xt7qjq0stw34_5028 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qjq0stw34/data/mets.xml https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qjq0stw34/data/1997ms474.dao.xml unknown archival material 1997ms474 English University of Kentucky The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.  Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. W. Hugh Peal manuscript collection Thomas Dale letter to S. Dyer Knott, with clippings text 43.94 Cubic Feet 86 boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 22 items Poor-Good Peal accession no. 11453. Thomas Dale letter to S. Dyer Knott, with clippings 2017 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qjq0stw34/data/1997ms474/Box_58/Folder_61/Multipage27027.pdf 1840 February 24, undated 1840 1840 February 24, undated section false xt7qjq0stw34_5028 xt7qjq0stw34 DALE, Rev. Thomas, 31.18., (fir/'1', canoii of
t. Paul's, London, was educated at Christ’s
Hospital and Corpus Christi College, Cam-

bridge, and was ordained in 1822. He kept a
school for some time at Greenwichy and also at
Beckenham, Kent ; and had for his first curacy
St. Michael's. Cornliill. He subsequently held
some other Church preferments ; from 182}
1830, was professor of English language and
literature at the London University ; and from
K London. Sir Robert Peel, in 1333,
appointed Mr. Dale rector ofSt. Bride’s, Fleet
Street; and in I846 promoted him to a canonry
In St. Paul's and the rectorship ofSt. Pancr' 5.
He resigned the latter post after an incumbency
offiiurteen years,and \\’:1$.'1Dp0illLCLl to the living
of'l‘herlieltl, Herts. \Vhile at Cambridge, Mr.
ale published his “ \Vidmv of Nain,” " The
Outlaw ofTaurus,” and “ Irad and Adah : z
fule of the Flood.” Between 1819 and 1822 ll
nblished three successive volumes of poen 5
which, having passed through several edition
separately. were in 1336 collected into a single
volume. He also gave to the world a trans t
tiou oi" Sophocles, “ The Sabbath Companion,”
“The Good Shepherd ; a Commentary on the
Twenty-third Psalm,” “The Domestic Chap—
lain and Family Liturgy,” besides several vol-
umes of sermons preached at St. Bride’s, before
the unive ‘sity of Cambridge, and on other
occasions; and an edition of Cowper, with
notes, critical and biographical. B. at Penton-
ville, Aurrnst 22, I (

, \_|Al'l' ’lfnm dean of Rochester.
divine and po “.1: horn in London in
1797. He was educated at (."nr'
'l-Iosnil‘nl :tn-l erirus‘ Gin ' (o‘nllmre,
Janihridgo, which he entt d in 1817.
After lztliin’: his degree of 11A” he “'11:;
ordninr-‘l priest in 1823. and had suce
siveiy various appointments as curate ‘dll-l
lecturer. In 1323 he was called to,
(,‘hziir oi" 'linjxliidi Turn wage and .Lriterz:
ture at the newly founded University ()1
lmndnn, which he li' lvl only two. yi-u
in ii ”i he wns prrsvntod to the \"ieru'uge
('1' Six Bride's, li‘lveb t h; \i'dnfllllDUllll/Cil
l’rol't-s~'ur oi" the ' l
Literature .2 l1 . 1
18‘") a )():i v; in i it: rv . ,
ht'aciiine it canon or St Paul's in 1813; and
' rear}: later was presented to the

of Si, Tuner-41s, which he res1gned

Three months liefore his death
he was promoted to the dennery of
'lt’it-husror. Lln his college days, Mr Dale
puirlished sti-vtrrnl volumes of vet 0t
which a ('nlleeted edition :uxpmn
18:311. llis other works are-7 it trill ‘
ol‘ Sophocles, sei'v volume" ’
luirilypreaelied ld‘fOl‘Uflll-ll: 11in s y,
(:Jznnhridge, and an edition or Lou'pers
works. Died at Rochester, llth May