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SATTERLEE. Henry Yates, clergyman, born in New York city, 11 January, 1843. He was graduated at Columbia in 1863, and at the General theological seminary, New York city, in 1866, was ordained deacon the same year in the Protestant El)iscopal church, and priest in 1867. He was assistant rector of the church at Wappinger's Falls, Dutchess County, New York, in 1865-'75, became its rector at the latter date, and since 1882 has had charge of Calvary church, New York city. Union college gave him the degree of D.D. in 1882. In 1888 he declined the assistant bishopric of Ohio. Dr. Sat-terlee has been actively interested in the Episcopal church congress, the parochial missions and temperance movements, and in the home and foreign missionary work of the Protestant Episcopal church. He has published serial articles in the magazines, and several sermons, and manuals of religious instruction.--His cousin, Walter, artist, born in Brooklvn. New York. 18 January, 1844, was a pupil of the Nationai academy, and has studied also under Edwin White and Leon BonnSt. He was elected an associate of the academy in 1879, and is also a member of the Water-color society and the New York etching" club. In 1886 he gained the Clarke prize at the academy. Among his works are the oil-paintings, " Contemplation." in Smith college. Northampton, Massachusetts (1878)" "Extremes Meet" and " The Convent Composer" (1881)" '" Autumn," "Good-bye. Summer. .... The Cronies." and "Fortune by Tea-Leaves" (1886)" and the water-colors "Solitaire" and "Old Ballads" (1878)" " Two Sides of a Convent-Wall" (1884)" and "The Fortune-Teller." "The Net-Mender, and "The Lightened Load (1887). His pencil has been frequently employed in t)ook-illustration, and he is well known as a teacher.
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