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John Philip Newman (1826–1899)

Newman, John Philip. An American clergyman and writer; born in New York City, Sept. 1, 1826; died at Saratoga, July 5, 1899. He was ordained a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1860, and elected bishop in 1888. He was a preacher of note in Washington, and long chaplain to the Senate. Among his works are: ‘From Dan to Beersheba’ (1864); ‘Thrones and Palaces of Babylon and Nineveh’ (1875); ‘America for Americans’ (1887).