Rose, Henry John
Rose, Henry John, an English author, was born in 1801, graduated at St. John's College, Cambridge, in 1821, and became fellow of his college in 1824. He was made Hulsean lecturer in 1833, rector of Houghton Conquest, Bedfordshire, in 1837, and archdeacon of Bedford in 1866. His death took place in Bedford, Jan. 31, 1873. Rose edited the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana from 1839, also vol. 1 of Rose's Biographical Dictionary. He translated Neander's History of the Christian Religion and Church during the First Three Centuries (1831, 2 vols.; 2d ed. 1842); contributed an essay to Replies to Essays and Reviews (1861); and was one of the authors of The Speaker's Commentary. He published, The Law of Moses, etc. (Hulsean Lectures, 1834), and History of the Christian Church, 1700- 1858.