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Charles John Vaughan (1816–1897)

Vaughan, Charles John. An English Broad Church clergyman, religious writer, and commentator; born at Leicester in 1816; died at Llandaff, Wales, Oct. 15, 1897. He was headmaster of Harrow, 1844–59; Master of the Temple, 1869–94; chaplain in ordinary to the Queen. Among his works are: ‘Memorials of Harrow Sundays’ (1859); ‘Sundays in the Temple’ (1871); ‘Heroes of Faith’ (1876), lectures; ‘Temple Sermons’ (1881); ‘University Sermons’ (1888); single sermons, addresses, pamphlets, etc.