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Archibald Campbell Tait (1811–1882)

Tait, Archibald Campbell. An English Churchman and theological writer; born in Edinburgh, Dec. 21, 1811; died in London, Dec. 1, 1882. He was educated at Glasgow and Oxford Universities; was one of the leading opponents of the Tractarians or Puseyites; took orders in the Church of England; was head-master of Rugby School, dean of Carlisle, bishop of London, and Archbishop of Canterbury, from 1868 to his death. He was author of ‘The Dangers and Safeguards of Modern Theology’ (1861), and ‘The Word of God and the Ground of Faith’ (1863), besides addresses and sermons. His life was published by Davidson and Benham (2 vols., 1891).