a Scottish minister, professor of rhetoric and belles lettres, literary critic, reviewer, and author whose career ended in scandal, resulting in him being excommunicated from the Church of Scotland, having his university degrees withdrawn, and his family assuming his wife's patronymic Rutherford. Greenfield contributed at least one review to the Quarterly Review under the name of Richardson. It disapprove morally of the novel Amélie Mansfield by Mme Cottin. He also assumed the name of Rutherfurd, which may explain, or on the other hand be a result of, Walter Scott's interest.
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