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MITCHELL, Hinckley Gilbert, clergyman, born in Lee, New York, 22 February. 1846. He was graduated at Wesleyan in 1873 and at the school of theology of Boston university in 1876, and afterward studied Old Testament exegesis in the University of Leipsic, where in 1870 he received the degree of Ph. D. On his return he entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church, and in 1879-'80 was stationed in Fayette, New York In 1880 he returned to Wesleyan university as tutor in Latin and instructor in Hebrew, and in 1881 was called to be instructor in Hebrew and Old Testament exegesis in Boston university, where in 1884 he was made professor of these subjects. Dr. Mitchell is secretary of the Society of biblical literature and exegesis, whose "Journal" he publishes. He is the author of "Final Constructions of Biblical Hebrew" (Leipsic, 1879) ; "Hebrew Lessons" (Boston, 1884) ; and" Hebrew Introduction" (Andover, 1884).
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