See also:English divine and lexicographer, was
See also:born on the 26th of
See also:January 1811, at Bondleigh in Devonshire, where his
See also:father was rector . Educated at
See also:Shrewsbury School and Christ
See also:Oxford, after a brilliant university career he was elected
See also:fellow of Balliol, where he was tutor from 1835 to 1840 . After holding successively the
See also:college livings of Duloe and South Luffenham, in 1854 he was elected
See also:master of Balliol . This
See also:office he held, together (from 1861) with that of the professorship of the exegesis of
See also:Holy Scriptures, down to 187o, when he accepted the deanery of Rochester . As master of Balliol he kept the college up to the high level it had attained under his predecessor Dr Jenkyns . As a Greek
See also:scholar, he had few equals among his contemporaries . His
See also:literary achievement, which may be said to constitute his
See also:work, was his collaboration with Dean
See also:Liddell in the Greek
See also:lexicon which bears their names . He died at Rochester on the 2nd of
See also:December 1887 .
MICHAEL SCOTT (1789-1835)
SIR GEORGE GILBERT SCOTT (1811-1878)
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