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EDEN— EDHEM.

of Stuart Mill," a series of articles whicli had originally appeared in the Commonwealth. An enlarged edition has since been publishea in German by Eichhoff, Berlin, 1869. In July, 1867, he was elected General Secretajry of liie International Work- ing Men's Association.

EDEN, The Right Rev. Robbbt, D.D., Bishop of tiie iinited diocese of Moray, Boss, and Caithness, and Primus of the Episcopal Church of Scotland, was born in 1804, being third son of the late Sir Frederick Morton Eden, Bart. From West- minster school he proceeded to Christ Church, Oxford. He held the rec- tory of Leigh, Essex, from 1837 to 1853; was consecrated Bishop of Moray, Boss, and Caithness in 1851 ; and was elected Primus of the Epis- copal Church of Scotland in 1862. Bishop Eden married in 1827 Emma,

Joungest daughter of the late Sir ames Allan Park, Justice of the Common Pleas. (She died Nov. 24, 1880.)

EDEN, The Bet. Bobebt, M.A., son of the late Bev. Thomas Eden, bom at Whitehall, near Bristol, was educated at a private school near that city. Having first entered at St. John's College, Oxford, as Bible Clerk, he became Scholar, and after- wards Fellow of Corpus Christi Col- lege, where he graduated B.A. in 1825, and M. A. in 1827. He was ap pointed an Examiner at Oxford m 1828-9, was successively Head Mas- ter of Hackney and Camberwell Collegiate Schools between 1829 and 1838 ; and held the post of Examiner for the East India Civil Service from 1839 to 1856; was Chaplain to the Bishop of Norwich in 1849 ; Vicar of North Walsham in 1851 ; Honor- ary Canon of Norwich in 1852 ; and Vicar of Wymondham in 1854. Canon Eden is the author of the " Churchman's Theological Diction- ary ; " " The Examination and Writ- ings of Archdeacon Philpot, with Biography," for the Parker Society, and ** Some Thoughts on the Inspi- ration of the Holy Scriptures," 186 1.

He edited, in 1842, for the Clarendon Press, Bishop Bilson's "Perpetual Government of Christ's Church, with Life of the Author;" The Modera- tion of the Church of England," by Timothy Puller, D.D., with Intro- ductory Essay; "Faithfulness to its Scriptural Principles the Saf egpiard of our Church," 1870; and in 1848, Dean Stanley's "Faith and Practice of a Church of England Man." He wrote in the Christian Observer for some years; and has published " Sermons preached before the Uni- versity of Oxford, and on other pub- lic occasions."

EDHEM PASHA, a Turkish statesman, born in 1823. He studied in Paris, where for three years he attended the lectures in the School of Mines. On returning to Turkey he was attached to the staff of the army with the rank of captain^ rapidly attained to that of colonel, and was appointed a member of the Council of Mines at the time of its formation. Having been ap- pointed aide-de-camp to the Sultan in 1849, he soon was placed at the head of His Majesty's household troops. Meanwlule he had been promoted General of Brigade, and then General of Division. In 1854 he was charged, in the capacity of Government Commissioner, to con- vey to the Prince Alexander Eara- georgovitz of Servia, the hatti- sheriff confirming the immunities accorded to that country. In 1856 he resigned the functions which he had fuelled at the palace, and was appointed a member of the council of the Tanzimat, and afterwards Minister of Foreign Affairs, with the rank of Muchir. He only held that post for one year. Subse- quently he played an important part in the affairs of his country, where he was nominated President of the Council of State. He was also for some time ambassador at Berlin. At the Conference of Con- stantinople (1876-77) he acted as the second Turkish plenipotentiary, and he was appointed to succeed