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Tait Archibald

Tait, Archibald Campbell (1811-82). Archbishop of Canterbury, was born at Edinburg and studied at the universities of Glasgow and Oxford. He opposed the Oxford Movement, and was one of the "Four Tutors" who protested publicly against the construction put upon the articles in Tract XC. He was headmaster of Rugby 1842-49, Dean of Carlisle 1849-56, and Bishop of London from 1856 to 1868, when he was made Archbishop of Canterbury. Dr. Tait was a hard-working prelate, and he had a strong leaning to compromise.

“Are you dejected? here is comfort. Are you sinful? here is righteousness. Are you led away with present enjoyments? here you have honours, and pleasures, and all in Christ Jesus. You have a right to common pleasures that others have, and besides them you have interest in others that are everlasting, that shall never fail; so that there is nothing that is dejecting and abasing in man, but there is comfort for it in Christ Jesus.”
–Richard Sibbes, Description of Christ