REDPATH, HENRY ADEREY: Church of England; b. at Forest Hill, London, June 19, 1848; d. in London Sept. 24, 1908. He was educated at Queen's College, Oxford (B.A., 1871), and was ordered deacon in 1872 and ordained priest in 1874. He was curate of Southam (1872-75) and Luddesdown (1876-80); vicar of Wolvercote (1880-83); rector of Holwell Dorset (1883-90); and vicar of Sparsholt (1890-98); and rector of St. Dunstan-inEast, London, after 1898, also examining chaplain to the bishop of London after 1905. He was also public examiner at Oxford in 1893-94, 1898-99, and 1903, and Grinfeld lecturer on the Septuagint in the same university in 1901-05. He published Concordance to the Septuagint (in collaboration with E. Hatch; Oxford, 1896 eqq.) and Christ the Fulfilment of Prophecy (London, 1907).

REED, ANDREW: English philanthropist and Independent; b. at London Nov. 27, 1787; d. there Feb. 25, 1862. He entered Hackney College as a theological student in 1807; was ordained m 1811; was pastor of New Road Chapel, 1811-31, and of Wyclif Chapel, 1831-61. He founded the London Orphan Asylum (1813-15), the Infant Orphan Asylum (1827), Reedham, another orphan asylum (1844), as asylum for idiots (1847), and the Royal Hospital for Incurables (1855); thus .establishing philanthropies at an expense of $636,600. He published No Fiction (2 vols., London, 1819); Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches (2 vols., 1836); and Charges and Sermons (1861). In hymnology he issued A Supplement to Dr. Watts's Psalms and Hymns (1817), and The Hymn Book: Prepared from Dr. Watts's Psalms and Hymns (1842). The latter contained twenty-seven hymns by himself, one of which was "Holy Ghost! with light divine"; and nineteen by his wife, Elizabeth Holmes before her marriage, one of which was "Oh, do not let the word depart."

BIBLIOGRAPHY: A. and C. Reed. Memoirs of the Life and Philanthropic Labours of Andrew Reed, with Selections from his Journals, 3d ed., London, 1887 (by his sons); S. W. Duffield, English Hymns, p. 218, New York, 1888; Julian, Hymnology, pp. 954; DNB, alvii. 388-389.

REED, RICHARD CLARK: Southern Presbyterian; b. at Harrison, Tenn., Jan. 24, 1851. He


was graduated at King College, Bristol, Tenn. (A.B., 1873), and at Union Theological Seminary, Hampden-Sidney, Va. (1876); became pastor at Charlotte Court House, Va., 1877; Franklin, Tenn., 1885; of the Second Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, N. C., in 1889; and of Woodland Street Church, Nashville, Tenn., in 1892. Since 1898 he has been professor of church history in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Columbia, S. C. In theology he is a conservative, "loyal to the Calvinistic system as contained in the Westminster Standards." He has written The Gospel as Taught by Calvin (Richmond, Va., 1896); History of the Presbyterian Churches of the World (Philadelphia, 1905); John Knox, his Field and his Work (Richmond, 1905); and Presbyterian Doctrines (1906).


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