Sandford, Daniel, Dd
Sandford, Daniel, D.D., A Scotch prelate, was born at Delville, near Dublin, in 1766, and was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he won the prize for Latin composition in 1787. At Edinburgh, in 1792, he became minister of an Episcopal congregation for whom Charlotte Chapel was built in 1797. He joined the Episcopal Church of Scotland in 1803, and was ordained bishop of Edinburgh in 1806. He consecrated for his own congregation the newly erected Chapel of St. John in 1818. Bishop Sandford died in 1830. He published, Lectures on Passion Week (Edinb. 1797, 8vo; 1821, 12mo; 1826, 12mo): — Sermons preached in St. John's Chapel (ibid. 1819, 8vo): — Remains and Sermons, etc. (ibid. 1830, 2 vols. 8vo).