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Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1815–1881)

Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn. An English clergyman and author, best known as “Dean Stanley”; born at Alderley, Cheshire, Dec. 13, 1815; died in Westminster, July 18, 1881. His principal works are: ‘The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold’ (1844); ‘Historical Memorials of Canterbury Cathedral’ (1855); ‘Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church’ (Vol. i., 1862; Vol. ii., 1865; Vol. iii., 1876); ‘Christian Institutions’ (1878).