable literary acquirements, very popular as a preacher, and the author of several works. A volume of his Sermons has been published, to which is prefixed a biography of the author (Edinburgh, 1813, 8vo). See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, 1:73.

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