The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Tawney, Charles Henry

Tawney, Charles Henry, M.A., C.I.E. (1888); b. 1837; s. of Rev. Richard Tawney, Vicar of Willoughby; educ: Rugby and Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A., (first class classics), 1860; M.A., 1863; Bell University Scholar, 1857; Davies University Scholar, 1857; Scholar of Trinity, 1858; appointed Assistant Professor, Presidency College, Calcutta, 1863; Professor and Principal of that College, till 1892; Registrar, Calcutta University, 1877-82; Officiated thrice as Director of Public Instruction, Bengal; Librarian, India Office, 1893; retired, 1903; m. 1867; Constance Catharine, d. of Charles Fox, M.D. Publications: translation of the Sanskrit Kathasarit Sagara; the Katha Kosa and the Malavikagnimitra; the Uttara Rama Charita; the Prabandha Chinthamani, and two centuries of Bhartrihari; has edited Shakespeare’s Richard III. Address: Chartley, Camberley, Surrey.