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GREEN, William Henry, clergyman, born in Groveville, Burlington County, New Jersey, 27 January 1825. He was graduated at Lafayette in 1840, studied theology at Princeton, where he became a teacher in 1846, and was ordained in 1848. He became pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia in 1849, and since 1851 has been professor of Hebrew and Old Testament literature in Princeton theological seminary. He was chairman of the Old Testament company of the American committee for the revision of the Bible. In 1868 he declined the presidency of Princeton. He has published " Hebrew Grammar" (New York, 1861)" "Hebrew Chrestomathy" (1863); "The Pentateuch Vindicated from the Aspersions of Colenso" (1863)-"The Argument of the Book of Job Unfolded" (1874)" " Moses and the Prophets" (1883)" and " The Hebrew Feasts" (1885).
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