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Ethan Allen Andrews (1787–1858)

Andrews, Ethan Allen. An American educator and lexicographer; born at New Britain, CT, April 7, 1787; died there, March 24, 1858. He was professor of ancient languages at the University of North Carolina, 1822–28; edited the Religious Magazine with Jacob Abbott, whom he succeeded as principal of the Young Ladies’ School in Boston; but his chief work was compiling classical textbooks. He edited the well-known ‘Latin-English Lexicon’ (1850), based on Freund; and ‘Andrews and Stoddard’s Latin Grammar’ (with Solomon Stoddard; 65th ed. 1857) was for many years the leading one in America.