Browne, Edward Harold (1811-1891)
Browne, Edward Harold, born 6th March 1811, at Morton House, Bucks, from Eton passed to Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he became fellow and tutor. Professor of Hebrew at Lampeter (1841), and Norrisian professor of Divinity at Cambridge (1854), he was consecrated Bishop of Ely in 1864, and translated to Winchester in 1873. He died 17th December 1891. Besides sermons, he wrote a book on the Pentateuch, and an Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles (1850; 13th ed. 1887). See Life by Dean Kitchin (1895).
1. Chamber's Biographical Dictionary, Philadelphia, 1926, page 140.
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