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Oxford, O., Sept. 28, 1840; graduated at the Miami University in 1857; studied at Princeton Theological Seminary and in the universities of Tubingen and Berlin. In 1863-68 he was pastor of the Westminster Church in Columbus. O., and in 1868-80 of the First Presbyterian Church in Toledo, O. He was elected chancellor of the Western University in Pittsburg in 1880; vice-chancellor and Professor of Philosophy in the University of New York in 1884, and chancellor of the latter institution in 1891. He is author of Tercentenary of Presbyterianism; Kant and Lotze; A Metropolitan University; Leaders of the Church universal, etc.
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