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Howard Crosby (1826–1891)

Crosby, Howard. A distinguished American Presbyterian divine and educator; born in New York, Feb. 27, 1826; died there, March 29, 1891. He was chancellor of the University of New York, 1870–81; and one of the New Testament Revision Committee. He wrote: ‘Lands of the Moslem’ (1850); ‘Life of Jesus’ (1871); ‘The Christian Preacher’ (1880, Yale lectures for 1879–80); etc.