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SWETE, swet, Henry Barclay, English theologian: b. Bristol, 14 March 1835; d. May 1917. He was educated at King's College, Lon don, and Gonville and Caius College, Cam bridge, where he gained several prizes, and was graduated in 1858. He was professor of pastoral theology in King's College, London, from 1882 till 1890, and examining chaplain to the bishop of Saint Albans from 1881 till 1890; and after 1890 was Regius professor of divinity at Cambridge. He was made honorary chap lain to the king in 1911. His published works include (1893) ; (The Apostles' Creed in Relation to Primitive Christianity' (1899) ; (Faith in Rela tion to Creed, Thought and Life' (1895) ; (Church Services and Service-books before the Reformation' (1896) ; (The Gospel According to Saint Mark, and the Greek Text, with Intro duction, Notes and Indices) (1898) ; (An In, troduction to the Old Testament in Greek' (1900) (Patriotic Study> (1902), and in the Teaching of Our Lord' (1903) ; of the Ascended Christ) (1911) ;

He also contributed articles to Smith and Wace's of Christian Biography,' (Vols. III and IV, 1882-87), and to Hasting's (Dictionary of the Bible' (Vols. II and III, 1899-1900).