REID, HENRY MARTYN BECKWITH: Scotch Presbyterian; b. at Glasgow Mar. 22, 1856. He was educated at the high school in Dundee and at St. Andrew's University, graduating with honors (M.A., 1877; B.D., 1879); was assistant to the professor of humanity in St. Andrew's, 1878-79; was licensed to preach, 1879, and served as assistant in Anderston Parish, Glasgow, and in Glasgow cathedral, 1881; was ordained minister of Balmaghie, Kirkcudbrightshire, 1882, whence he removed in 1903 to become professor of divinity in the University of Glasgow. Works of his which have interest for theology are: Lost Habits of the Religious Life (Edinburgh, 1896); A Cameronian Apostle. Being some Account of John Macmillan of Balmaghie (Paisley, 1896); Books that Help the Religious Life (Edinburgh, 1897); Historic Significance of Episcopacy in Scotland (1899); and A Country Parish. The Parish as it might be (1899); A Scottish School of Theology (1904); and Movements of Theological Thought (1908). He also edited W. Maxwell's One of King William's Men (1898) and issued The Layman's Book (1900 sqq.).