a headmaster of Eton College. He obtained eventually the head-mastership of Tonbridge School, Kent, and published for the use of his scholars Parabolæ Evangelicæ Latino redditæ carmine paraphrastico varii generis, 8vo, London, no date. On the return of Charles II he was restored to his rectory and fellowship (12 July 1660), but died very poor, and was buried in the chapel at Eton on 5 Oct. 1660. Grey wrote some additions to John Rider's Dictionary, and added testimonies from scripture to Hugo Grotius' Baptizatorum Puerorum Institutio, 8vo, London, 1655; earlier editions had appeared in 1647 and 1650.
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