FREMANTLE,WILLIAM HENRY: Dean of Ripon; b. at Swanbourne (17 m. n.e. of Oxford), Buckinghamshire, Dec. 12, 1831. He studied at Balliol College, Oxford (B.A., 1853), and was ordered deacon in 1855 and ordained priest in 1856. He was fellow of All Souls, Oxford, 1854-63 and fellow of Balliol and tutor 1883-94. He was curate of Middle Claydon, 1855-57, vicar of Lewknor, Oxfordshire, 1857-65, rector of St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 1865-83, and canon of Canterbury 1882-95. Since 1895 he has been dean of Ripon. He was chaplain to Bishop and Archbishop Tait 1861-82, select preacher to the University of Oxford in 1879-80, Bampton Lecturer in 1883. and William Belden Noble Lecturer at Harvard University in 1900. He has written The Influence of Commerce on Christianity (London, 1854); Lay Power in Parishes (1869); The Ecclesiastical Judgments of the Privy Council (in collaboration with G. C. Brodrick; 1865); Reconciliation to God through Jesus Christ (1870); The Gospel of the Secular Life (university sermons; 1882); The World as the Subject of Redemption (Bampton Lectures; 1885); Eighty-Eights: Sermons on Armada and Revolution (1888); The Present Work of the Anglican Communion (1888); and Christian Ordinances and Social Progress (Noble lectures for 1900; Boston, 1901). He also translated the works of St. Jerome and Rufinus in the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers (in collaboration with G. Lewis and W. G. Martley; Edinburgh, 1893), and edited Church Reform (London, 1888) and the Sermons of B. Jowett (3 vols., 1895-1901).