ainger, alfred

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ainger, alfred - Ainger, alfred (1837-1904)
ainger, alfred - British divine and man of letters. Born in London, April 9, 1837, he was educated at King's College, London, and Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Ordained in 1860, in 1865 he became reader at the Temple Church, and in 1887 canon of Bristol. In 1894 he was chosen master of the Temple. He is chiefly known as the biographer and editor of Charles Lamb, and his friends included Charles Dickens, Leslie Stephen, and Tennyson. He died Feb. 8, 1904, at Darley Abbey, near Derby.

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