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Sir William Robertson Nicoll (1851–1923)

Nicoll, William Robertson, Sir. A Scotch clergyman and editor; born in Lumsden, Aberdeenshire, Oct. 10, 1851; died in 1923. In 1887 he started the British Weekly, one of the most successful religious papers in England, and was English editor of the Bookman. Among his publications are: ‘Calls to Christ’ (1877); ‘The Incarnate Saviour: A Life of Jesus Christ’ (1881); ‘John Bunyan’ (1884) in the ‘Evangelical Succession’ series; ‘Ten-Minute Sermons’ (1895); ‘The Key of the Grave’; ‘Letters on Life.’