FULTON, JOHN: Protestant Episcopalian; b. in Glasgow, Scotland, Apr. 2, 1834; d. in Philadelphia Apr. 24, 1907. He studied in Aberdeen, and at the age of sixteen left Scotland for the United States. In 1857 he was ordained priest in New Orleans and after serving as rector and journalist was appointed in 1892 professor of canon law in the Divinity School of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. He wrote Letters on Christian Unity (New York, 1868); Index Canonum (1872); Laws of Marriage (1883); The Beautiful Land: Palestine, Historical, Geographical, and Pictorial (1891); The Chalcedonian Decree: or, Historical Christianity Misrepresented by Modern Theology, Confirmed by Modern Science, and Untouched by Modern Criticism (Slocum lectures; 1892); and Memoirs of Frederic A. P. Barnard (1896). He also edited Ten Epochs of Church History (New York, 1897-99).