The New International Encyclopædia/Badham, Charles

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BADHAM, băd′am, Charles (1813-84). An English classical scholar, professor of classics and logic at the University of Sydney, New South Wales, from 1867 until his death. He was born at Glasgow, Scotland, and received his early education under Pestalozzi. He graduated at Oxford (1837). His chief publications are: Criticism Applied to Shakspere (1846), and annotated editions of the Greek classics, including the Iphigenia and Helena of Euripides (1851); and the Philebus, Euthydemus, and Laches of Plato. In his criticisms he followed the methods of Porson.