Ollivant, Alfred, Dd

Ollivant, Alfred, D.D.

an Anglican prelate, was born at Manchester, England, in 1798. He studied at St. Paul's school, London; graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1821, and became a fellow. In 1820 he was elected Craven University scholar, and in 1822 Tyrwhitt Hebrew scholar. He was vice-principal of St. David's College, Lamfeter, from 1827 to 1843, and from 1843 until 1849 held the regius professorship of divinity at Cambridge. He became bishop of Llandaff in 1849, and died December 16, 1882. He published a number of sermons and some other practical works. He was a member of the Old Test. company of the Bible Reyision Committee.

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