ERRETT, ISAAC: Disciple of Christ; b. in New York City Jan. 2 1820; d. at Cincinnati, O., Dec. 19, 1888. He was self-educated from his tenth year, and after laboring as a farmer, miller, lumberman, bookseller, printer, school-teacher, pastor, preacher, and editor, became one of the leading men of his denomination. He was associate editor of The Millennial Harbinger with Alexander Campbell, and from 1866 until his death was editor-in-chief of the denominatonal organ, The Christian Standard, published in Cincinnati. His writings include First Principles; or, The Elements of the Gospel (Cincinnati, 1867); Walks about Jerusalem: A Search after the Landmarks of Primitive Christianity (1872); Talks to Bereans (1875); Letters to a Young Christian (1881); Evenings with the Bible (3 vols., 1885-88); Life and Writings of George Edward Flower (1885); and Our Position: A Brief Statement of the Plea urged by the People known as Disciples of Christ (1885).