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MEAD, Charles Marsh, clergyman, born in Cornwall, Vermont, 28 January, 1836. He was graduated at Middlebury, Vermont, in 1856, and at Andover theological seminary in 1862. From 1863 till 1866 he studied in Berlin and Halle. and from 1866 till 1882 he was professor of Hebrew at Andover. Since 1882 he has resided in Germany. Dr. Mead was a member of the Old Testament revision company, and received the degree of Ph.D. from Tubingen in 1866, and that of D. D. from Middlebury in 1881. His publications include a translation of "Exodus" in the American Lange series (New York, 1876), and "The Soul Here and Hereafter, a Biblical Study" (Boston, 1879).
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