Henry Caswall, an English clergyman and author, born at Yateley, Hampshire, in 1810, died in January, 1871. He was the son of a clergyman, received his early education in England, and subsequently went to the United States. He received the degree of B. A. at Ken-yon college, Ohio, in 1830, and that of M. A. in 1834, and was ordained in 1837 by the bishop of Indiana. He was engaged as minister and professor of theology in the United States and Canada till 1842, when he returned to England. The disabilities of his American ordination were removed by a private act of parliament, and in 1848 he became vicar of Fighel-dean, Wiltshire, and subsequently proctor in convocation for the diocese of Sarum, and prebendary of Salisbury cathedral. In 1854 ho received the degree of M. A. from the university of Oxford, and on revisiting the United States in the same year that of D. D. from Trinity college, Hartford. He published "America and the American Church" (1839), "City of the Mormons" (1842-'3), "Scotland and the Scottish Church" (1853), "The Western World Revisited" (1854), and other works.