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DAY, George Edward, author, born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 19 March 1815. He was graduated at Yale in 1833, and at Yale theological seminary in 1838, when he became assistant instructor there until 1840. From 1840 till 1851 he was settled as a pastor in Marlboro and Northampton, Massachusetts. He was professor of biblical literature in Lane theological seminary from 1851 till 1866, when he was appointed professor of the Hebrew language, literature, and biblical theology in the theological department of Yale. He edited the "Theological Eclectic" from 1863 till 1871, when it was united with the " Bibliotheca Sacra." He has translated Van Oostersee's "Titus," in Lange's "Commentary," and also Van Oostersee's "Biblical Theology of the New Testament." He was a contributor" to Smith's "Bible Dictionary," and has published articles in periodicals and "Reports on the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb" (1845 and 1861).
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