Valpy, Edward, Dd
Valpy, Edward, D.D.
a clergyman of the Church of England, born in the island of Jersey in 1764. He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, took orders in the Church, and was for many years assistant to his brother Richard (q.v.), in the classical department of his school at Reading. He became head-master of the grammar-school at Norwich in 1810. He held the rectory of Thwaite and the vicarage of St. Mary's. Walsham, Norfolk. He died at Yarmouth, April 15, 1832. His published works are, Eleantiae Latinae (1803) Greek Testament (1816, 3 vols.): The Septuagint (1819): and Homer's Iliad (1819).