1806, Jan 311883, Nov 25
an English clergyman and divine. In 1834 he was ordained, and two years later became curate of Chelmsford; from 1838 to 1862 he was vicar of Romford, Essex, and from 1862 to 1877 vicar of Aylesford, Kent. In 1843 he was Bampton lecturer at Oxford University, and delivered a course entitled The Past and Prospective Extension of the Gospel by Missions to the Heathen, London, 1844. These lectures created a powerful impression, and their publication marks an epoch in the history of mission work. Besides his Bampton lectures and a few separate sermons, Grant published several books on diverse subjects.
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