Russel, John, Dd
Russel, John, D.D., an English clergyman, was educated at the Charter House, and thence was elected student of Christ Church, Oxford, graduating in 1806. He was ordained in 1810, was headmaster of the Charter House from 1811 to 1832; and canon of Canterbury in 1827. He became rector of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, in 1832, and secretary of the Clergy Orphan Corporation in 1849. His death occurred in 1863. He published, Rudiments of Latin: — English Grammar (Lond. 1832, 18mo). which has run through eleven editions: — The Spital Pulpit (1833, 4to): — Concio ad Clerum (1833): — besides Sermons, etc.