Moses Stuart, an American author, born at Wilton. Conn., March 26, 1780, died in Ando-ver, Mass., Jan. 4, 1852. He graduated at Yale college in 1799, was admitted to the bar in 1802, and for the two succeeding years was a tutor in Yale college. He afterward studied theology, and was ordained pastor of the first Congregational church of New Haven, March 5, 1806. From 1809 to 1848 he was professor of sacred literature in the theological seminary at Andover. He published a " Grammar of the Hebrew Language without Points" (Andover, 1813); "Letters to the Rev. William E. Channing, containing Remarks on his Sermon recently preached and published in Baltimore" (1819); a " Grammar of the Hebrew Language with Points" (1821); "Letters to Dr. Miller on the Eternal Generation of the Son of God'.' (1822); " Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews" (2 vols. 8vo, 1827-'8); "Hebrew Chrestomathy" (2 vols., 1829-'30); "Exegeti-cal Essays upon Several Words relating to Future Punishment " (1830); " Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans" (1832); "Is the Mode of Christian Baptism prescribed in the Kew Testament?" (1833); "A Grammar of the New Testament Dialect" (1834); "Philological View of Modern Doctrines of Geology" (1836); "Hints on the Prophecies" (2d ed., 1842); " Commentary on the Apocalypse " (2 vols., 1845); "Critical History and Defence of the Old Testament Canon" (1845); "Commentary on Daniel" (1850); " Conscience and the Constitution" (1851); "Commentary on Ecclesiastes " (New York, 1851); and "Commentary on Proverbs" (1852). He also published several translations, including " Elements of Interpretation," from the Latin of Ernesti (Andover, 1822); " Hebrew Grammar," from the German of Gesenius (1825); with Edward Robinson, " Greek Grammar of the New Testament," from the German of Winer (1825); and "Discrepancies between the Sabellian and Athanasian Methods of Representing the Doctrine of the Trinity," from the German of Schleiermacher (1835).